This December, we see the return of an in-person Blockchance Europe for the 2021 rendition of the conference. It will be held in Germany, from December 2nd to December 4th, with over 4,000 attendees expected to show up.
Details of Blockchance 2021
After a year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, Blockchance 2021 is returning to an in-person event. This year, it will be held in Hamburg, Germany at the Chamber of Conference. The event will include discussions around climate change, regulation and tokenisation in the crypto space.
We are set to see many big names speaking at the event. Joseph Lubin, Co-founder of Ethereum; Raoul Paul, co-founder of Real Vision and former Goldman Sachs Executive; and Michael Saylor, CEO of Microstrategy. There are many more speakers, and you can find out who via the event’s Twitter page.
Interestingly, the event will offer a mix of in-person and online, depending on attendees circumstances. They can go to the event in person if they’re vaccinated against COVID-19. However, if not, can attend virtually. This is a good test to see if online and in-person viewers will work going into the future.
The Topics Being Discussed
Climate change has been an important topic discussed over the past few years. Especially in the past month, with the meeting of global leaders in Glasgow, Scotland to discuss the impact of the issue, and how it can be resolved. Now, at Blockchance, climate change will be a major talking point, with a distinct focus on how blockchains can become more environmentally friendly to reduce the effects of climate change. It will be discussed how blockchains can be in line with ESG standards, and a deep dive into climate accounting systems. Also, topics of eco-friendly mining and Bitcoin’s impact and how this contrasts with its economic potential will also be discussed.
Regulation has unquestionably been a major debate all throughout the rise of crypto, and now NFTs. There has been little to no control in the space for years. It is something that many people want to change in order to make crypto investments safer, and more controlled. A few people from the European Commission will dissect the regulation of digital technologies. In addition, others will look toward the future of digital law.
Tokenisation and NFTs
Tokenisation and NFTs have been a major discussion over the last year, but at the time of the last gathering may not have been known to anyone there. NFTs have evidently added a major change in the wider crypto market, with billions going into this section of crypto this year alone. Overall, there will be a talk about the future of a token-based economy. Both of which are linked to the future of finance. The clear hype around NFTs will be looked into in detail. And finally, a speaker will be talking about tokenised purchases.
To find out more about the event, you can visit the Blockchance website here.