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08.30 – 09.00:

Arrival, breakfast and networking

09.00 – 10.00:

Roundtable debate

10.00 – 10.30:

Coffee and networking


Wednesday 21 March

Register your interest here


Blockchain and Regulated Industries Roundtable

• Can blockchain restore trust in regulated industries?
• Are we entering a new era of transparency and decentralised power?
• Where will blockchain have the biggest impact? Will it live up to the hype?
• How will laws and regulation effect the blockchain revolution?

Bad corporate governance, lack of transparency, cyber-attacks and data breaches are headline grabbing news stories. They are also major causes of reputational damage for businesses. The inherent accessibility, speed, security, decentralisation of power, and transparency that is enabled by blockchain technology could be the solution. It has the potential to transform reputations and restore trust in our regulated industries.

So much more than Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, blockchain is having a transformational effect on financial services, telecoms, energy, legal and healthcare sectors. To remain competitive, it will be vital for companies to understand the amazing possibilities as well as the challenges that come from embracing blockchain

Please join us on 21st March to debate these issues and more, at a breakfast roundtable chaired by Lansons and leading blockchain commentator Luis Carranza.

About Luis Carranza

Luis is passionate about the transformational power of technology across industry. Luis is the founder of many initiatives that unite technology ecosystems including The Silicon Roundabout Meetup, which has grown to nearly 13,00 members including, start-ups, developers, VC’s, entrepreneurs and people interested in London’s Tech City. After years of bringing together London’s tech community through monthly meetups, he founded London Fintech Week and helped to launch Fintech industry body Innovate Finance in 2014. Since then, Luis has also created London Blockchain
Week, along with a series of blockchain conferences around the world in Hong Kong, New York, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Dublin, Amsterdam and Tel Aviv. The community he’s built now represents about 30,000 people across the globe. Luis’s latest venture is the data marketplace Xensus, which is being funded through an ICO (token

Please email if you are interested in attending, and a member of our team will contact you. Spaces at the event are limited and demand is likely to be high.