This year’s conference will be held in the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts’ new campus in Zug-Rotkreuz. Located in Switzerland’s tallest wooden building, the campus houses the School of Information Technology and the Institute of Financial Services.
“The CVA is excited to announce the third annual Crypto Valley Conference. By attracting more than 100 leaders in blockchain and crypto, the conference is a valuable platform for debate and discussion. Some topics we expect to be of particular interest this year include cryptoeconomics, regulation and governance, supply chain, IoT and shared data, smart contract security, micropayments, identity management, consensus protocols, and much more.”
– Daniel Haudenschild, President of the Crypto Valley Association
CVA’s Crypto Valley Conference is synonymous with the Swiss blockchain ecosystem and will once again bring together the most impactful leaders and changemakers in the global blockchain and crypto industry. The two-day event will see more than 50 presentations from global industry leaders, covering topics such as technology, economics, finance, law, and regulation. Scholars, researchers, developers, CEO’s, CTO’s, lawyers, and government officials will gather to share successes, challenges, and ambitions for the future.
Prof. Dr. Alexander Denzler, head of the Blockchain Lab at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, said, “The foundation of a sustainable blockchain ecosystem lies in cultivating a lasting culture of information-sharing and collaboration between academia, innovators, and regulators. The Crypto Valley Conference has become a staple event in the industry’s diary for its ability to foster this environment by bringing together the brightest and most influential people and ideas in the blockchain space.”
Jérôme Bailly, Executive Director of the Crypto Valley Association concluded, “The outcomes of events such as the Crypto Valley Conference are of immense value to the industry. We are proud to be building on the successes of our last two conferences and look forward to welcoming speakers and participants, both new and old.”