Crypto Assets Conference in Frankfurt: Schedule and free tickets only here

  • CAC 2022, one of Europe’s leading digital assets conferences is set to happen next month on October 2022.
  • Speakers will be covering everything from new crypto developments to Web 3 and Metaverse, as well as crypto regulations.

As the fears of the COVID-19 pandemic subside this year in 2022, physical events have been catching up fast. The Crypto Assets Conference (CAC) for the year will be happening in Frankfurt on October 18 & 19 2022.

This is one of Europe’s leading digital assets conferences featuring a diverse range of industry experts and thought leaders who will be talking about crypto. As we know, the crypto market crashed in March 2020 as the pandemic broke out worldwide. However, the two years following have been phenomenal with the crypto industry rising to new heights.

The broader crypto market involving digital assets like Bitcoin and Ethereum has continued to mature. At the same time, DeFi and NFT protocols have been growing at a rapid speed. Besides, the industry is also shifting towards the new technological fad of the Metaverse. Lastly, the development of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) is catching a lot of steam, especially in Europe.

Reportedly over 300 guests at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management each day on-site and 5,000+ online attendees will be attending the Crypto Assets Conference 2022 next month. Veterans from some of the top academic and financial institutions have been called to deliver a keynote. Also, experts from the regulatory space will be sharing their opinion on how the industry plans to move to go ahead.

Although those attending the on-site event will need to get a ticket, for those streaming, by clicking this link, the charge will be 0€. The voucher code to get a free online ticket is “Crypto22”. You can either click on this link or use the voucher code. Only redeemable for Crypto News Flash readers.

Breakdown of the Two-Day CAC 2022 Event

The first day, October 18, of the two-day conference will involve discussions surrounding Bitcoin, Crypto Assets, Smart Contract Platform, DeFi, Metaverse, NFTs, and Inflation. When it comes to public cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, the panel will be discussing key areas of development, potential, and performance.

This year of 2022 has been a special year with new advancements such as the Ethereum Merge and the Cardano hardfork. Thus, we would get to hear expert opinions in this regard.

Furthermore, the panelists will be discussing the hottest topic of Web3 and the Metaverse. Not only crypto but the global tech space has been glued to developments happening in this sector. Besides, there will also be discussions around the rapid growth of the decentralized finance (DeFi) system explaining the potentials, risks, and outlook.

On the second day, October 19, will have discussions around Digital Securities, Digital Assets, Digital Euro, Infrastructure, MiCA, Custody, and Sustainability. thus the panelists on this day will be speaking in depth about “recent developments, new regulations, and tokenized assets, funds, and equity, Digital Euro”. They will also be speaking about crypto infrastructure and offering robust custodial services. Lastly, the panelists will talk about the most important topic of crypto’s impact on the environment.

The CAC 2022 will be a hybrid event with a live stream as well as on-site attendance. Investors, startup founders, financial organizations, employees working in crypto and blockchain, etc. can attend the event. As mentioned, those live streaming will enjoy the event free of charge.

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