SEC Town Hall Meeting At The Blockchain World Conference July 11-13
The largest cryptocurrency event in the world, the Blockchain World Conference, will have a historic panel including the first-ever SEC town hall meeting to speak about cryptos at the event.
During the panel, it is expected that the SEC representatives will talk about the regulation of the market, an issue that has been making many investors still worried to enter head on in the cryptocurrency market. The meeting will take place at the event on July 12, 2:00 pm.
About The Blockchain World Conference
The Blockchain World Conference was created to be the biggest convention in the world. It will happen during July 11 to 13 on the Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City, USA. The event creators have selected a wide range of professionals from diverse areas of the blockchain and fintech industry to speak at the conference.
An organizer of the event, Alex Falcone, states that the crypto industry is very new and hard to understand and this is the reason why the event was created, so it can educate people about it and increase the awareness and amplify the industry as a whole.
The event will really be the largest in the world. It will have over 12,000 square feet of space and bring over 8,000 members of the community, more than 5,000 accredited investors, 1,000 developers and 200 speakers, which the company believes that will help to bring the international community together.
The space will be open for network and for people to learn more and create partnerships and fund projects that will make the cryptocurrency community better.
Among of the speakers there will be Dr. Patrick Byrne (Founder of Overstock.com and tZERO), Gil Beyda (Managing Director of Comcast Venture), Graham Mosely (Microsoft CTO), Brittany Kaiser (Cambridge Analytica), Ezekiel de Jong (Crypto-pioneer and founder of Mt. Khalifa), Alex Mashinsky (Founder & CEO of Celsius Network), Eric Moe (Advisor, Founder & CTO of Open Table) and John McAfee (computer programmer and cryptocurrency champion).