Wednesday, 24 July 2019 (Singapore): Home to the third-largest ICO market, Singapore has become one of the most forward-thinking crypto development zones in Asia. In line with the pillars of Singapore’s ‘Smart Nation’ initiative that represents a large-scale effort by the Singapore government, World Blockchain Summit is taking place on 25 July 2019 at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
To drive in more investments into Singapore’s crypto and blockchain sectors, the thirteenth edition of the World Blockchain Summit global series aims to bring in 100+ curated Investors and 300+ pre-qualified CXOs from enterprises and government authorities, international blockchain experts, including the Godfather of VOIP, Alex Mashinsky; Antony Lewis, Director of Digital Assets, R3 Singapore and Nathan Kaiser, Chairperson, Cardano Foundation, Switzerland; among other top speakers. Powered by eBank Technology and supported by the Singapore Fintech Association (SFA), the Token Economy Association (TEA) and Access (Association of Cryptocurrency Enterprises and Startups, Singapore) the conference is designed to address major areas of discussion such as The ‘Legal and Regulatory landscape’ in Asia and what to expect for 2019 and 2020.
When asked about the upcoming conference, Nathan Kaiser, Chairperson of Cardano Foundation said, “Cardano has its roots in Asia and as the only blockchain using a scientific philosophy, it is paramount to discuss scalability, interoperability and adoption with leading regional players and establish mutually beneficial relationships through gatherings such as the World Blockchain Summit in Singapore.” (Read full interview)
As one of the most attractive destinations for fundraising, Singapore’s second edition of the Startup Grand Slam Pitch Competition will provide a platform for 20+ startups from around the world that are either preparing to launch their business (including ICOs), or the established ones who are planning expansion.
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