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February 8th 2021
On January 21, 2021, over 600 family office members and both ultra high- and high-net-worth individuals attended DC Finance’s Family Office Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies Conference and now, we are excited to announce that the second part will be held on March 3, 2021, at 11 am EST.
This second iteration of the conference will include everything from investment opportunities in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space to regulation, Ripple, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), decentralized finance and even the GameStop and Robinhood saga.
At the center of our event, both the first and second part, is an overview and analysis of the markets by Mike McGlone, Bloomberg commodity strategist.
The first part of this conference featured other speakers such as,
- Anthony Di Ioro, CEO and co-founder, Decentral & Jaxx, co-founder, Ethereum
- Yorke E. Rhodes III, principal program manager, blockchain engineering, Microsoft
- Tom Golway, chief technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Chen Zur, partner and US blockchain practice leader, EY
- Hadley Stern, principal, innovation advisory, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Christian Catalini, chief economist, Diem Association (FKA Libra Association)
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