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Saturday, 20 February 2021 15:47

BLOCKCHAIN & BITCOIN CONFERENCE MOSCOW IS BACK!

Event on the Prospects of Crypto Market and the Use of Blockchain in Business Will Take Place in April 2021.

Bitcoin rate is breaking records, the world community is actively discussing the development of tokenization, and the law on digital financial assets and digital currency came into force in Russia. Within the new conditions, crucial questions appear: how to gain income on the rising trend of electronic money and what is the future of the cryptocurrency market?

To discuss these and other topics, Smile-Expo will host the ninth Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Moscow 2021 on April 6! The event is dedicated to the prospects of making money on cryptocurrency and the specifics of regulating the circulation of digital assets.

Event will unite top-notch industry professionals: financial analysts, economists, lawyers, representatives of technological companies, developers of innovative platforms and others.

Event program

Events under Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference brand have been held in Moscow since 2014. During this time, they managed to gather thousands of guests. Traditionally, specialized events unite leading industry representatives. The ninth conference will delight visitors with an even richer program and the most useful theme-specific blocks.

Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Moscow 2021 features meaningful presentations from multidisciplinary experts, a demo zone with advanced products and services, panel discussion, speed dating and effective networking.

Speakers will focus on the main trends in the digital assets industry, legal aspects of regulation and promising ways to make money on the crypto market.

Topics that will be considered at the conference include:

- NFT as a new class of digital assets: Features of non-fungible tokens.

Mining possibilities: How to mine cryptocurrency and make a profit?

Cryptotrading as a way to make money: Specifics and efficient strategies.

Legislative regulation of cryptocurrencies: How the market will change in 2021.

Demo area will be arranged at the event, where niche companies will present their best solutions. Representatives of exhibitors will be happy to answer all questions from guests and discuss the benefits of possible cooperation.

Conference guests will have the opportunity to find investors or business partners, as well as exchange experience and knowledge. Join us!

Meet the first speakers of Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Moscow 2021

Leonid Bugaev is a business mentor, a specialist in the field of networking and online marketing. Vice President of Communications at Chatex. Provides personal and corporate consultations for Microsoft, Toyota, Gazprom Neft, Beeline, MTS, MegaLabs, etc. Author of books and Mobility for business method.

The speaker will cover the topic How decentralized systems are created. The rise of Web 3.0.

Daria Barkova is the co-founder and Head of HR department at Unicorn Search IT center. More than 7 years of experience in recruiting. Searches for fintech, blockchain, gamedev developers and helps companies to attract real stars of the IT industry to the team.

At the conference, Daria will present a report on the topic Finding staff for blockchain development: Problems, best practices”.

Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Moscow 2021 will feature a panel discussion on the topic Legal implications of the law on digital financial assets Meet its participants:

Andrey Tugarin – expert in the field of intellectual property rights protection, patent attorney of the Russian Federation. Partner and Director of GMT Legal that provides legal support for crypto projects. Member of the International Trademark Association (INTA) and the Federation of Patent Agents (FICPI).

Yanina Petrovskaya – lawyer, advisor at RLP Lawyers Liechtenstein. Provides services for legal support of blockchain projects. Member of Capital Market and Technology Association that creates standards for assets tokenization. Yanina is a lecturer at Blockchain Lawyers (BCL)supplementary education program.

Sarkis Darbinyan is a lawyer in cyber rights protection, partner of Digital Rights Center and Digital Rights Laboratory. Co-founder of RosComSvoboda public project. The speaker is a member of the working group Communications and IT at the Expert Council under the Government of the Russian Federation.

Maria Agranovskaya – specialist in digital currency regulation, lawyer. Managing Partner, Head of the Fintech, Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies Practice at GRAD Moscow Bar Association. Has expertise in the legal aspects of creating investment mechanisms, funds, trusts, holdings, asset restructuring.

The full list of speakers can be found on the official website.

 

Special offer!

Celebrating the Defender’s Day, we launch a special promotion: from 17 to 24 of February, Conference category tickets can be purchased with a 30% discount!

Ticket price during the promotion is 7,000 RUB.

Ticket price from February 25 – 10,000 RUB.

