Our DC Forecasts crypto news site is proud to announce a new media partnership on one of the most popular upcoming events in London, the Finance Magnates London Summit which will take place during 13th and 14th November 2018 at Old Billingsgate, London.
Described as ‘The Home of the FX Industry,” this even gives every attendee a chance to see the latest news, moves, strategies and predictions in the crypto world, as well as gain the best insights from trading Bitcoin, alongside with expert speakers and sponsors such as eToro, DX and others.
At the same time, the London Summit is the only industry with awards given by peers. During the event, attendees will judge the best performing firms in terms of liquidity, trading platforms and more.
In other words, you will be able to explore the various categories, network with experts and stay abreast with the latest trends in crypto. You will learn about the impact of different regulations across 20 sessions and three content streams – and get actionable insight into the topics that will shape 2019.
This summit will bring together over 70 industry leaders and special professionals, some of which include the co-Head of FXLM and Commodities Derivatives at BNP Paribas, the co-founder of Axiom Global, the CEO of Coinbase UK, the CEO of Solid FX and many others.
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“This whole blockchain deal has the potential it does only because it is applicable across national borders and income groups. The permutations and possibilities are staggeringly great,” he said. “We could ruin it all by negative identity politics and economic and social policy. You think about that.”Clinton also advised that this technology should not be rushed because quick moves and solutions could bring to larger social and economic inequalities between people. If benefits get materialized by a high extent, we should all be very careful about it, he advised. Also, he suggested that people that are just starting in the crypto space should avoid planning to make easy and quick money with this technology. The former president concluded his presentation by saying:
“You don’t want consumer fraud, you don’t want to finance criminal enterprises, and you certainly don’t want to make it easier to pull off severe attacks by terrorists,” he continued. “That’s the challenge of each new technology.”
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