Recap of the Crypto Assets Conference (CAC20B): Blockchain, DLT, Crypto Assets, Custody, DeFi, and the Digital Euro

Figure 1: Key facts and highlights of the CAC20B
Figure 2: Simon Seiter (Deutsche Börse) holding his presentation “Infrastructure for Digital Assets and Digital Securities” on October 29, 2020

Arrangement of the CAC20B in three different subject-related conference days

To account for the current dynamics in the crypto ecosystem and allow a defined thematic focus, we divided all the conference lectures into three different subject-related topics such as: (1) Digital Assets, Securities & Infrastructure; (2) Crypto and Custody; (3) Digital Euro and Stablecoins. The following links below will let you rewatch the whole conference for free.

Figure 3: Thematic arrangement of the CAC20B

Top-class sponsors and speakers

We are grateful for the 67 speakers on their contribution and support for this year’s Crypto Assets Conference, with that we were able to provide a well executed platform to discuss such as the ideas and visions to inspire hundreds of individuals around the world. We made sure to invite prominent speakers from Börse Stuttgart, Deutsche Bundesbank, TEN31 Bank, NÄGELE Rechtsanwälte, Deutsche Börse or the Libra Association; they all delivered a very inspiring keynote presentations on current developments in the industry and engaged in fireside chats and panel discussions.

Figure 4: Sponsors and speakers of the CAC20B

Presentations and Photos

In order to give the attendees the best chance to recapitulate the conference and to distribute the input of the speakers even further, we collected all presentations of this year’s conference and want to offer these collections to the participants. The following link will take you to the speakers’ slides:

Figure 5: Benjamin Duve, Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Simon Seiter, Raphael Polansky and Matthew van Niekerk (left to right) in a hybrid panel discussion on: “When will Digital Securities exist? Who will operate the infrastructure?”


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