Andorra, landlocked microstate in Southwestern Europe, located in the eastern Pyrenees Mountains and bordered by Spain and France, will be hosting ‘Digital Currency Summit’, a debate forum which objectives are to understand what digital currency means and its implications for banks, governments and investors, on September 17-19, 2014.
The organizers of the summit say that they will attract bankers, lawyers and politicians from all around the world to debate about the digital currency and its scope. The panelists will explain Cryptocurrencies from the ground for those who don’t have fair idea. There is no requirement of previous experience to attend the conference.
Suitable for CEOs, tax regulators, business leaders, etc., this summit will last for three days and provide excellent overview how the protocol works and how it affects to modern economy. A lot of focus of the summit will be on regulation, financial strategy and investment opportunities in Bitcoin economy.
Venue of Digital Currency Summit
The conference will be held at Centre de Congressos d’Andorra which is located in the very heart of the city in an unsurpassable location. Spread in over 4,200 m2 area, the venue includes an auditorium, five function rooms, a meeting hall and a catering kitchen. Privileged parking service for clients will be made available by the organizers.
Who Should Attend?
The summit is an ideal occasion for CEOs, Financial Directors, Innovation Advisors, IT leaders, Regulators, Tax regulators, Lawyers, Economic and Financial thought leaders, Investors, Business Angels, Venture Capital, Accelerators and Incubators, etc. as they can learn a lot of fresh ideas about the digital currency.
Jan Kees de Jager who was minister of Finance of Netherlands from 2010 to 2012 is going to share his views at the summit. He will be talking on the topic: Global impact of cryptocurrencies which is going to be of great interest, particularly when it will be coming directly from someone who has been in government.
Another speaker is David Andolfatto who will be representing Federal Reserve Bank. He will be putting his views on digital currencies: Threat or Opportunity. Coming from someone who is PhD in economics from the University of Western Ontario, the views from him will add new perspective.
On Thursday 18th, Sept. 2014 there will also be a workshop on Developing with the Blockchain by Alberto Gómez Toribio. Parties interested to attend the conference may buy tickets here.
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