Following the resounding success of its first edition, the 2020 Geneva Blockchain Congress will again examine the theme of ‘from laboratory to market via ethics, regulation and governance‘. If blockchain-based applications have any chance of becoming mainstream, these three challenges will all require much more attention and serious development.
The core aim of the Congress is to promote a constructive and healthy exchange of views between international standard-setting bodies, national governments that create the legal frameworks, and the private sector, whose role is to develop authentic and profitable products.
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It is no coincidence that the Congress is being held in Geneva.
Dedicated as it is to advancing the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the city of Geneva promotes high-quality education, decent work conditions, economic growth, responsible consumption and healthy and robust institutions.
Not only are all these elements of society continuously evolving, but each one of them is deeply affected by innovative technological developments.
Government Strategy Lead, ConsenSys
Manager/Digital transformation for Supply Chain and Blockchain Lead, Nestle
Vice President, Illicit Trade Prevention, Philip Morris International
Head Of Blockchain, IBM Switzerland
Managing Director & COO, LIBRA Association