Cracking the Crypto Code: How to Manage Crypto Assets?
Cracking the Crypto Code How to Manage Crypto Assets

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With global digital payment volumes predicted to increase by an average of 10.9% to 2020, regulators have issued a range of responses to the crypto-asset craze. How can regulators work with businesses and consumers to support burgeoning crypto markets while safeguarding the financial order? Dimensions to be addressed: - Access to capital via blockchain-enabled initial coin offerings (ICOs) - Digital storage and protection of intellectual property via smart contracts - Overlapping financial ecosystems with fiat digital currencies Speakers: - Jeremy Allaire, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Circle Internet Financial, USA. - Meltem Demirors, Chief Strategy Officer; Managing Director, USA, CoinShares UK, Canada. - Mike Kayamori, Chief Executive Officer, QUOINE, Japan. - Virginijus Sinkevičius, Minister of Economy of Lithuania. Moderated by: - Yang Yanqing, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Yicai Media Group, People's Republic of China. http://www.weforum.org/

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Manuela Alboreto : and first DIGITAL LANGUGE = Terinolgy for all same ! (>) waooooooooo

Manuela Alboreto : yes: digital must be first in sicurity ~ thanks

Manuela Alboreto : 23th Sept 2018 from Italy ~ night

Manuela Alboreto : Digital ECONOMY ~ thanks for this definition~ I am very simple person and not university's study , BUT I think : 1) it is important to start to speak in a simple way in every languages about DIGITAL ECONOMY (like for children)~ and have some teacher (Tutor) can reply to simple and stupid questions 2) try by questionaier to know what WE KNOW about digital economy = all we need simple information 3) thanks to persons like all you spend time to make clear all this ~ Thanks

Aziza El Kadiri : 😶🤐

Zachary Barnett : The confused moderator strikes again. Interrupting so much. After watching her performance at Davos , I hoped the WEF would never invite her to moderate again, yet here she is again-- BAD!