As most people in the crypto-field know, the blockchain technology has been hitting the mainstream with promises of its advantageous applications within different industries. Since the blockchain became a staple amongst Bloomberg Magazine readers and investors, summits and conventions have been popping up all over the globe.
Momentum, the event management company whose “mission is to connect people through live experiences and foster the development of meaningful relationships for professional, political or social purposes” has announced the Blockchain Opportunity Summit in New York City.
On December 6th, 2016, in the heart of the financial district of New York, people will come together to understand how the blockchain is able to change their businesses. With engaging discussions directed by the leaders in the industry, attendees will gain unparalleled insight from those on the forefront of innovation as they uncover the many applications of the blockchain. They will also discover transformative possibilities the blockchain offers financial services, security, regulatory compliance, fraud protection, global trade, supply chain management, and more.
With exclusive user stories and interactive discussions, those who attend will discover and learn about:
- Connecting the Links: A Blockchain Primer
- Market Update: Exploring the Current State of Blockchain and Business
- Leading by Example: How the Financial Industry is Unlocking the Blockchain
- Smart Contracts: The Next Big Thing in Business?
- Blockchain in Action
- Regulatory Enforcement: Assessing Current Regulatory Priorities and the Impact of Fintech Enforcement
“Blockchain technology will undoubtedly revolutionize the way people transact as we know it,” said Ben Greenzweig, Blockchain Opportunity Summit Founder and Co-Founder/Co-CEO of Momentum Event Group.
“Our mission is to bring together a diverse audience of those evaluating how this technology can impact their business and even address the more socially responsible promises of blockchain technology from human trafficking to helping the underbanked.”
To find out more, or to see if you’re qualified for complimentary registration, click here.