The offer is valid for 8 days only. The early bird period will last until February 28, and starting from March 1, the cost of tickets will increase to 15,000 RUB.

Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Moscow 2021 will be organized by Smile-Expo international company that has been conducting business events in the field of innovations for 15 years.

Tickets to the event are already on sale! Register on the official conference website to attend main event in the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain!

Program and registration - moscow.bc.events

Published in COMING SOON
Monday, 18 March 2019 18:16

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN RUSSIAN COMPANIES

At the beginning of the year, KPMG surveyed more than 100 of the largest companies and found out which technologies the Russian business is implementing, which budgets of the organization are willing to spend on such projects and how they generally approach the management of digital transformation.

Main conclusions:

63% of respondents indicated that they have developed a digital transformation program, but in reality this more often means a set of short-term pilot projects;

77% of responding companies expect increased operational efficiency and reduced costs through digitization of processes;

The most popular technologies that have already been tested by Russian companies: big data analysis and predictive analytics (68%), chat bots (51%), robotization of office processes (50%);

The position of the CDO (Chief Digital Officer) is only in 16% of companies, the committee on digitalization - in 13%. In most Russian companies, decisions on digitalization projects are made by individual consideration at the top management level;

65% of companies attract startups to implement pilot projects;

In 2019, 36% of companies are ready to invest more than 100 million rubles in the implementation of projects on digitization of processes, while 55% of respondents plan to spend less than 50 million rubles;

51% of companies expect that the investment will pay off in less than 2 years, another 43% expect return on investment within 2-5 years.

Source: KPMG | RU.

Published in INDUSTRY REPORTS
Wednesday, 07 November 2018 11:48

2018 GLOBAL BLOCKCHAIN SURVEY: DELOITTE

Breaking blockchain open... Deloitte’s new global survey of more than 1,000 global blockchain-savvy executives from seven countries and nine industries is a leading indicator of where blockchain is headed.

While not quite ready for primetime yet, blockchain is getting closer to its breakout moment with every passing day.

Momentum is shifting from a focus on learning and exploring the potential of the technology to identifying and building practical business applications. It just may not be happening when and where we expected.

The global executives with excellent-to-expert knowledge of the technology we surveyed hold more pragmatic views and look poised to make some major moves over the next year. They see great value in blockchain’s potential to reinvent processes across the business value chain—and there is interest and investment in a wide range of use cases.

For example, 74 percent of all respondents report that their organizations see a “compelling business case” for the use of blockchain—and many of these companies are moving forward with the technology. About half of that number (34 percent) say their company already has some blockchain system in production, while another 41 percent of respondents say they expect their organizations to deploy a blockchain application within the next 12 months. In addition, nearly 40 percent of respondents reported that their organization will invest $5 million or more in blockchain technology in the coming year.

As more organizations put their resources behind this emerging technology, we expect blockchain to gain significant traction as its potential for greater efficiency, support for new business models and revenue sources, and enhanced security are demonstrated in real-world situations...

Source: Deloitte | Audit, Consulting, Financial, Risk Management, Tax Services.

Published in INDUSTRY REPORTS
Friday, 02 November 2018 19:46

BLOCKCHAIN IN FINANCIAL SERVICES: PWC

We’ve been reading about the promise of blockchain technology for several years now. Many skeptics are beginning to wonder if the “year of blockchain” will ever really arrive. Blockchain isn’t a cure-all, but there are clearly many problems for which this technology is the ideal solution. We continue to see banks, brokerages, insurers, regulators, and others actively testing ways to harness the benefits of blockchain. The journey has only just begun.

By definition, blockchains allow multiple parties to work together effectively, even if they don’t fully trust each other. The most exciting opportunities come when the largest industry players unite with a common approach. While many financial firms have banded together in various efforts on blockchain initiatives, 2017 also saw some large players step away in favor of working on their own projects internally and keeping the intellectual property.

Exchanges embrace blockchain and regulators warm up. We’ve seen several global securities exchanges launch blockchain-based platforms. Regulators are working with the exchanges to explore what oversight should look like. And most industry players still struggle with how to audit systems with almost-instant clearing and consensus-based verification...

Source: PwC: Audit and assurance, consulting and tax services.

Published in INDUSTRY REPORTS

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