Swiss Investors organise Crypto conference
Eight renowned Swiss investors hosted the first world conference on cryptocurrency and blockchain investments.
The three-day "Crypto Conference" has been taken place in January 2018 just before the World Economic Forum in St. Moritz - Switzerland. The leading figures in the Cryptocurrency investment sector have got included.
The eight-person investors and entrepreneur groups that are organising the world's first "Crypto Conference" is hoping to understand the blockchain and crypto-currencies better.
But the conference for the global investment community also has other priorities. It plans to showcase:
Nearly 250 selected investors have got invited to the Crypto Conference. It took place from 17th to 19th January 2018 at the Suvretta House in St. Moritz.
According to Tobias Reichmuth, CEO & Founder of SUSI Partners AG, PCA of Crypto Finance AG and co-founder of the Crypto Conference, blockchain and crypto-currencies are of great interest to investors.
He notes, however, that as with every new technology launch, media hype, traps, and high volatility will be expected. "We are seeing a huge knowledge and information-processing deficit on the part of investors, and we intend to remedy this situation," he says, explaining the purpose of the conference.
Although many conferences on new technologies are indeed organised around the world, no one has ever hosted a platform specialised in professional exchange at the level of crypto-finance.
The high level of enthusiasm already generated by the conference confirms that the organisers of the conference are indeed in tune with the times.
More than 20 renowned speakers and the main worldwide actors in the field of investment in cryptocurrencies are present at the event.
In addition to blockchain veteran Bobby Lee, who launched the first bitcoin exchange, Jon Matonis, Founding Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, also announced his arrival.
The founders of the most significant cryptocurrency funds, as well as successful investors in this field, will also speak on the subject.
Daniel Gutenberg, a member of the organising committee, who is very successful in this area, explains:
"The list of guests to the Crypto Conference exceeds our expectations. I have never heard of an event that brings so much knowledge to the world of cryptocurrencies and bitcoins. "
In addition to Tobias Reichmuth and Daniel Gutenberg, the Crypto Conference's organising committee also includes Eric Sarasin (former banker and active Private Equity Investor), Marc P. Bernegger (Web Entrepreneur and Fintech Investor), and Schoscho Rufener.
(founder of the most significant event agency in Switzerland), Pascal Forster (renowned staff advisor, entrepreneur, and investor), Sam Manz (founder of moneyland.ch and firegroup.com) and Andrea-Franco Stöhr (well-known lawyer of St. Moritz).
With the Crypto Valley, Switzerland plays a significant role in the world of the blockchain landscape. Organising the first Crypto Conference for investors in Switzerland is, therefore, a perfect choice.
St. Moritz creates the ideal atmosphere for this dynamic community. Switzerland continues to make headlines about the vital role mentioned by Marc P. Bernegger.
For example, the city of Zug means the first municipality in the world that offers all its inhabitants the possibility to appropriate a digital identity — allowing personal information to get stored thanks to blockchain technologies safely.
The Swiss private bank Falcon also writes the history of bitcoin services by offering crypto-currencies to its customers, and even a bitcoin machine, in the lobby of its Zurich headquarters.
The crypto conference brought together the best industry experts. Recognised specialists, crypto-market gurus, developers, entrepreneurs, payment system representatives, and lawyer.
All are sharing their views on the development of blockchain technologies around the world.
A topic such as Crypto-market analysis, business solutions for FinTech achievements, Blockchain and Bitcoin perspectives.
Also, advanced technologies and technical aspects of working with smart technologies, the latest regulatory changes, bitcoin extraction and exchange. All these topics and many more will be raised at the Blockchain & Crypto Conference in Geneva on October 9, 2018.
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