The conference about what the future holds for crypto assets.
Join the Crypto Assets Conference which takes place on the campus of Frankfurt School of Finance & Management on 26 & 27 February, 2018.
Bringing together technology experts and entrepreneurs with corporates and regulators.
Join the Crypto Assets Conference which takes place on the campus of Frankfurt School of Finance & Management on 26 & 27 February, 2018.

Why attend?

Blockchain is the next unstoppable and world-changing technology which can leverage ideas into global business. The first movers will be the next Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple of the Crypto-Economy that reinvent the way we conduct trade and how we live while benefiting everyone in the decentralized networks.
The Crypto Assets Conference presents a line-up of the next generation of disrupters and thought-leaders and provides answers for global decision about the most pressing questions:

  • What impact are Crypto-Currencies leaving on international trade?

 

  • How are innovators adopting Crypto-Commodities when reinventing business models against today’s monopolies?

 

  • If Crypto-Tokens are boosting crowdfunding and venture capital to never seen before heights – which industry will benefit next?

To discuss the future direction and find answers we are bringing technology experts, thought-leaders, industry innovators, crypto investors and blockchain entrepreneurs together.
We can’t wait to meet you and make an impact on the world.

Philipp Sandner

“2017 was the year for global awareness for Bitcoin. 2018 has to become the year of Blockchain innovation and steering into the Crypto-Economy. We like to invite you to this thought provoking conference and prepare you for the next internet age.”

Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner
Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

Speakers

Special Guests

Gordon Einstein

CryptoLaw Partners

Fabian Vogelsteller

web3

Robert Viglione

ZenSystems

Austin Alexander

Kraken

Dr. Pavel Kravchenko

Distributed Labs

Marjan Delatinne

Ripple

Speakers

Economics & Governance

Dr. Martin Diehl

Deutsche Bundesbank

Dirk Bullmann

European Central Bank

Christoph Kreiterling

German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin)

Gregory Klumov

STASIS.NET

Prof. Dr. Isabell M. Welpe

TU Munich

Prof. Dr. Andranik Tumasjan

Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz

Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner

Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Faust

TU Darmstadt

Dr. Nina-Luisa Siedler

DWF Germany

Thomas Euler

Untitled INC

Dr. Friederike Ernst

GNOSIS

Jan Heinrich Meyer

Dash

Dr. Achim Illner

Global Crypto One

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Speakers

Banking & Finance

Michael F. Spitz

Commerzbank

Joachim Erdle

Landesbank Baden-Württemberg

Dr. Stefan Teis

Deutsche Börse

Alexander Höptner

Börse Stuttgart

Jan Westerhues

Robert Bosch Venture Capital

Elfriede Sixt

Fintech Academy

Thorsten Weigl

Solom

Alexander Lange

Equilibre

Martin Schmidt

Postera Capital

Felix Holtermann

Handelsblatt

Ernst Tertilt

Crypto Management

Speakers

Startup & Innovation

Andrei Martchouk

KI decentralized

Carsten Stöcker

Spherity

 Yanislav Malahov

Aeternity

Rouven Heck

ConsenSys

Hansen Wang

Melonport

Daniel Grassinger

nexussquared

Oliver Naegele

Blockchain HELIX

Alexander Culum

brainbot

Sven Laepple

ASTRATUM

Josh Scigala

Vaultoro

Nathan Williams

Minespider

Jens Harig

Arxum

Jasmin Güngör

DLT Capital

Simon Pfeifhofer

Distributed Ledger

Sebnem Rusitschka

Freeelio

Christian Junger

MADANA

Timo Dreger

Capeiron

Further Speakers

Klaus Himmer, CryptoTax

 

Arno Pfefferlin, Zensystem

Simon Schwerin, Xain

Dr. Manfred Krischke, Cloudeo

Benjamin Bending, Based Global

Peter Grosskopf, Solarisbank

Christian Angermayer, Apeiron Investment

Andreas Schemm, Vreo

Christoph Impekoven, Micobo

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Gajek, Weeve

Konstantin Trott, Midas Social

Lennart Ante, Sicos

Matthias Woestmann, Envivon

 

Pascal Lauria, CoinAnalyst

Dr. Jan Begerhoff, Case

Omri Ross, FirmoNetwork

Matthias Hirtschulz,  d-fine

Nino Ulrich, IOTA Prototype

 

Timo Trumpp, Goargo

Dr. Dominik Thor, IPCHAIN

Alex Hoppen, Ethereum License

Wernhard Berger, Grapevine

What is a Crypto Asset & Token?

Traditional assets store value and provide economic benefits while the rights of ownership are enforced by institutions. Crypto assets are a new class of assets, which combines the advantages of digitalisation while the right of ownership is cryptographically secured.

What is a Crypto Currency?

Crypto currencies can provide store of value or function as means of payments. Like fiat currencies, its value is based on trust. However, in contrast to traditional currencies, they are not backed up by a centralized institution and are not connected to a national economy. They are secured on a blockchain and their values are driven by market demand and expectations. Each crypto currency has its own monetary policy and specific use. Some are more innovative than other while more popular ones are built on their head start and network effect.

What are Crypto Commodities?

Commodities are defined as raw materials or other items such as goods or services that provide value or an economical benefit. Crypto commodities can be understood as digital utility-tokens on a blockchain which represent physical items. Blockchains require time, computer-power and electricity to secure crypto commodities. For instance, Ether provides access to a decentralized digital world that runs smart contracts. This could empower a decentralized economy on the web with lowered entry barriers for everyone.

Bringing together experts from the crypto and financial world to answer your questions:

Crypto assets

How important will cryptocurrencies, tokens, ICO and other types of digital assets be in the future?

Investment

Should investment funds assess such digital assets? How can crypto assets be assessed?

Securization

How can securization be done via blockchain or distributed ledger technologies?

Cash-on-ledger

Will cash-on-ledger disrupt financial business models?

Asset management

Which new business models exist for asset managers and brokers?

Valuation

How can decentralized networks be valuated?

Tokens and regulation

What types of tokens exist and how should they be regulated?

Venture capital

Will ICOs and tokens disrupt traditional venture capital?

Startups

Which blockchain startups should be watched?

Agenda

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Date & venue

The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center together with KI Group jointly organizes the conference “Crypto Assets Conference 2018” which will take place on the campus of the Frankfurt School on February 26 & 27, 2018.

Our Sponsors

Gold Sponsor

FinLab

Silver Sponsor

aeternity
Stasis
excon

Support Sponsor

Dash
iNNOVO
Northern Bitcoin

Further Cooperations

sicos
Coin Hero
Bitcore
zencash
Blockchain Hotel

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