The second Crypto Economy Forum brought together speakers and experts from Spain and Latam

Last November the 2nd edition of the Crypto Economy Forum took place, which this year took place 100% online. This was reported by Crypto Plaza in Spain through their website.

As mentioned earlier, these were two 10-hour sessions in which the audience had the opportunity to hear presentations from relevant crypto companies at home and abroad. It was a 20 minute presentation plus 10 minute questions. This enabled interaction between speakers and listeners.

Various speakers and experts from Spain and Latin America took part in the forum. Here are some expressions and statements to consider that were said at the event.

The second Crypto Economy Forum brought together speakers and experts from Spain and Latam
The second Crypto Economy Forum brought together speakers and experts from Spain and Latam

For example, Francesco Renzi, CEO and co-founder of Superfluid, referred to employment issues, saying, “If you work a full month and your company pays at the end of the month, you’re funding it. It doesn’t seem very fair.”

On the other hand, Jon Arregui, General Manager of Coinpods, spoke on energy issues: “Bitcoin is basically powered by renewable energies.”

Alejandro de la Torre, Vice President of Poolin, spoke about mining: “Mining has grown significantly outside of China this year, which makes it possible to reduce that dependency.”

Jesús Pérez, CEO and Founder of Crypto Plaza and Digital Assets Institute, stated, “The capital efficiency of the crypto economy will be an important competitive advantage for companies and investors.”

Julien Bouteloup, CEO of Stake Capital, commented, “Voting rights are really important. That way society can control everything. Politics don’t control the country. People think the government controls the country, but they don’t control it.” It’s true. The country is controlled by lobbies, a group far more powerful than money. “

Miguel Caballero, CEO of Tutellus, spoke about tokens: “The tokenization of captables already enables companies and their shareholders to enter liquidity.

Nicolás Barilari, co-founder of CriptoKuantica, said: “With the trend of tokens towards commercialization, the main difference will be in the generation of boutique tokens.”

Daniel Hernández, co-founder of eSignus, focused on fraud issues: “As practices change within the ecosystem, the fraud varies. But it always leads to the same thing, the keeping of keys, i.e. crypto. Crypto-fraud isn’t just a reputation problem, but also a technology adoption problem. “

Some details about the forum

The 2nd edition of the Crypto Economy Forum took place on November 25th and 26th. This initiative took place in the Crypto Plaza (Madrid, Spain) last year, but this year it was done 100% online given the situation of the pandemic.

The event was held in Spanish, but the presentations were simultaneously translated into English in Spanish and vice versa. Decentralized cryptocurrencies, bitcoin, banking, superfluid, yield farming, mining, STO and DeFi protocols (AAVE, Uniswap, Balancer, MakerDAO) were some of the many topics that were put on the agenda.

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