Although it is still taking its first steps, the Web 3.0 industry continues to grow. And it is that terms such as blockchain or crypto, unknown to most Internet users a few years ago, are now a prominent part of the conversation when what is being talked about is the future of the Internet.
In fact, in the last two years, the users who have joined the crypto ecosystem already outnumber those who joined the Internet in its origins. Compared to 85% of the annual community growth that the Network registered in the 90s, the index of crypto users today it increases by 165% every year.
These data, however, contrast with a lack of clarity regarding regulation and a certain lack of transparency, which generates doubts in many users who, although they are interested in this subject, are not very clear about how they can form part of this ecosystem with total security.
Precisely and to shed light on this topic, W3volution Media Group and the Fundación Alianza Digital 2030 organize the next October 11th in Madrid the “Blockchain & Regulation Forum”an event that can be followed both in person and in streaming which will include, among other speakers, Belén Romana, director of Banco Santander, director of the Audit Committee at Werfen and member of the Investment Committee at Artá C., and Diego Villafáñez, state economist and adviser for Cryptoactive at the Ministry of Economy and the European Parliamentary Group.
An event that will serve to establish a point of connection between the great personalities of the traditional industry and the most relevant voices of the 3.0 panorama, as well as to analyze the synergies between both sectors, their projection and the different regulatory barriers. If you want to know first-hand how the regulation of crypto-assets is going to evolve, it is certainly an event that you cannot miss. You sign up?
- What: “Blockchain & Regulation Forum”
- When: October 11th
- Where: Atrevia Madrid headquarters (Calle Arturo Soria 99, 28043 Madrid). It can also be followed via streaming.
- Schedule: 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
- Inscription: Those interested in attending the event can register for free here.