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Dear fintech thought-leaders,
Welcome to our seventh Eat and Meet Fintech series in Geneva. This meetup will be organised in Young and Rubicam beautiful offices in Acacias on March the 25th.
This monthly session is all about bitcoin and blockchain. Alexandre Callea, Clearmatics Founder and CTO, and Alexis Roussel, SBEX CEO, will present the most vivid aspects of :
-Integration of crypto-currencies in applications (OpenBazaar, Lighthouse).
-Multi signature vs single signature.
-Blockchain 2.0 smart contracts and new applications.
-Blockchain 2.0 technical, operational and legal challenges.
11:45 Doors Open
12:00 sharp - Session starts
-> Welcome address
Alexandre Gaillard, Founder & CEO, InvestGlass
-> Bitcoin and Blockchains speakers
Alexis Roussel, SBEX CEO
Alexandre Callea, Clearmatics Founder and CTO
1:00pm - lunch and networking opportunities
2:00pm - Closing
For those of you who would like to continue networking we'll retire to a local bar. This event is very exclusive - seats are very limited. RSVP ASAP.
When? : March 25th at 12.00 sharp
Where? : Young & Rubicam Group Geneva
Bâtiment 43L - Rue Eugène Marziano 25
CH-1227 Les Acacias, Geneva
Thank you to our sponsors:
About Young and Rubicam, sponsoring the venue.
Y&R (originally Young & Rubicam) is a marketing and communications company specialising in advertising, digital and social media, sales promotion, direct marketing and brand identity consulting. Y&R is 6,500 people in 188 offices in 92 countries, all on a mission to resist the Usual for their clients.
About SBEX, co-sponsoring the luncheon.
SBEX SA (The Swiss Bitcoin Exchange) is a crypto-currency broker based in Neuchatel and Geneva. It was established in January 2014. It is licensed to operate since June 2014. It is developing financial services for end-customers based on crypto-currencies including bitcoin.
About Clearmatics, co-sponsoring the luncheon.
Clearmatics is developing the next-generation clearing and settlement technology for financial OTC markets. Our blockchain technology brings together custodians and end-users on a single platform, where members can settle securities and automate the performance of financial contracts on a trusted and decentralised virtual machine.