The President of the European Chamber of Digital Commerce, Ria Persad, spoke about the Future of Payments at the Blockchain Economic Forum during the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Blockchain Economic Forum gathers government officials, investors and entrepreneurs to discuss potential structural change in capital markets and payments systems, to get vitalizing ideas,
and explore partnership opportunities.
From Jan. 20-24, 2020, LATOKEN hosted the Blockchain Economic Forum (“BEF”) in Davos, Switzerland. During this eighth annual BEF event, two of the five forum days will be dedicated to panel discussions, with 40+ high-level speakers presenting, such as government officials, startup founders and fintech/capital markets executives.
Speakers participated in panel discussions covering the following topics: “Money 2025,” “The Venture Capital and Hedge Funds 2025,” “Security Token Offering Markets” and “Governance and Monetary policy for a Decentralized Financial System.”
Evening networking receptions took place on three of the forum days, with 20+ VC/crypto funds and family offices in attendance, such as Vontobel ($112B AUM), Blackford Capital ($12B), Advent Capital ($31B), Bamboo Capital Partners ($209M AUM), Da Vinci Capital ($400M), Softline Venture Partners ($300M), AmaZix Capital, etc. The sum of the total assets under management for the funds and institutional investors expected to attend exceeds $150 billion.
Vicente Fox (former president of Mexico), Rosen Plevneliev (former president of Bulgaria), Tim Draper, Nouriel Roubini (NYU professor), Joe Oliver (former Canadian minister of finance), Laura Tyson (former director of the U.S. President’s National Economic Council), Gary Gensler (CFTC chairman under President Obama) and many others have spoken previously at Blockchain Economic Forums.