How regulatory frameworks can support responsible innovation while managing risks is a topic of discussion at an upcoming virtual conference on cryptocurrency, blockchain and bitcoin topics led by Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.
Registration is now open for the no-cost April 20th Shred the System event. https://summits.harrisburgu.edu/cryptocurrency-conference/
Two panels will address the topics of Cryptocurrency: Innovation, Opportunities and Risks, and Smart Contracts in the Digital Age
Panelists and moderators for the April 20th session include Fred Brandon, CEO & Founder, Brand New Technologies; Jon Ungerland, CIO Information & Innovation, DaLand LLC; Will Coleman, Company Director of Technology Services, Cohen & Company; Christopher Mitchell, Founder and Investment Advisor, Keala Advisors; Andre De Castro, CEO and Founder at Blockchain of Things; Farooq Anjum, Associate Professor, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology; Nicholas Frett, Chief Technology Officer, Tellor; Frank Borger Gilligan, Securities, Corporate, and M&A Attorney, Dickinson Wright PLLC;
Sign up today for the no-cost event at https://summits.harrisburgu.edu/cryptocurrency-conference/ and learn from the brightest minds and biggest innovators in their fields as they convene online in April, and May to explore business strategies, the future of finance, investment strategies, gaming, entrepreneurship, cyber threats, and other hot topics – all from a blockchain/crypto-centric perspective, during this two-track, virtual conference.
Sponsors of the event include Blockchain Association, Blockchain Coalition, and Diamante Blockchain.
For information on becoming a speaker, submitting panel ideas, or sponsorship, please email Connect@HarrisburgU.edu
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