Joseph Lubin heads Down Under for Sibos appearance

“We believe that decentralised architectures – based on blockchain technology – produce better systems, and we are creating an ecosystem of enterprise-grade solutions for the financial services industry on the Ethereum platform,” he says

Joseph Lubin, Co-founder of Ethereum and CEO of ConsenSys, will close the four-day Innotribe programme at this year’s Sibos in Sydney, Australia.

Lubin, who will be taking part in a conversation with SWIFT’s Chief Information Officer, Craig Young, says: “The 2018 Innotribe programme touches on aspects around decentralisation, trust, and tokenisation, ideas that are integral to our core mission at ConsenSys.”

“We believe that decentralised architectures – based on blockchain technology – produce better systems, and we are creating an ecosystem of enterprise-grade solutions for the financial services industry on the Ethereum platform. We’re looking forward to sharing how we help our partners build, test, and deploy public and private blockchains, and reflecting on the multiple use-cases we see with the Innotribe audience in Sydney.”

Kevin Johnson, Head of SWIFT’s Innotribe, comments: “SWIFT Innotribe at Sibos has been the place to be for FinTechs and financial services companies, to meet, collaborate and discuss exciting new ventures for ten years now, and we’re delighted to see so many of them joining us in Sydney. We are delighted that Joseph will be part of this year’s Innotribe programme, sharing his unique perspective on the future of the industry with the Sibos delegates joining us in Sydney.”

Sibos 2018

Sibos 2018 will take place at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney between 22nd and 25th October.

It’s the third time that Sibos, which turns 40 this year, will have been hosted in the city, following events in 1997 and 2006.

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