25.05.2018- Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Helsinki (Finland, Helsinki)

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Venue Scandic Park Helsinki Mannerheimintie 46, 00260, Helsinki, Finland

Working hours of the Conference:

10 AM – 6 PM  25.05.2018b

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About the conference

On May 25, 2018, Helsinki (Finland) will host Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference.

The first conference in Finland that is a part of the international series Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference. The organizer is Smile-Expo, a company that has carried out 25 successful blockchain events in Europe and the CIS.

The event is dedicated to the cryptocurrency trading and investments, the introduction of distributed ledger technology in business, the development of blockchain-based solutions, as well as to the global issues of the technology influence over the society.

One of the key topics to be discussed is the legislative regulation of blockchain and cryptocurrency in Finland, Europe and around the world.

Participants: entrepreneurs, developers, founders of startups, investors,
lawyers, financial experts, traders, marketers, representatives of specialized media.

Speakers: world-renowned experts on financial technologies, investment, legal issues; founders of successful blockchain companies.

Don’t miss the conference about technologies that will change the future!

Official language of the event is English.

 

Program

Fintech & Regulation

Registration

REGISTRATION

25 May 09:00

Visitors registration

Registration

Morning Coffee Break

Marco Torregrossa

MARCO TORREGROSSA

Strategic Workforce Advisor, European Forum of Independent Professionals

25 May 10:00

Opening the Conference

Moderator’s welcome speech

 

Walter Strametz

WALTER STRAMETZ

Chair of IBREA (International Blockchain Real Estate Association)

25 May 10:05

Using the technology of cryptocurrencies in real world applications

  • Meaning of ERC20 Ethereum token;
  • Operational concept of ERC20 and reasons for its popularity;
  • Application of smart contracts within the RegTech/Fiat token ecosystem;
  • Example of ERC20 Ethereum-based tokens. Their key features.
Stefano Virgilli

STEFANO VIRGILLI

CEO at VOX.sg

25 May 10:30

Welcome to the marvellous world of ICO-llywood

  • ICO token sales is not always directly related to marketing efforts
  • Pre-sales stage still holds largest weight on final outcome
  • ICO is a product, hence sales strategy crucial
  • Marketing is a broad term that not necessarily satisfy sales target
  • Advisory board is comparable to Actors in a movie
  • Pre-sale investors are comparable to movie Producers
  • White papers are comparable to movie Scripts
Valentin Savchenko

VALENTIN SAVCHENKO

CMO at WinWin Solutions

25 May 11:00

How to market your ICO when the main traffic sources are dead ?

  • – Why paid ads with facebook, google, twitter are dead for ICO marketing ?
  • – What to do when most of the mainstream channels are blocked ?
  • – What is the secret sauce to successful marketing of your ICO ?
  • – Where to get the targeted crypto-traffic that actually buys?
  • – Biggest ico marketing failures
Gabriel Dusil

GABRIEL DUSIL

Co-Founder & General Manager, Adel Ecosystem Ltd.

25 May 11:10

Will Pandemic Protocols Establish a Utopian Economy?

  • Authorities of the “real-world” and crypto sphere;
  • How crypto’s services should be managed;
  • View of Techno-Libertarians;
  • View of crypto-anarchists;
  • The creation of the Borderless Citizen;
  • Influence of innovation and cryptoversification evolution of the Virtual State on Borderless Citizen.
Christian Lassen

CHRISTIAN LASSEN

Head of IBM Blockchain, Nordic

25 May 11:40

Making Blockchain real for business

  • Blockchain – Key Benefits
  • Trade Finance           
  • Supply Chain
  • Payments and KYC use cases/references
  • What business results IBM has achieved with clients, using IBM Blockchain Technology.
Pitch session

PITCH SESSION

25 May 12:10

Pitch session

Pekka Kaipio

PEKKA KAIPIO

Solution Architect at OP Financial Group

25 May 12:25

Banking innovation with blockchain

  • How blockchain technologies enable industry transformation in financial services.
  • What kind of blockchain projects our banks is pushing for production.
Peter Gal

PETER GAL

Co-Founder at Bethereum

25 May 12:50

Bethereum – Blockchain-powered social betting

COFFE BREAK

COFFE BREAK

25 May 13:00

Coffe break and networking

Dinis Guarda

DINIS GUARDA

CEO and Founder lifesdna, ztudium Board advisors Glance Technologies Inc

25 May 14:00

Blockchain, AI and Crypto Economics – The Next Tsunami

  • Blockchain, AI, and cryptoeconomics evolution;
  • Challenges faced by crypto innovators;
  • How Blockchain and AI will follow the way of previously dismissed inventions adopted now;
  • Blockchain and AI future.
Gavin Smith

GAVIN SMITH

Blockchain Entrepreneur First Global Credit

25 May 14:30

The Collective – A new investment paradigm for the Blockchain era

Guenther Dobrauz-Saldapenna

GUENTHER DOBRAUZ-SALDAPENNA

Partner & Leader PwC Legal Switzerland

25 May 15:00

The Dynamics of Innovation and Regulation

  • What will be the dominant design for success in the blockchain. –
  • Сrypto race and how to do a successful ICO
Nikolai Søndergaard

NIKOLAI SØNDERGAARD

Chairman at Nordic Blockchain Association

25 May 15:30

The potentials of the Blockchain technology (supply chain, economy, various)

Coffee Break

COFFEE BREAK

25 May 15:55

Evening networking

Anu Honkalinna

ANU HONKALINNA

Legal Director Nordics at AXA, Partners & Board Member at Fintech Finland association

25 May, 16:20

Sampo Hyvärinen

SAMPO HYVÄRINEN

COO at Prasos Ltd

25 May, 16:20

Hannes Helenius

HANNES HELENIUS

Chairman of the Board at FA Solutions

25 May, 16:20

Travis Black

TRAVIS BLACK

Blue Whale Foundation

25 May, 16:20

Zachary Reece

ZACHARY REECE

Managing Partner at BlockTrade Investments

25 May, 16:20

Panel discussion: Legal and Regulatory Challenges in Blockchain and its effect on Economy

1. What is the role of cryptocurrencies in wealth management and its future?

2. What are the main challenges for blockchain to become more popular among the players of the financial industry?

3. How much can regulation limit the industry or the companies working in the industry?

4. Will regulation ever be efficient when it comes to crypto?

5. Identification of cryptocurrency: a new asset class, a new type of forex, or just a short-term hype?

6. Key barriers to the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies.

7. Security of existing cryptocurrency exchanges.

8. Banks in Finland are blocking cryptocurrency related transactions. What does it mean?

9. The main drivers to foster healthy growth of the cryptocurrency ecosystem.

Networking time

NETWORKING TIME

25 May 17:15

Moderator`s closing remarks and summary of Conference

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