DeFi.Edition conference, one of the most significant events in the blockchain industry, will be held on March 5. It’ll gather representatives of leading centralized and decentralized crypto exchanges, DeFi projects, large financial institutions, as well as top traders and regulators.
The DeFi sector boom was considered to be the main event of 2020: the number of users, projects and funds blocked in smart contracts have grown tenfold. DeFi's explosive growth is expected to continue into 2021.
Thus, to discuss the future of distributed finance, it’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as to exchange knowledge between the parties involved, organizers arranged DeFi.Edition profile event.
Participants of the online conference will raise questions about the development of the crypto industry in 2021, share their views on the DeFi market, assess the advantages of decentralized exchanges over centralized ones, discuss arbitration and trading strategies, as well as security and regulation of the industry.
Hanna Lemiasheuskaya, Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), will present IQeon project at the international online conference. The expert notes that such event is a great chance to discuss the most relevant topics that are of concern to fintech community, determine the vector for the further development of the crypto world, and also communicate with top-notch representatives of the large DeFi companies.
As a reminder, Conference.Exchanges: DeFi Edition will be the third event in the Conference.Exchanges series. The first two were held in Singapore and Amsterdam and brought together more than 350 participants and representatives of such famous projects as OKEX, EXMO, Binance, Huobi, Shapeshift, Bitfury, Changelly and others.
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