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What’s Stored In For Crypto-Assets At WEF Davos?
Many top business tycoons, enterprises and politicians across the world coupled with dashing celebrities likely to assemble in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum (WEF) this week.
The event is the prime resourceful drive for involving the top global leaders in collaborative activities to shape global, regional and industry agendas at the beginning of each year. Well, the theme of this 2020 forum is ‘Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World’. While we have highlighted some notable events from the digital assets’ perspectives.
Crypto’s Agenda At The Event:
On 21st Jan: On shaping the future of the digital economy, the renowned speakers like, Derek O’Halloran, Marissa Mayer, Keith Block, Dan Schulman, Lauren Woodman and Börje Ekholm, are likely to talk on how was the competitive landscape changed since a year ago, on what are the key business challenges and opportunities in 2020, and on what should be strategic priorities in the decade ahead.
On 23rd Jan: Challenging the Dominance of the Dollar, the US dollar is the world’s dominant payment and reserve currency but countries are looking to reduce their dollar dependency. What might be the cornerstones of a financial architecture for a multipolar and multi-conceptual world.
Key areas of discussions for the forum: Opportunities for global alternatives, weathering the transition, Geo-economic implications.
Key speakers: Adam Tooze, Mario Centeno, Zhu Ning, Gita Gopinath, Paulo Guedes.
On 23rd Jan: Creating a Credible and Trusted Digital Currency
The possibility of a trusted global digital currency has sparked political, economic and regulatory discussions worldwide.
Key areas of discussions for the forum: Addressing financial inclusion, Implications for security and digital trust, Role of central banking and supervision
Key speakers: Sheila Warren, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, David Marcus, Agustin Carstens, Valdis Dombrovskis, Neha Narula.