Money 20/20 Europe 2016 is just around the corner, set to bring the world’s largest financial technology conference to European professionals and enthusiasts. On April 4-7, over 3,000 people will gather at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark to listen to industry leaders speak on the future of finance.
Money 20/20 Europe
The 3,000 attendees includes over 1,000 CEOs from 1,000 companies in 75 different countries. Some of the companies attending the Money 20/20 Europe event include Intel, ING Group, Deutsche Bank, Kaspersky Lab and Samsung. Representatives from mobile companies, financial services, analysis and investment services, startups, and established large and medium companies will gather to make business connections, source ideas and increase their visibility.
Money 20/20 Europe has an agenda with 17 themes that will be covered at the event, with the goal of achieving 3 things:
- Identifying and resolving the current industry and debates
- Exploring the current opportunities and challenges
- Promote collaboration across the Payments, Financial Services and Retail Industry
Some of the agenda themes that are of particular interest to the crypto crowd include:
- Cryptocurrencies and Ledgers
- Commerce Disruption
- Bank (R)evolution
- Mobile Payments and Wallets
- Disruptive Financial Inclusion
Money 20/20 Europe advertises over 400 speakers slated to present during the 3-day conference. The event’s roster of featured speaker features big names in the FinTech industry from high-profile companies in the financial services industry. This list includes:
- Blythe Masters, CEO of Digital Assets Holdings
- Hikmet Ersek, CEO of Western Union
- Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING Group
- W. Alexander Holmes, CEO of MoneyGram International
Recognizable names from the Bitcoin industry are scheduled to speak at the event as well. David Bailey of BTC Media, Tony Gallippi of BitPay, Flavien Charlon of Coinprism and Nicolas Cary of Blockchain.info are among the list of speakers representing the Bitcoin ecosystem.
The event has a long list of media partners providing coverage of the Money 20/20 Conference. Among these media partners are Bitcoinist, CNBC and Business Insider.
Registration for the conference is currently open. The current price for registration is €2,595, or $2,895.11 USD. This price is set to increase one more time before the start of the event in early April. If you are planning on attending Money 20/20 Europe and would like to save €600 on your registration fee, you can find the Bitcoinist discount code here.
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