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Crypto Assets Conference 2020 (CAC20)

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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Adickesallee 32-34

60322 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

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Blockchain technology was born through the invention of Bitcoin and has since then created hundreds of digital assets and spurred the development of business models building on decentralized networks. The conference covers both the public blockchain (crypto assets) and the enterprise blockchain domain (DLT). CAC20 makes the audience familiar with the current trends in DLT, blockchain and crypto assets:

  • Custody of digital assets, Bitcoin and other crypto assets, token protocols, decentralized finance (DeFi)
  • Blueprint DLT-based capital market, tokenized securities, securitized tokens (ETFs)
  • Digital euro, tokenizations of cash flows, machine-2-machine payment processes
  • Investors’/VCs preferences, security tokens
  • Regulatory developments in Germany (new crypto law, blockchain strategy) and the Liechtenstein Blockchain Act.


Speakers for example include

  • Dirk Bullmann, European Central Bank (ECB)
  • Dr. Joachim Schwerin, European Commission
  • Dr. Lukas Repa, European Commission
  • Hagen-Thomas Weiss, BaFin (German FMA)
  • Jacek Czarnecki, Maker Foundation
  • Dr. Günther Dobrauz-Saldapenna, PwC
  • Michael Spitz, Main Incubator / Commerzbank
  • Dr. Thomas Dünser, Regierung Liechtenstein (Government Liechtenstein)
  • Alexander Höptner, Börse Stuttgart
  • Dr. Ulli Spankowski, BISON, Börse Stuttgart
  • Mauro Casellini, Bitcoin Suisse
  • Simon Seiter, Deutsche Boerse
  • Stephen Stonberg, Bittrex
  • Mike Ward, R3
  • Felix Holtermann, Handelsblatt
  • Dr. Harry Behrens, Daimler
  • Dr. Martin Diehl, Deutsche Bundesbank (German Central Bank)
  • Rudolf Siebel, BVI (German Fund Association)
  • Andreas Krautscheid, Bundesverband deutscher Banken (BdB) (Association of German Banks)
  • Olaf Hannemann, CV VC
  • Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
  • Dr. Shermin Voshmgir, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
  • Prof. Dr. Isabell Welpe, Technische Universität München
  • Dr. Nina-Luisa Siedler, INATBA
  • Francisco Fernandez, Avaloq
  • Dr. Alex von Frankenberg, High-Tech Gründerfonds
  • Dr. Matthias Hirtschulz, d-fine
  • Daniel Resas, Schnittker Möllmann Partners
  • Dr. Thomas Schönfeld, PwC
  • Henrik Gebbing, Finoa
  • Stefan Schütze, Finlab
  • Max Lautenschläger, Iconic Funds
  • Christian Labetzsch, Blocksize Capital
  • Daniel Wingen, Value of Bitcoin Conference
  • Marc Friedrich, Bestseller Author
  • Manuela Sedvartaite, Santander
  • Ines Cieslok, StateStreet
  • Swen Werner, StateStreet
  • Johannes Jensen, eToro
  • Thomas Nägele, NÄGELE Attorneys
  • Serkan Katilmis, Cash-on-Ledger
  • Michael Duttlinger, CASHLINK
  • Klaus Himmer, CryptoTax
  • Laurenz Apiarius, Blockwall
  • Dr. Mervyn Maistry, Konfidio
  • Oliver Michel, Tokentus Investment
  • Sebastian Blum, Greenfield One
  • Florian Huber, Signature Ventures
  • Sebastian Markowsky, Blockchain Valley Ventures
  • Martin Kassing, Upvest
  • Rebecca Aspler, Unbound
  • Peter Hofmann, Custodigit
  • Alexis Hamel, Solaris Digital Assets
  • Jens Siebert, Kapilendo
  • Julian Leitloff, Fractal
  • Dr. Markus Kaulartz, CMS
  • Dr. Markus Benzing, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  • Alireza Siadat, thinkBLOCKtank
  • Alex Melikhov, Equilibrium
  • Martin Valenta, Micobo
  • Benjamin Schaub, Plutoneo
  • Benjamin Horvath, Blockrocket
  • Tony Oehm, AZHOS
  • Thomas Müller, evan.network
  • Nils Bundi, Atpar
  • Dr. Carsten Stöcker, Spherity
  • Constantin Ketz, International Token Standardization Association (ITSA)
  • Dr. Manfred Lochter, Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI) (Federal Office for Information Security)
  • Heinz-Günter Lux, Evonik
  • Joachim Erdle, LBBW
  • Marcel Milde, Siemens
  • Alexander Molé, Neufund
  • Paul Claudius, BlockState
  • Katharina Gehra, Immutable Insight
  • Peter Eulberg, Anyblock Analytics
  • Simon Peters, DECUS Network
  • Hansjörg Hettich, Multichain Asset Managers Association (MAMA)
  • Manuel Andersch, Bayern LB
  • Jörg Hermsdorf, Conserve
  • Philippe Meyer, Avaloq
  • Kay Meyer, European Media Finance
  • Maximilian Forster, Blockchain Bayern
  • Jonas Gross, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
  • Victor von Wachter, DeFi Research Fund
  • Sergej Stein, DLT Capital

