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Bloomberg will host a half-day event called The Future of Cryptocurrencies at the end of this month, on June 29. The event will be held in the headquarters of the company in London, England and it will be focused on how will be the future of cryptos and will have plenty of experts on the subject.

The event will be invitation-only and it will discuss topics like regulation of the industry, factors driving the volatility of the market and trading strategies. It was announced that more than 200 executives would be at the event, including names from companies like IBM, Societe Generale and UBS.

The Future of Cryptocurrencies will be sponsored by Trade.io, which is a financial institution focused on blockchain technology that had its own Initial Coin Offering (ICO) back in January 2018.

Who Will Speak At The Future Of Cryptocurrencies?

Some of the Bloomberg Live guests will include Jim Preissler (Trade.io CEO), John Patrick Mullin (also from Trade.io), Ajit Tripathi (Partner of ConsenSys), Mona El Isa (CEO & Co-founder of Melonport), Oliver con Landsberg-Sadie (CEO of the BCB Group ), Nic Niedermowwe (Co-Founder & CEO of Prime Factor Capital), Stijn Vander Straeten (CEO of Crypto Storage Ag).

There will probably be more speakers there, but their names were still not divulged.

Here is the half day schedule they have included on the website to view it at.

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The event will happen on June 29, Friday, from 8:30-1:00pm in the Bloomberg Headquarters, 3 Queen Victoria Street, London with a networking event included.

You can watch Bloomberg's Future of Cryptocurrency live broadcast by going here.

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