2nd Global Summit
Bitcoin & Blockchain: The State of Cryptocurrency
- Opportunities and Challenges for Indian Economy –
21 April, 2017
The evolution of peer-to-peer technology based crypto-currency is seen as a revolution in the field of supply chain finance. The financial infrastructure and its underlying technology blockchain have given pace to the skyrocketing global Bitcoin trade. The unregulated virtual currency which has no control and legal system presents significant challenges by way of offering tax evasion, security risks, losses due to volatility and money laundering practices etc. However, all of its attractive features have given a level play rise in the number of transactions, volume of trades around the world and sentiments are turning bullish with the information claimed to have performed as one of the most remunerative asset class in the recent years.
Being India, the world's largest remittance recipient has enormous opportunities and challenges of the decentralized payment system that operates independently in a pseudonymous manner. This calls the stakeholders, including government, regulatory authorities, exchanges, and investors to discuss and debate on prospective and appropriateness of such Wallets as well as legal and related issues. This will help determine the protected decision of investor to invest, regulators to stress upon control and exchanges to fair play towards the future of blockchain technology in India.
In view of its immense significance, the ASSOCHAM is organising 2nd Global Summit on Bitcoin & Blockchain: The State of Cryptocurrency - “Opportunities and Challenges for Indian Economy” on 21st April , 2017 in Bengaluru, India.
ASSOCHAM solicits the active participation of individuals and organizations to make this important summit a grand success.
- Registration Fees: Rs. 5,000 per participant. (Limited seats are available only on first come first serve basis)
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