Of course, nobody can attend them all, so we’ve profiled five crypto and blockchain conferences that you should keep on your radar. Pick your favorite, and consider making an appearance at your favorite event.
2019 has been a big year for cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. The prices of digital assets have improved considerably, and blockchain platforms are further down the road to broad adoption at the enterprise level.
Consequently, the crypto and blockchain conference circuit has a renewed urgency that matches its ever-present enthusiasm. Bringing together compelling startups, enterprise leaders, global regulators, and a cadre of enthusiasts, these conferences set the tone for the crypto and blockchain movement.
The Digital Asset Compliance and Market Integrity (DACOM) Summit is a one-day event in New York City that brings together crypto 20 speakers and more than 200 crypto compliance professionals who provide professional development for crypto compliance personnel.
In today’s shifting regulatory landscape, these discussions are both instructional and critical for companies and crypto projects looking to capitalize on or develop alongside digital assets.
The conference features a keynote presentation from Hester M. Pierce, commissioner for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition, prominent members of the crypto community are scheduled to present, including Jeff Horowitz – chief compliance officer for Coinbase, Amy Davine Kim – chief policy officer for the Chamber of Commerce, and Yusuf Hassain – head of risk for Gemini Trust Company, LLC.