In the myriad of blockchain and crypto events it’s hard to pick those with real value. For the first time in New York ‘Wall Street and the Internet of Money’ brings together finance executives and founders of crypto companies to debate, educate, evaluate the current market environment, and share ideas for the future.
More than 600 attendees will meet on March 22nd 2018 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Times Square to discuss important subjects such as regulation, capital raising and valuation.
Those involved in finance will learn from experienced crypto investors how to evaluate crypto companies, which tokens have the best current value as well as what kind of risks the market is facing today. Authors of a recent book “The Truth Machine: The Blockchain and the Future of everything” and Wall Street Journal writers Michael Casey and Paul Vigna will be leading the discussion. Among other speakers are practitioners, such as Alex Mashinsky, founder of the Celsius Foundation and previously founder of two of New York City’s top 10 venture-backed exits since 2000; Michael Terpin, CEO of Transform roup who has advised more than 50 ICOs; Andrew Keys, Co-founder at Consensys Capital; and academics such as Cristina Dolan from the Digital Currency Initiative at the MIT Media Lab and President of the American Institute for Economic Research, Edward Stringham.
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