In today’s world of advancing technology and innovation, the creation of bitcoin sparked in interest in the use of digital currencies in global financial institutions, and set the foundation for the development of blockchain. The use of this digital ledger to revolutionise tradition banking structures by providing a record of transaction between parties is expected to reduce banking risks and speed up the efficiency of transaction processes. Now is the time for banks to think about the benefits and practicality of this technology, before deciding whether to implement it within their firm.
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Bringing the Blockchain to Financial Institutions
The Blockchain and Distributed Ledgers in Financial Institutions conference organised by marcus evans will be held on 27th to 28th of June in London, UK and it will provide further clarification on the technicalities of the blockchain technology, and how it can be used within banks.
By attending this conference attendees will be able to be part of more than 14 hours of focused end-user driven case studies and interactive panel discussions and workshops. In addition, delegates will have the opportunity to network with senior level executives and learn about the latest updates of this technology and discuss implementation practices.
The key topic areas are:
- Learn about current developments in the regulatory process for blockchain
- Assess the commercial application for this technology and identify key issues
- Explore a practical implementation timeline and challenges that need to be overcome
- Discuss real world case studies and results from using the blockchain demos
For more information about this event, please contact Yiota Andreou at email@example.com or visit the event website:
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