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Money 20/20 Europe
June 26, 2017 @ 8:00 am - June 28, 2017 @ 5:00 pm CEST
A world-class experience for European innovators across industries and company types, Money20/20 Europe is more than just an event. It’s a catalyst for the growth and development of the payments and financial services ecosystem.
In its first year, Money20/20 Europe welcomed 3,725 attendees, including 500 CEOs, from 1,500 companies and 70 countries. The show featured 422 speakers, over 200 sponsors and more than 100 media partners. Our unparalleled senior audience was comprised of visionaries and luminaries: the people who built the ecosystem, and the people who are disrupting, challenging and changing it. In June 2017, Copenhagen will once again take centre stage as the companies and individuals disrupting how consumers and businesses manage, spend and borrow money come together at scale.
Use promo code HYPER200 for a 200 EUR discount off Money20/20 registration.
Hyperledger will have a large 10’ x 20’ booth space, staffed by our members IntellectEU, Nxt Foundation and Norbloc. Visit us at booth #H30.
We encourage attendees to check out the two Hyperledger panels on Wednesday, June 28.
From 10:00-10:50 a.m. Hyperledger speakers from IBM, Soramitsu, Monax, Hacera and Intel will discuss the role of open source software in blockchain shared ledgers.
Panel #1: The role of open source software in blockchain Shared ledgers
Moderator: Arnaud Le Hors, IBM
Panelist: Makoto Takemiya, Soramitsu (representing Hyperledger Iroha)
Panelist: Casey Kulman, Monax (representing Hyperledger Burrow)
Panelist: Jonathan Levi, Hacera (representing Hyperledger Fabric)
Panelist: Marta Piekarska, Hyperledger
From 11:20-12:10, Hyperledger members from Allianz SE, IntellectEu and BNP Paribas will discuss advancing distributed ledgers from POC to adoption.
Panel #2: Distributed ledgers: From proof-of-concept to real-world adoption
Moderator: Ruth Wandhöfer, Citi
Panelist: Fei Zhang, Allianz SE
Panelist: Hanna Zubko, IntellectEU
Panelist: Philippe Denis, BNP Paribas