Crypto Investor day will be held on November 16, 2018, at the Fairmont San Francisco Hotel in San Francisco, CA. Advanced and experienced startups will get the opportunity to pitch their ideas to forward-thinking investors for more opportunities in the crypto & blockchain community. Blockchain and financial experts will host the event outlining the main tendencies and relevant issues concerning blockchain technology, cryptocurrency investments, and legal compliance. Don’t miss your chance to meet leading crypto-fund managers who will consider the best projects for investment.
Crypto Investor Day is where you’ll meet with leading crypto-fund managers, investors, allocators, and others who can help you grow. The event will be held on November 16, 2018 at the Fairmont San Francisco in San Francisco, CA. It will start at 8.00 a.m., and will feature sessions with crypto specialists. The event will conclude at 5 p.m.
Who Are the Speakers?
Mark Stoner, global alliance development director at Applicature, will introduce the goals of the event and outline the major topics to cover.
First, Matt Leidlein, Sue Xu, Jason Page, James Alexander, and Kate Mitselmakher will explain the basics of making money in the crypto world.
Further, Michael Wu, Clarissa Horowitz, and Samuel Seaman will outline the main principles of legal compliance and tax issues within crypto funding.
Ihor Pidruchny, Andrew Zubko, Chris McCann, and Neeraj Sabharwal will present the latest security technologies protecting investments in distributed-ledger technology (DLT).
In addition, a case study on how market tokenization can fund breakthrough discoveries in healthcare will be presented by:
Which Topics Will Be Covered?
Crypto Investor Day will cover the following topics:
Making Money in Crypto
Find out everything you need to know before investing in cryptocurrencies:
- What are security tokens, and why are they game-changers?
- Required knowledge about token economics, exchanges, market cycles, native coins vs. Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.
Setting Up a Crypto Fund: Legal & Tax Issues
Understand the latest trends in fund formation, and get the latest on current and potential regulatory matters and concerns:
- What is the current legal and regulatory framework in the U.S.?
- Which international hubs do our panelists prefer?
- Which issues and opportunities are under current regulation and expected regulation?
- What are the necessary metrics for starting and running a fund?
- What is the difference between a security token and a utility token?
- How do you move money globally?
- Tax, compliance, and custody issues
Blockchain Technologies You Should Care About
Find out about the latest security technologies to protect your investments, and learn about use cases in distributed ledger technology (DLT) and cryptocurrency tendencies from our expert panel.
Meet the Participating Projects
iAM’s unified platform solves healthcare’s biggest issues, including insurance fraud, medication adherence, prescription abuse, and the problem of medical data portability. With iAM, users can share their records (secured by blockchain) and pay for services with iAM tokens. The healthcare economy is governed by smart contracts. Patients, doctors, insurers, researchers, public health agencies, and big pharma often have different goals. iAM reconciles conflicting objectives and delivers win-win outcomes for all participants.
Fluence is a friendly API for new and existing technologies to seamlessly deploy, integrate, and manage blockchains and smart contracts. Fluence provides developers, entrepreneurs, and businesses with ready solutions for easy integration of technology into their business flow. With Fluence, you can configure blockchain infrastructure and deploy the right smart contracts for your needs with a few clicks of the mouse. Token-economics transparency is another feature to benefit from, as Fluence provides a code-driven system of pegging tokens with the business mechanics of tokenized systems.
LindaX is a new token development platform. It was created with the intention of facilitating vetted enterprises, partnerships, LLCs, and corporations to engage and participate as active contributors in a more cost-effective network. Fundamentally, LindaX is a fork of the go and cpp Ethereum client. This means LindaX functions much like its predecessor, Ethereum, while adopting a variant of protocols. By following consortium models, LindaX outlines specifics on chain ethics and behavior.
CannCoin has introduced its CannCo network as a blockchain and tokenized asset-powered ecosystem to support the growing legal cannabis industry. By leveraging blockchain technology and tokenized crypto assets, CannCoin aims to provide a class of infrastructure software & digital and financial products previously unavailable to the industry. CannCoin will unify the entire supply chain in a series of interconnected platform software products designed to optimize each stakeholder’s experience. Moreover, all will be tied to a central hybrid of consortium and public blockchain.
GexPay is a next-generation platform for smart payments with cryptocurrencies or fiat, carried out with a mobile device. It makes mobile payments seamless and fast. The project has been in development for well over two years, and has managed to provide users with a one-of-a-kind mobile payment system. GexPay enables users to pay for services and products without having to use cash or cards. Further, they can do so easily, using nothing but their smartphones or PC.
Put simply, GexPay offers an alternative mobile payment solution which is far more efficient and effective than in-person, card, or cash payments. In addition, it brings comprehensive and cost-efficient options for both banks and merchants, disregarding data connection on the payer side.
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