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Digital Currencies 360
March 22 @ 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM GMT£750
How will digital currencies transform payments?
Digital currency is inevitably the next evolution of payments as we know it – it is already happening! However, to truly unlock all it’s benefits, collaboration, infrastructure and regulation is essential. Join the inaugural Digital Currencies 360, co-located with Pay360 to play your part in shaping the integration of digital currencies into our existing payments ecosystem. How can we as an industry provide more opportunities to our customers and which technologies will help us deliver these securely?
Digital Currencies 360 helps payment providers and financial institutions who want to reduce financial crime, overcome cross border challenges and eliminate financial exclusion to collaborate, evolve existing regulatory frameworks and incorporate distributed ledger technology to game change B2B & B2C offerings.
GLOBAL OUTLOOK OF DIGITAL CURRENCY ADOPTION
Understand the roadmap for a new era for GBP and a new transparent and safe method of payment on the global scene. Which capabilities will underpin the success of cost effective, fast, accessible, and accountable transactions using digital currencies?
THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN REGULATED AND UNREGULATED
How will regulatory bodies balance the need for stability vs the risk of overregulating and stifling innovative SMEs in a new market? How will new regulations avoid reinventing existing frameworks which digital currency providers are currently using to self-regulate?
WHICH DIGITAL CURRENCY MODELS WILL WIN B2B AND B2C TRUST?
Are CBDCs and Stablecoins the catalyst for digital currency becoming a mainstream method of payment and wealth management? Is this a game changer for merchants?
DIGITAL CURRENCY: THE NEW DIFFERENTIATOR FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS?
Are digital currencies the new opportunity for banks to differentiate their services? Are digital currencies a real security risk for everyone or a threat to those who monopolise the current status quo?