Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Switzerland
The event is dedicated to blockchain and cryptocurrencies uniting blockchain project developers, investors, analysts, financiers, specialists in marketing and legal support of business. The first Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Switzerland was held in February and gathered more than 300 participants.
Who will speak at the conference?
Among the participating speakers there will be Jörn Erbguth – DLT and data protection advisor. The expert will analyse how DLT and GDPR can work together. He will discuss the difficulties of GDPR compliance and existing approaches to new regulations.
Challenges posed by regulations will also be discussed by the welcomed speaker at Blockchain & Bitcoin Conferences Arnab Naskar. CEO at SICOS S.a.r.l. and the qualified expert in legal sphere will give an insight into the retail investments platforms and explain how they meet regulations.
Dr. Quy Vo-Reinhard, who was one of the HIT Foundation establishers and is currently the company’s CDO, will analyse how to tokenize health data. DLT and big data specialist will highlight the positive sides of DLT implementation in the healthcare industry and will elaborate on the sphere’s potential future.
The event will also be joined by Blockchain & Bitcoin Conferences’ frequent speaker Aleks Bozhinov. The specialist is the Co-founder & CMO at Crowdholding and a trusted ICO advisor. In his presentation, he will focus on how businesses can improve their work introducing DApps. The expert will pay a special attention at DLT advantages and will define the way of developing and integrating DApps for traditional firms.
Michael Guzik, Principal and Lead ICO at Blockchain Valley Ventures and Lykke, will become a speaker as well and will take part in 2 panel discussions. As Switzerland is known for its innovative blockchain applications in many sectors, Zug’s leading specialist in the DLT will focus on its impact on the world’s biggest industries and will also share knowledge about current guidelines and regulations for ICO.