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Disrupt Meetup | Digital Finance Frankfurt

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Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

Adickesallee 32-34

60322 Frankfurt

Germany

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Beschreibung

An article in Forbes suggested that blockchain has grown in the past few years and approximately $2.1 billion dollars are forecast to be invested in this technology. However the scope of this technology is applicable not only to the financial industry (such as crypto-arbitrage) but it also extends to the advertising space. The questions one can ask is - are there any blockchain based proof-of-concepts that will enhance crypto-trading for inexperienced users and how will it democratize arbitrage trading thereby allowing them to compete against day traders?

Join our Disrupt Meetup of the Digital Finance Frankfurt community in Frankfurt. This blockchain meetup discusses the application of blockchain technology in the financial sector. Our meetups aim at bringing blockchain enthusiastic enterprises that want to get to know the technology, understand how it can be used and applied in their processes and those that already invest in it together.


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SPEAKERS
Here is the current line-up of the upcoming speakers (will be updated over time):

(1) Clemens Marckhoff, CEO and Managing Founder, First Coin GmbH

Clemens is the founder and managing director of First Coin GmbH. First Coin was founded in 2014 to conduct proprietary trading in crypto markets. Until today we have been developing a highly automated trading software which has generated around 90 mln euro in revenue (and around 180 mln euro in overall trading volume) in 2018 alone. Before founding First Coin, he worked for Dresdner Bank / Commerzbank and Valovis Bank in different business lines. He studied Finance at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management (Degree: Master of Finance (M.Sc.)).

(2) Andreas Schemm, CEO, VREO


AGENDA
19:00h - 19:30h: Entrance
19:30h - 20:10h: Introduction
20:10h - 20:25h: Real Life Experiences with Crypto Arbitrage Trading
20:25h - 20:35h: Discussion and Q&A
20:35h - 21:00h: Break to Network
21:00h - 21:15h: Addressing Trust and Transparency Issues in Digital Advertising
21:15h - 21:25h: Discussion and Q&A
21:25h - 22:00h: Get together and Networking


DATE AND VENUE

Date: Wednesday, March 20 2019, 19:00h - 22:00h

Venue:

Room - S1.03 (48P)

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

Adickesallee 32-34, 60322 Frankfurt am Main


LANGUAGE
This meetup will be held in English.

WANT TO BECOME A SPEAKER?
Do you want to be a speaker or recommend somebody? Please make your proposal here (https://goo.gl/forms/cCenjo1Xo6JUdg9x1) and we will get back to you.

CONTACT
Disrupt Meetup | Digital Finance Frankfurt
Email: team@disrupt-network.io

ABOUT US

Disrupt Meetup | Digital Finance Frankfurt
This community brings together blockchain enthusiastic enterprises that want to get to know the technology, understand how it can be used and applied in their processes and those that already invest in it. The Disrupt Network organizes regularly meetups and invites exciting speakers to Frankfurt. It does not matter if you are a startup or represent a large corporation, just join the community and let your network grow with us.

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