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Wall Street and The Internet Of Money
Where leading blockchain experts, funds, investment professionals, exchanges and regulators discuss crypto assets and their impact on financial markets.
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March 22, 2018 | New York, Intercontinental Hotel Times Square
Wall Street and The Internet Of Money
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Jack Tatar
Jack is co-author with Chris Burniske of "Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond" (McGraw Hill, 2017). Jack is an angel investor and advisor to start-ups in the cryptoasset space and is a leading market researcher, business owner, author of retirement and finance books, and publisher (People Tested Media).

Jack runs a leading market research firm, GEM Research Solutions, which provides market research services to all size businesses in numerous industries. With a focus on financial services, Jack speaks with over 1000 employees, clients and consumers each year through GEM's core qualitative research business conducting focus groups, executive interviews and managing online panels and forums.
Miko Matsumura
As chief Evangelist for the Java Language and Platform he participated in the first wave of the Internet, and is now fully engaged in the crypto-fueled Internet of value. As a 25 year operating exec in Silicon Valley, he has raised over $50 million in venture capital for Open Source startups and over $110M in ICO capital.
Frances Stacy
Mrs. Stacy is a Director of Portfolio Strategy at Optimal Capital Advisors. She is a regularly featured commentator on Fox Business News, where she speaks on Federal Reserve and central bank policy.
Michael Terpin
Michael Terpin co-founded BitAngels (www.bitangels.co), the world's first angel network for digital currency start-ups, Bitcoin Syndicate, the largest bitcoin investor syndicate on AngelList, CoinAgenda, MarketWire; Advised to 50+ ICOs.
Jeffrey Tucker
Distinguished Honorary Member of Mises Brazil, research fellow at the Acton Institute, policy adviser of the Heartland Institute, founder of the CryptoCurrency Conference, member of the editorial board of the Molinari Review, an advisor to the blockchain application builder Factom, and author of five books.
Daniel Aranda
Daniel is Managing Director of Business Development at Ripple. He drives the company's partnerships with payments companies, digital financial services providers and beyond. As one of Ripple's earliest employees, Daniel has helped shape the company's vision, strategy and growth. Prior to Ripple, Daniel worked in investment banking focusing on the technology industry and studied at the University of Pennsylvania.
Alex Mashinsky
Alex is a serial entrepreneur and founder of seven New York City-based startups, raising more than $1 billion and exiting over $3 billion. Alex founded two of New York City's top 10 venture-backed exits since 2000: Arbinet, with a 2004 IPO that had a market capitalization of over $750 million; and Transit Wireless, valued at $1.2 billion.
Jan van Eck
Mr. van Eck is the Chief Executive Officer and President at Market Vectors ETF Trust. He has created a variety of international, emerging markets, and commodity-related investment strategies in mutual fund, ETF, and alternative investment formats.
Thejas Nalval
Thejas Nalval is a director within the Portfolio Management team at Element Digital Asset Management. He brings over 10 years of experience in trading and risk management. Prior to joining the Element Group, he spent three years at a boutique inter-dealer broker as the lead trading strategist. Prior to that, he worked as a risk manager at JP Morgan for the US cash and equity derivative businesses
Andrew Keys
Andrew comes to ConsenSys with capital markets, technology, and entrepreneurial experience. Previously, Andrew worked for UBS investment bank in equities analysis. Later, he was responsible for creation and distribution of life settlement products to hedge funds and investment banks. After, he co-founded a revenue cycle management company where he learned about Bitcoin and eventually Ethereum.
John Patrick Mullin
He currently works as a Senior Buy-Side Research Analyst at Guotai Junan Securities focusing his research on: Fintech & Blockchain, AI and Robotics, Electric Vehicles, Edtech, Clean & Renewable Energy; FinTech Connector Location Coordinator; blogger for LinkedIn China; Contributor at Cointelegraph
Jonathan Nelson
Founder largest global network of tech founders 300,000+ members across 115 cities and 45 countries. Created Silicon Valley's only Founders Co-operative. Worked with the White House and Mayor Bloomberg's administration to promote Startup Visa, and comprehensive immigration reform. Lecturer at Berkeley and Stamford.
David Schulz
Previously Mr. Schulz was the director of FX products at CME Group from 2003-2012. Previous to that he was an independent trader on the CME trading floor, trading foreign exchange and equities from 2000-2003. From 1980-2000 he was VP of Foreign Exchange at Merrill Lynch.
