The planned Security Token Summit in Los Angeles in this month will be sponsored by Fincross International. The event will feature top investors, funds, entrepreneurs, banks, and service providers in the industry.
Goren Holm Group has been responsible for some of the world’s largest blockchain-related conferences. They hold the Security Token Summit, one of the largest digital securities industry events. They have just announced a sponsor for their special multi-day conference will take place on April 9th and 10th at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The prime sponsor of the event will be Fincross International.
The conference will build on the work done by the Security Token Future event in Singapore this year and Security Token Academy’s Industry Launch Event in NYC. Although not related, these conferences are needed for like-minded people in the space to meet and strategize.
Fincross International Is the Main Sponsor
The sponsor of the Security Token Summit, Fincross International, is has a publicized interest in blockchain technology. The bank is creating their own distributed banking ledger which will enable clients to enact instant settlements on the peer-to-peer-platform. The bank’s platform also hopes to create a whitelisted ecosystem which will keep track of investments, custody, and trading of digital and traditional assets.
Fincross International will also speak at the conference. They will be joined by notable other sponsors including: Ownera, Totle, American Airlines, Blockquake, and TokenSoft.
Previous speakers at conferences organized by the Goren Holm Group have had some big names as their keynote speakers. Names like Steve Wozniak, Tim Draper, Marcus Lemonis, and Mance Harmon were all invited to speak in the last few conferences on blockchain technology.
Be sure to follow the largest, most exclusive security token event in a week’s time. It will surely send ripples through the security token world.
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