Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Thailand will feature a panel discussion: four blockchain experts will talk about ICO regulation in Thailand. They will focus on possible changes and laws related to ICOs, which could be adopted in 2018.
The discussion will involve three blockchain experts from Thailand and their colleague from Hong Kong. Experts specialize in various sectors and represents diverse companies, thus the discussion will introduce several views on the blockchain regulation issue.
Sathapon Patanakua (Thailand), MD and Founder of SmartContract and BLOCK MD, a participant of Thai FinTech Association. He is an entrepreneur with extensive experience; a high-tech enthusiast and one of the early blockchain followers. Patanakua has cooperated with leading industry players in financial and healthcare services as well as policy makers in order to help promoting innovative ideas and technologies.
Dr. Jason Corbett (Thailand), Managing Partner of Silk Legal (a Bangkok-based law company). He is one of the leaders at International Blockchain Consulting Group; an advisor to ICOBox and other ICO projects. He also speaks at many events dedicated to fintech, blockchain, and IT regulation.
Edmund John Lowell (Hong Kong), an entrepreneur living and working in Asia since 2011. Currently, he leads user identification projects at SelfKey Foundation, a fund aimed at supporting new digital identification initiatives, and at KYC-Chain, a service based on distributed ledgers.
Alexi Lane (Thailand), Founder of EVEREX (Thailand). He is a fintech entrepreneur and an investor with over 15 years of experience in capital management. He has developed a blockchain-based microlending platform called Everex that collects and analyzes users’ data and creates appropriate financial offers for them.
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