Digital Assets Week comes to London

Posted: 7 November 2022 6:28 pm
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Digital Assets Week will take place in London on 15 and 16 November 2022.

The event will focus on bringing traditional funding and listing players together with the new digital exchange and platform opportunities. Talks will explore both listed securities and private tokenisation of securities.

DA Week will highlight the institutional adoption of digital assets, covering the full ecosystem including exchanges, technology, crypto, DeFi and securities.

In partnership with Inveniam, the 2 day event will see a host of speakers from the world of asset management and Web3. The line-up includes Andrew Griffith, economic secretary to the Treasury, Mathew McDermott, global head of digital assets at Goldman Sachs, Catherine Zhou, head of ventures, innovation & partnerships at HSBC and Luc Falempin, CEO of Tokeny.

This year, DA Week is being held at 8 Northumberland Avenue. Institutional investors can attend 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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