Mars International Blockchain Summit in New York City is October 18, 2018


Mars Finance, together with blockchain innovators from China, will meet up in New York, to discuss the turning point for global blockchain industry from the downturn market perspective.

The meeting at the capital of global finance will involve a chat with NASDAQ, Morgan Stanley, Ripple, Standard & Poor’s, Barclays, without forgetting one of the largest digital currency investment bank, Digital Galaxy.

There is uncertainty in the global blockchain market. However, the power of transition has been brewing, and it won’t be long until it unveils.

Mars Finance will host the event and co-hosted by Consensus Lab, Crypto Capital, Liaoyuan, EUB Chain, Sharp Eye Capital, and DFG. The much anticipated Summit will take place in the Westin New York at the Times Square.

Industrial leaders from Wall Street and China plus other powerful financial institutions will gather during a one-day summit dialogue around “NEXT STEP” to decide on the global blockchain industry in the context of downturn market.

According to Mars Finance founder, Fred Wang, the Mars Finance U.S. Version will be released soon after the Summit.

The Summit is an opportunity for Mars Finance to gradually upgrade from China’s leading blockchain service platform to an international blockchain service platform. Levelling up to a higher platform strengthens deep connectivity with the global blockchain industry further.

During this Summit, leaders from China’s blockchain industry will assemble to carry out in-depth discussion and exchange together with financial companies, investment institutions, and regulatory authorities from Wall Street, to bring about new opportunities.

Regulation and policy, next generation of the public blockchain, blockchain economic model and governance, stablecoins and secondary market, are some of the hot topics that will reign in the discussions.

The Summit has managed to attract the active participation of some top investment banks from Wall Street such as Barclays and Morgan Stanley.

The senior management of Digital Galaxy, one of the largest digital currency investment banks around the globe, is expected to confirm their attendance at the Summit.

Distinguished guests from globally powerful institutions such as NASDAQ and Standard & Poor’s will be present to express their expert opinions as regards regulation, compliance, and other perspectives.

Other leaders who have also confirmed their presence in Manhattan for a collision of global finance ideas from Wall Street include:

Shuoji Zhou, the founder of FBG Capital, a leading blockchain investment institution; Fred Wang, of Mars Finance and partner of Consensus Lab; Dao Yuan, the chairman of Zhonguancun Blockchain Industry Alliance; Feng Han, co-founder of Elastos; Chuanwei Zou, chief economist of Bitmain; and Tianyuan Wei, partner of Sharp Eye Capital.

Additional Confirmed Participants Include:

Jeffrey Wernick, early Investor of Airbnb, Uber and Bitcoin; Katina Stefanova, of Marto Capital; David Namdar, Partner of Galaxy Digital; Keith Azzopardi, Ambassador of Malta to the USA; Danny Aranda, Managing Director of Ripple. Sarah Olsen, Head of Business Development at Gemini.com; Franklin Urteaga, Former White House Tech Advisor, and Eugenio Gomez, a Restructuring and Finance Expert at Harvard Law School.

After the China-US Blockchain Leaders Dialogue on August 2018 and the Silicon Valley Mars Blockchain Summit, this Summit is expected to launch more large-scale summit events in the U.S.

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