Mike McGlone
Mike used to be Head of US Research at ETF Securities. He's a frequent guest on CNBC, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg. Mike has over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, including Chief Investment Strategist at Lyford Group International Ltd. (a global macro hedge fund).
Paul Johnson
Paul launched FinTech Think Tank in January 2018 to provide advisory services to companies and governments on issues related to digital currency, ICOs, and regulatory policy.
Mr. Johnson has 35 years of experience as an investment professional and 25 years as a business school professor. Paul analyzed all sectors of the technology industry in his 20 years as a sell-side research analyst and has participated in more than 100 venture capital investments and investment banking transactions in his career.
David Young
Prior to joining Gemini, David was the Chief Operations Officer (COO) for AlphaMetrix Group, LLC. From 2002 until 2010, David was responsible for creating, implementing, and overseeing the operations and service offering of Spectrum Global Fund Administration, LLC. Prior to 2002, he gained significant experience in the operations of two Chicago-based hedge funds. From 1998 to 2002, David was the COO of Midland Trading, LLC. From 1989 until 1998, he worked for Fenchurch Capital Management, LLC and upon his departure was the firm's Chief Financial Officer.
Seddik Meziani
Seddik Meziani has an extensive academic, corporate and consulting experience. As a recognized expert on ETFs, he is frequently invited to speak on the subject. He is the sole author of a book titled Exchange-Traded Funds as an Investment Option published by Palgrave/Macmillan.
Simon Riveles
Simon represents alternative investment funds, including hedge, private equity and venture capital funds in a broad range of matters relating to their structuring, formation, corporate governance, operations and regulatory compliance. His clients include SEC and state registered investment advisers, commodity pool operators, broker dealers, and managers based in foreign jurisdiction; Launched in excess of 175 funds since 2011.
Ronnee Ades
Ronnee is the founder of RAA Consulting Services, an independent consulting firm focused on providing intelligence on Indexing & ETFs, and career guidance in the financial services industry; Director of Career Management for the Master of Quantitative Finance Program at Rutgers Business School where she guides students through a customized series of lectures, workshops and other activities to educate, develop, and assist them in establishing their career path in the challenging and changing field of Finance.
Michael Imerman, Ph.D.
Theodore A. Lauer Distinguished Professor of Investments & Assistant Professor, Lehigh University. Dr. Imerman has presented his research internationally and has been invited to speak at the Federal Reserve, the SEC, and some of the most prestigious banking and risk management conferences. Before coming to academia, Imerman worked as an analyst on Wall Street supporting bond and credit derivative trading desks.
Dennis Schall
Mr. Schall specializes in auditing and consulting hedge fund and investment advisors with complex investments and financial reporting matters. He advises clients beginning with the start-up phase and continuing through the life of a fund.
Dave Smith, Ph.D., CFA, CMA
Professor Smith's teaching and research interests include corporate finance and investments. Along with co-author and UAlbany alumnus William Desormeau, he received the Financial Frontiers Award for excellence in research from the Financial Planning Association and Janus-Intech. He is Associate Editor (Finance and Accounting) for the Journal of Business Research.
Edward Stringham, Ph.D.
Edward Peter Stringham is the Davis Professor of Economic Organizations and Innovation at Trinity. Stringham is editor of the Journal of Private Enterprise, president of the American Institute for Economic Research. A frequent guest on Fox and a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal.
Albert Neubert
Formerly, Mr. Neubert was Senior Director for Global Marketing & Business Development at Dow Jones Indexes and STOXX. Before his assignment with Dow Jones, he was responsible for the S&P Indexes global business development at Standard & Poor's Financial Information Services, a division of the McGraw-Hill Companies.
Tim McCourt
Tim McCourt serves as CME Group's Managing Director and Global Head of Equity Products and Alternative Investments. He is responsible for leading the company's global Equity Index product line. He also serves on the S&P Dow Jones Indices U.S. Advisory Panel. Before joining CME Group in 2013, McCourt worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland, where he was responsible for building and managing the Americas Index and Delta One trading book.
What To Expect
Networking
  • Meet with Banks, ICO Projects and Advisors, ETF Funds, Exchanges, Blockchain, Software and Data Providers, Academia, Government Agencies and Media.

