WE WILL BE BACK IN 2020
The Blockchain Finance Forum 2019 was a comprehensive one day conference focusing on the potential of blockchain in the banking & finance sector.
It took place for the first time on October 22nd in Vienna and gather over 200 attendees and 20 international speakers. Keynotes and panel discussions from leading industry experts gave a direct insight into the latest trends and developments.
BFF addresses all stakeholders in the financial industry ranging from banks, investment funds, and insurance companies to innovative FinTechs and Blockchain start-ups.
With recent news from AT&T, JPMorgan and Facebook one can say that Blockchain has finally arrived in the corporate world.
Especially in the financial sector with its large amounts of data, numerous intermediaries and services, which have to be secured and verified, there are many possible applications for Blockchain.
The spectrum ranges from the ability to significantly reduce network and transaction costs to the ability to substantially reduce risks. Beyond that, it allows you to store, hedge, borrow, lend, transfer, collateralize, insure and much more.
Blockchain based financial services are superior to their centralized counterparts because they are permissionless, censorship resistant, trustless, transparent and programmable.
Numerous banks, central banks and regulators as well as start-ups from the financial technology sector (FinTechs) are already preparing to secure competitive advantages at an early stage. Are you ready?
Keynotes and panel discussions from leading industry experts will give you a direct insight into the latest trends and developments.
BFF is the all-in-one update on blockchain & finance that you do not want to miss.
Limited to only 300 guests BFF will be an exclusive B2B event aimed at decision-makers in the financial industry.
It addresses all stakeholders ranging from banks, investment funds, and insurance companies to innovative FinTechs and Blockchain start-ups.
The right conference can be a game-changer for your business.
Stop treating your networking experience like a business card collection contest. Use BFF to create useful and valuable connections for your professional career. Quality always exceeds quantity.