Digital Assets Week: Politicians, executives and investors debate crypto

Posted: 14 November 2022 10:47 am
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Digital Assets Week will take place on 15 and 16 November and bring together key figures from finance, politics, asset management and digital asset service providers.

At the 2 day in-person event, attendees will network and hear from key figures across the digital asset industry.

A likely hot topic is the recent collapse of the crypto exchange FTX into administration.

Speakers will range from political and association figures to senior executives responsible for digital assets – such as crypto and NFTs – from financial institutions.

Andrew Griffith, economic secretary to the Treasury, Lord Chris Holmes, a member of a Lords select committee on technology, and Lawrence Wintermeyer, chair of GBBC Digital Finance, will discuss government initiatives relating to cryptocurrencies.

Financial institutions like JP Morgan, HSBC, Bank of America and Standard Chartered Bank will also be represented alongside asset managers such as abrdn and Blackrock.

Service providers and ecosystem players will also attend, including Graham Roadford, CEO of Archax, and Richard Evens, managing director of CEX.IO.

Institutional investors can attend the event for free, while tech solution providers are required to purchase a ticket from the DA Week website.

Finder is a media partner in the event, and you can get 25% off the ticket price by using the discount code FINDER25.

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