  • Exchange ideas with a variety of thought leaders and influencers from the investment and crypto assets communities.
Branding
  • Be on the cutting-edge of the crypto space with a forward-looking agenda focused on BLOCKCHAIN/CRYPTO ASSETS/INVESTING.

  • Present your brand at a sophisticated, high quality event in NYC with global reach.
Experiencing
  • Tap into new opportunities to grow your network, your knowledge and your business.

  • Hear from an impressive mix of speakers covering Blockchain and crypto assets and their impact on Wall Street today and into the future.

  • Participate in opportunities to ask YOUR questions.
Industry Experts and Speakers
Co-author, Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin & Beyond
Author, CoinDesk Advisory Board, MIT Media Lab
Reporter at Wall Street Journal
Co-founder of iXledger; MIT Media Lab
Managing Director at Dioreum Foundation
Director at Optimal Capital Advisors

Founder and CEO, Transform Group

Editorial Director of the American Institute for Economic Research; CLO at Liberty.me
MD at Ripple
Senior Editor at Bloomberg Gadfly
Founder at Celsius Foundation
CEO at VanEck Securities Corp
Co-founder at ConsenSys Capital
President at Gemini Hedge Fund Services
Director of Research at Trade.io; Cointelegraph Contributor

SEC Advisory Board; Hack Fund

Senior Research Fellow at American Institute for Economic Research
Partner at Potomac Law Group
Portfolio Manager at The Element Group
Director at CBOE Futures Exchange

Managing Director at CME Group
Owner of Intangible Economics
Principal at Jeanensis Capital Markets
Writer at Bloomberg Intelligence
Professor at Columbia and Fordham Universities

Partner at Baker Botts LLP
Professor at Montclair State University
Partner at Riveles Wahab LLP
Professor at Rutgers University; RAA Consulting Services
Professor at Lehigh University

Partner at Marcum LLP
Professor at Georgetown University
Professor at University at Albany - SUNY
Professor at Trinity College, President of the American Institute for Economic Research

President at AS Neubert Index Business Consulting
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Attendees
Wall Street Professionals
Fund Managers
Advisors
Financial Institutions
Exchanges
Banks
Broker Dealers
Regulatory Entities
Auditors
Custodians
Administrators
Lawyers
Regulators
Blockchain Experts/ Funds/ Investors
Existing Projects
Crypto Hedge Funds
Venture Capital Funds
ICO Advisors
ICOs
Valuation Experts
ETF Providers
Academia and Media
Bloggers
Reporters
Media providers
Professors
Paul Vigna
Co-author of "The Truth Machine: The Blockchain and the Future of Everything". Wall Street Journal Contributor, covering equities and the economy. Previously a writer and editor of the MarketTalk column in DowJones Newswires, he has been a guest on the Fox Business Network, CNN, the BBC, and the John Batchelor radio show. He has been interviewed by Bitcoin magazine and appeared on the Bitcoins & Gravy podcast.
Max Gulker
His primary research areas are applied microeconomics and industrial organization. Max previously worked as an economist for Keystone Strategy, supporting expert testimony for antitrust and intellectual property litigation in high tech industries. Prior to that, he worked on financial litigation matters with NERA Economic Consulting. Max holds a PhD in economics from Stanford University and a BA in economics from the University of Michigan.
Ken Goodwin
Ken Goodwin's financial services and capital markets experiences spans over 20 years. He served as National Senior Manager overseeing broker dealer and asset management at a top tax/audit/advisory firm. He also served as Vice President at two major bulge bracket firms.

He worked at the Japan Financial Service Agency's International Policy Department and served on both the Asia Basel II working group and Tokyo Capital Markets Seminar roundtable. While working at the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Ken monitored Japanese Government Bonds on the trading floor. He was the 1st non-Japanese to monitor JGBs from the trading floor. Ken has also worked at the Japan Diet and participated with major foreign asset managers and banks in discussion regarding the $1.3 trillion dollar Japan postal reform system build out
Stephen Gandel
Stephen Gandel is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering equity markets. He was previously a deputy digital editor for Fortune and an economics blogger at Time. He has also covered finance and the housing market.
Peter Earle
Economist/economic analyst specializing in financial markets, monetary policy, game economies/virtual markets and cryptocurrencies with over 20 years of experience. His published writing has been featured in, among other sites, Business Insider, ZeroHedge.com and EconomicPolicyJournal.com
Cristina Dolan
Co-Founder and COO of iXLedger, an MIT Media Lab alumna and Internet pioneer with over two decades of experience building software, Internet, AI and FinTech related businesses. Ms. Dolan held executive roles at Disney, Hearst, IBM and Oracle.
Jack Tatar
Jag DeSaint is a leader of the firm's Global Investment Initiative practice in North America. Prior to joining Dioreum, Jag DeSaint was with a European Pension Systems as Global Investment Managing Director and served on firm's Investment Committee, managing the firm's global 54 Billion Dollar investment activities in the areas of private equity, real estate, infrastructure, energy and financial services.

