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After an action-packed Day 1, the London Blockchain Conference promises to be even bigger and better on the second day. From enterprise blockchain adoption to digital signatures and identity, regulating digital assets to blockchain venture capital, Day 2 will shine a spotlight on every other aspect of blockchain. Industry thought leaders would take to two stages, led by Dr. Craig Wright, and you can watch it all on the virtual live stream.

Attendees got a taste of Dr. Wright on the first day during a panel discussion on using BSV to build a business. Today, Dr. Wright will take to the stage to present a keynote speech on unlocking privacy and compliance with Bitcoin. By adopting a time-managed redactable signature system, you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other.

Dr. Wright will be back on Stage 2—the technical stage—for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. The BSV Blockchain Association’s Jad Wahab and Darren Kellenschwiler will join him for the unmissable session.

The rise of enterprise adoption has sprung a debate on permissionless blockchains (or public networks like BSV) and permissioned blockchains (or private ledgers like Hyperledger Fabric by the Linux Foundation). Billon COO Robert Kaluza, nChain’s Jack Davies, and the Linux Foundation’s Daniela Barbosa will help attendees make sense of this debate.

Regulators are now taking a keen interest in the industry, and this shift will be the focus of four sessions. They include one focused on Europe, a region leading the world in policing the sector through Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) and other frameworks.

The Malta Gaming Authority’s Odhran Griffin will give an insight into regulating blockchain in gambling, while Centbee’s Angus Brown and Konstantinos Adamos, the lead legal counsel at European fintech unicorn Revolut will be part of a panel discussing how regulators can help the industry move ahead after a series of scandals.

Token protocols on the BSV blockchain, NFTs, eSports, cybersecurity, trust through blockchain, and digital asset recovery will be among the other topics to be discussed. Block Dojo will also showcase some of its success stories, including Move Genius, a startup that raised £350,000 (US$434,508) last September after incubation at the Dojo.

You can’t afford to miss Day 2 of the London Blockchain Conference. Livestream the event for free on Hopin here.

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