The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center together with financial.com jointly organize the Crypto Assets Conference 2020 which will take place on the campus of the Frankfurt School on March 9 and 10, 2020.

The conference aims at bringing together experts from the newly emerging scene of crypto assets and experts from the traditional financial industry to discuss the following questions:

  • Digital euro and digital cash: Will Euro-on-blockchain disrupt financial business models? What role could digital identities in this context? How to view CBDC, Libra and China’s digital yuan?
  • Regulatory developments: What impact will have Germany’s new crypto law and its blockchain strategy? What can we learn now that the Liechtenstein Blockchain Act is in force?
  • Custody of digital assets: How do traditional financial institutions view the advance of crypto custody regulation and what does this mean for the adoption of crypto assets? Which crypto custody service providers do exist?
  • DLT: How could the blueprint for future capital markets look like? Which technological platform should we choose? Will DLT revolutionize Delivery-versus-Payment (DvP)? How important will programmable money be?
  • Bitcoin and other crypto assets: What can be expected from the 11-year old Bitcoin? Will Bitcoin ETFs channel investments into crypto assets? Will the Bitcoin predominance prevail?
  • Industrial solutions: Which industries are leading regarding machine-2-machine payments, supply chain finance or process automation? How can machines, sensors, cars and their cash flows be tokenized?
  • Decentralized finance (DeFi): What will be DeFi’s impact on traditional capital markets? Which protocols should be regarded? Do we witness the emergence of the future capital market? How can it be regulated?
  • Securitization: How can securities, equity, debt and other assets be tokenized? What is the status quo for the primary market and the secondary market?
  • Investors and venture capital (VC): Will STOs and tokens disrupt traditional venture capital? What are VCs’ preferences for 2020?
  • Asset management: Are digital assets “institutional ready”? Is Bitcoin an interesting investment target, or not? Which new business models exist for asset managers and brokers?
  • International perspective: What types of tokens exist and how should they be regulated? Will China, the USA or Europe be the “blockchain continent”?
  • Startups: Which blockchain startups should be watched?


Location and date

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Mon., March 9, 2020, 13:00 until Tue., March 10, 2020, 17:00
Language: German and English

Registration via Eventbrite required; Participants who might not want to pay via credit card on Eventbrite can contact us; this way we will provide an invoice which would then be paid e.g. via bank transfer.


Agenda

The agenda is work in progress. See here the current version of the agenda; it is still subject to changes. We will soon provide the final version.

More details: www.crypto-assets-conference.de


Who should participate?

This conference is ideal for the people who seek to understand crypto assets and are interested in talking to practitioners to be able to judge these new developments:

  • Investors in new technologies, venture capitalists, crypto investors
  • Startups and founders that are interested in understanding crypto assets
  • Financial organizations (banks, investment funds, asset management) in all industries
  • Employees in the area of business development and digitization in all industries
  • Lawyers, consultants, and analysts (with IT or business background)


Contact

  • Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
  • Email: team@fs-blockchain.de
  • Phone: +49 69 154 008-790
  • Internet: www.fs-blockchain.de


About the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center is a think tank and research center which investigates implications of the blockchain technology for companies and their business models. Besides the development of prototypes, it serves as a platform for managers, start-ups, technology and industry experts to share knowledge and best practices. The Blockchain Center also provides new research impulses and develops training for students and executives. It focuses on banking, mobility, “Industrie 4.0” and the energy sector.

Further information can be found on the Website, on Facebook, or via Twitter.


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