Bitcoin and blockchain will be present at the Colombia 4.0 event

Between December 1st and 3rd, Colombia 4.0 will take place, a virtual event that will include animation, advertising, entrepreneurship, music, finance and new technologies, among other things. Blockchain and Bitcoin will also be present in this context. This was reported from the official website of the event.

For those interested in new technologies like artificial intelligence, Dr. Andrew NG (USA), CEO and founder of Landing AI, a company that aims to empower companies to advance this technology, will be present.

In Industrias 4.0 you can hear the experiences of Kanneth Pugh, Senator in Chile, and Aya Miyaguchi (USA), Director of the Ethereum Foundation.

Bitcoin and blockchain will be present at the Colombia 4.0 event
Bitcoin and blockchain will be present at the Colombia 4.0 event

It should be noted that on Fintech, some of the guests include: Nidya Remolina (Colombia), Associate Professor of Financial Regulation at Singapore Management University; Sergio Gómez Charry, customer partner at Facebook Colombia, and Mariano Biocca, general coordinator of the Argentine Fintech Chamber.

Vanessa Grellet, Managing Director of Consensys, will present the panel “Introduction of Blockchain on a Global Level”. Aya Miyaguchi, director of the Ethereum Foundation; Sheilla Warren, Director of Data Policy, Blockchain and Digital at the World Economic Forum; and Mauricio Tovar, founder and CEO of TRU.

Furthermore, Diego Gutiérrez, Co-Founder of IOV Labs, will host a conference entitled “Bitcoin and Blockchain Laying the Groundwork for Open Finance”.

“In the government of President Iván Duque, we are working on strengthening the digital creative industries as a motor for growth and development in the country. Events such as Colombia 4.0 help strengthen this industry, which is becoming increasingly important for economic reactivation. We are opening a” Windows “to the world’s best in the creative industries and the ICT sector for all interested parties without leaving their homes and for free,” said ICT Minister Karen Abudinen.

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