Blockchain for Financial Markets: Infrastructure for Digital Assets
Conference on digital assets and crypto currencies hosted by Disrupt Network
Deloitte is participating as a speaker at the Disrupt Network blockchain conference on the 11th of November in Frankfurt am Main. The heads of Germany’s Deloitte Blockchain Institute Dr. Dirk Siegel and Jens Paulsen provide insights on the changing regulatory landscape in the adoption of blockchain.
Monday, November 11, 2019 | Frankfurt am Main
Which infrastructure is needed for digital assets and crypto currencies in order to drive the future of finance?
Most traditional banks and leading financial institutions have investigated blockchain technology and are currently making progress in tokenizing conventional financial asset classes. But highly secure technology and sophisticated processes will be needed to secure keys and automate both the handling of digital assets as well as audit and other governance processes. So it is undoubtedly right to say that regulatory compliant crypto custody and trading solutions, as well as the regulatory classification of tokens, are the missing pieces of the puzzle to kick-start this upcoming paradigm shift towards the token economy. Moreover, financial institutions now have to act and institutionalize crypto assets.
The blockchain conference hosted by Disrupt Network aims to broaden the discussion around digital assets, crypto assets and regulation around those and accelerate the adoption of digital assets by institutional clients. The event highlights how leading projects and institutions are using or plan to use blockchain infrastructure to bring about structural changes within the financial ecosystem. And – most importantly – how upcoming regulation is making it clear what the next how steps will look. Discussions like these could lead to a truly open global financial system as envisioned by blockchain and lead to greater innovation, and efficiency within the global financial system.
Deloitte is supporting the event, and will be represented on the day by Dr. Dirk Siegel and Jens Paulsen, the heads of the Deloitte Blockchain Institute in Germany. In their presentation, they will give insights on the changing regulatory landscape and how the financial industry in German-speaking countries is adopting blockchain.
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Blockchain technology: The emergence of future capital markets?
Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
Digital asset custody: from storage to transaction monitoring
Dr. Matthias Hirtschulz, d-fine
How Riddle&Code brings trust to the token economy: building custodial wallets and digital asset management solutions for Swiss banks, German car manufacturers and European utility companies
Alexander Koppel, Riddle&Code
Setting the scene – the changing regulatory landscape and how the financial industry in the German-speaking countries is adopting blockchain
Dr. Dirk Siegel & Jens Hermann Paulsen, Deloitte Germany
How to drive innovation in Europe: Blockchain, A.I., Quantum Computing, Data Centers and the Cloud: Leveraging the future building blocks of the financial system.
Dominik Friedel, NTT
Pitches of best-in-class blockchain startups
Benjamin Horvath, Blockrocket
Asset Tokenization - building a digital marketplace for real estate investments
Ekaterina Bozoukova, RTX21
Panel discussion "Future infrastructure for exchange, trading and custody of digital assets"
Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Head of the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
Simon Seiter, Head of Digital Assets, Deutsche Börse Group
Dirk Sturz, CEO, Börse Stuttgart Digital Exchange
Felix Holtermann, Handelsblatt
Networking and drinks
Monday, November 11, 2019,
1.00 pm – 8.00 pm with networking and drinks
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
60322 Frankfurt am Main
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