Dr. Craig S. Wright has joined the panel that will be discussing the global centralized financial system, its flaws, challenges and possible solutions at the upcoming CC Forum London Investment in Blockchain and AI conference. Dr. Wright joins other distinguished members of the panel who will discuss the way ahead for the financial system.
Other members of the panel will include Dr. Nouriel Roubini, an American economist popularly known as Dr. Doom. A lecturer at New York University’s Stern School of Business, Roubini made a name for himself as one of the very few economists who predicted the 2008 U.S. housing bubble crash.
The CC Forum will also attract some key speakers from politicians and regulators, to leaders in the tech and business world. Members of the British Parliament, including Lord Holmes, Lord Smith and Lord Waverly, will address such issues as cryptocurrency regulation and how the government can create an enabling environment for the industry.
From the tech world, global leaders such as Huawei’s CTO Jorge Sebastiao, Naoris co-founder Fernando Martinho, and renowned doctor of artificial intelligence Fatmah Baothman will also be in attendance.
The financial industry will be well represented as well by titans such as Tim Draper, Guenther Dobrauz-Saldapenna, a partner at PwC Zurich; Steve Kelso, an executive at Galaxy Digital; Kenji Manno, the founder of Fusion Bank and more.
Dr. Wright will get to discuss the choking centralization of the financial system, an issue that’s dear to him. Having invented Bitcoin a decade ago to decentralize finance through peer-to-peer payments, Dr. Wright has been at the forefront in advocating for decentralization. The event will give him yet another opportunity to interact with leaders from several sectors and regions and spread the gospel of Bitcoin.
At the recently-held CoinGeek Seoul Conference, Dr. Wright revealed that he believes that using Bitcoin and blockchain technology, we can build a world where people works together as peers in building applications that incentivize crime to die. The only way to do this is through having more peer-to-peer interactions across the world and building on Bitcoin.
The CC Forum conference will be held on 14-16 October at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center in London. The event will focus on the impact that blockchain technology and AI are having in modern times and how to best enhance it. Grab your ticket today.
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