Jag DeSaint has served with as European Central Bank as Political and Monetary Policy Advisor, regulation framework architect and Policy Implementation for Eastern Europe.
Michael Casey
Currently Senior Advisor to the Digital Currency Initiative at the MIT Media Lab, Casey has two decades of experience as a journalist—most recently as a senior columnist at The Wall Street Journal, covering digital currency, global finance, and economics. In addition to co-authoring The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Challenging the Global Economic Order—a "timely and colorful book [that] is a rewarding place to learn it all" (The New York Times) and "the most thorough and readable account of the short life of this controversial currency" (The Washington Post)—and hundreds of bylines at WSJ, he has written for Foreign Policy, The Washington Post, The Financial Times and many other publications. He is also the author of two prior books: The Unfair Trade: How Our Broken Financial System Destroys the Middle Class and Che's Afterlife: The Legacy of an Image.
Douglas Bonner
Douglas Bonner has more than 25 years of experience representing wireline and wireless providers, cable TV, VoIP and broadcast companies in regulatory matters before the FCC, FTC, DOJ, U.S. Department of Commerce/NTIA, DOT/NHTSA and other federal agencies, and in state regulatory proceedings, as well as in telecommunications-related litigation. His practice ranges from litigating telecommunications industry disputes and defending regulatory enforcement proceedings to advising clients on mergers & acquisitions.
James Angel
Professor Angel specializes in the structure and regulation of financial markets around the world, and he has visited over 50 financial exchanges around the world. His current research focuses on short selling and regulation. He teaches undergraduate, MBA, and executive courses, including Financial Crises: Past Present and Future. Other courses include Financial Markets, World Equity Markets and Regulation in Financial Markets.
J. Bradley Bennett
J. Bradley Bennett recently re-joined the firm's White Collar Practice after serving as Executive Vice President, Chief of Enforcement, of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) from January 2011 - January 2017. In that capacity, Mr. Bennett directed investigations and brought formal FINRA disciplinary actions against firms and their associated persons for violations of FINRA rules and federal securities laws.
AGENDA
Regulating Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
• Eliminating the middleman
• Taxation
• Investors' impact
Is a Cryptocurrency Really a Currency?
Meet the criteria for sovereign currency?
• The three roles of a currency
• Transaction cost issues
• Implications
Futures Trading of Bitcoin
Exchanges, Trades
• CME and CBOE updates
• Volume and Volatility
• Determining the Fair Value
Raising Capital Using Cryptocurrency
ICO's
• Alternative to Traditional VCs
• Investor Profile
• SEC Regulations
Cryptocurrency Funds and ETFs
• Creation
• Regulation
• Issues To Be Resolved
Cryptoassets - Valuation
Approaches / Models
• Current Approaches
• Evolving Models
• Short-term Technical Indicators
The Cryptocurrency Ecosystem
Creating the ecosystem
• Crypto Storage, Custodians
• Cyber Security
• Need for Self-Regulation
Existential Risks
Attacks, Regulations, Capacity
• Avenues of Attack
• Governments
• Supranational Protocols
Data
Existential Risks
• Fund data for research and prediction
• Data Mining
• Research
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About the company
CryptoWorld Co is dedicated to providing comprehensive educational forums in the rapidly growing blockchain technology and crypto asset markets . The company is led by finance and investment industry veterans:
Senior Partner

President at AS Neubert Index Business Consulting
Senior Partner
Professor at Rutgers University;
RAA Consulting Services
WhitePark Capital; Russell Investments
The CryptoWorld team has spent many years working within the eco-system of retail and institutional investors, and partnering with the world's leading academics and industry practitioners to provide leading edge educational solutions for practical implementation and commercial success.

With the meteoric rise in the use of blockchain technology and the resultant growth in crypto assets, investors are bombarded with information and misinformation about the asset class, the investment products, and a reliable approach to valuation. At the same time, funds, exchanges and regulators are grappling with the same issues as they seek to find protections and solutions for market participants around the world.

The team at CryptoWorld will address these issues and more in the inaugural "Wall Street and the Internet of Money" Conference in New York City on March 22, 2018. Our agenda features a world-class speaker faculty in an interactive format to promote dialogue and debate, and a stimulating learning environment for attendees. There is ample networking time devoted to meeting directly with the speaker faculty as well as the many industry participants that will be in attendance.
Partners
Book signings sponsored by Rutgers Business School!
Cryptoassets:
The Innovative Investor's Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond

Jack Tatar and Chris Burniske

The Truth Machine:
The Blockchain and the Future of Everything

Michel Casey and Paul Vigna
Jamie Dimon
СЕО at JP Morgan
I "regret" my now infamous criticism of bitcoin, in which I called the cryptocurrency a "fraud"
Bill Gates
Co-founder of the Microsoft Corporation
Bitcoin is a technological tour the force
Leon Luow
Nobel Peace prize nominee
Every informed person needs to know about Bitcoin because it might be one of the world's most important developments
Larry Summers
US Former Treasury Secretary
I'm reasonably confident … that the blockchain will change a great deal of financial practice and exchange," adding that his bet on the future of finance would see "40 years from now, blockchain and all that followed from it will figure more prominently in that story than will bitcoin.
Peter Thiel
Co-Founder of Paypal
I do think Bitcoin is the first [encrypted money] that has the potential to do something like change the world
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