On 9/10 March 2020, the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center, together with financial.com, is organizing the Crypto Asset Conference (www.crypto-assets-conference.de) on the campus of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management for the third time. Blockchain technology was born through the invention of Bitcoin and has since then created hundreds of digital assets and spurred the development of business models building on decentralized networks. The conference covers both the public blockchain (crypto assets) and the enterprise blockchain domain (DLT). CAC20 makes the audience familiar with the current trends in DLT, blockchain and crypto assets:
- Custody of digital assets, Bitcoin and other crypto assets, token protocols, decentralized finance (DeFi)
- Blueprint DLT-based capital market, tokenized securities, securitized tokens (ETFs)
- Digital euro, tokenizations of cash flows, machine-2-machine payment processes
- Investors’/VCs preferences, security tokens
- Regulatory developments in Germany (new crypto law, blockchain strategy) and the Liechtenstein Blockchain Act.
Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Head of the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center describes the aim of the event:
“As in the previous years, our conference in March 2020 aims to bring together leading experts, thought leaders, founders and decision makers to jointly shape the future of Blockchain, Crypto Assets, and DLT. In addition to the European Central Bank, the European Commission and BaFin, the most important protagonists from corporations and start-ups that Germany has to offer will be guests at the conference.”
Participants will get firsthand insights on the latest market developments, trends & research results, completed with valuable discussions and a networking platform that brings together established & new market participants in a professional context.
In 2020, the hot topics of the blockchain world will again be discussed and debated by renowned speakers, including:
- Dirk Bullmann, European Central Bank (ECB)
- Joachim Schwerin, European Commission
- Lukas Repa, European Commission
- Hagen-Thomas Weiss, BaFin (German FMA)
- Jacek Czarnecki, Maker DAO
- Günther Dobrauz, PwC
- Michael Spitz, Commerzbank
- Thomas Dünser, Regierung Liechtenstein (Government Liechtenstein)
- Alexander Höptner, Börse Stuttgart
- Ulli Spankowski, BISON
- Mauro Casellini, Bitcoin Suisse
- Simon Seiter, Deutsche Boerse
- Stephen Stonberg, Bittrex
- Mike Ward, R3
- Felix Holtermann, Handelsblatt
- Harry Behrens, Daimler
- Martin Diehl, Deutsche Bundesbank (German Federal Reserve)
- Rudolf Siebel, BVI (German Fund Association)
And 40 further speakers
Topics of the conference
The following issues are on the agenda this year:
Crypto assets: How important will digital assets be in the future and how will digital property rights influence mass adaptation?
Investment: Should investment funds consider digital assets in their investment strategy? In what form should this be done?
Securitization: How is securitization via block chain or distributed ledger technologies (DLT) carried out? What is the status quo in the financial market – primary vs. secondary market?
Cash-on-ledger: Digital Euro (CBDC) vs. Libra vs. digital Yuan – opportunities, risks, and challenges.
Token issuance and regulation: How should different types of tokens be regulated & which strategy should a jurisdiction choose to position themself as a winner, especially with regard to the innovative “Liechtenstein Blockchain Act”?
Asset management: How do traditional financial institutions view the advance of crypto-custody regulations and what new business models are available for asset managers and brokers?
Venture capital: Will STOs and tokens redefine traditional venture capital?
Start-ups: Which block-chain start-ups should you keep an eye on?
We expect 300+ participants on this outstanding event.
Tickets can be purchased via this link.