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Take part in BlockShow, part of the FinTech festival sponsored by the Monetary Authority of Singapore

BlockShow has introduced the speakers for the upcoming cryptocurrency-related event that will be held in Singapore in December. As previously announced, the Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF 2020) is being organized in partnership with the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the country’s main financial regulator, and the de facto central bank. The hybrid online and face-to-face event will take place from December 7th to 11th, 2020.

The next conference will broadcast panel discussions on two channels, the so-called “Green Shoots” and the “Global Channel”.

As part of the Global Channel, the SFF 2020 speakers will discuss a variety of topics related to the future of money. The channel will feature the “Digital Money 2030” panel as well as a discussion on central bank digital currencies. The panel is moderated by the professional services company Accenture and consists of Chris Giancarlo, former chairman of the US Commodities Futures Trading Commission, Chad Cascarillas, and CEO and co-founder of the payment services company Paxos.

Take part in BlockShow, part of the FinTech festival sponsored by the Monetary Authority of Singapore
Take part in BlockShow, part of the FinTech festival sponsored by the Monetary Authority of Singapore

More discussions on the Global Channel will cover various topics related to blockchain finance and technology, and address issues related to decentralized finance, enterprise blockchain and mainstream adoption. The channel will include a conversation with Akon about Akon City 2023.

The second channel or the so-called “Green Shoots” will deal with in-depth discussions and deep technical dives. Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum, will be a keynote speaker who will initiate the discussion on “Blockchain for Good” and tie in with the introduction of Ethereum 2.0.

The channel will also focus on the role of digital currencies in payment systems, along with the Winklevoss brothers and the heads of the Libra Association, Coinbase and Circle. The Singaporean authorities will also discuss their blockchain payments project, Project Ubin. Other speakers at the station include executives from top companies in the industry such as FalconX, Pantera, BlockFi and Grayscale.

Register now for the Singapore FinTech Festival 2020 here to get the latest news and updates on speakers, discussion boards, networking opportunities and more.

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