Crypto Valley Top 50: The Flood of Institutional Investments into Crypto – March 30, 2021
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
11:00 AM EST
The end of 2020 took the crypto market by storm with an exponential increase in the value of cryptocurrencies.
Major corporations and financial institutions, including MicroStrategy, BNY Mellon, MasterCard, and PayPal, got strongly involved with cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, BlackRock and an investment division at Morgan Stanley are exploring investing in Bitcoin.
Switzerland is one of the oldest and friendliest jurisdictions in the world when it comes to the regulation of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. It is the only jurisdiction in the world where it is possible to incorporate a company, pay taxes, and hire consultants using crypto.
Switzerland has established itself and evolved as a leading, innovative, and sustainable location for FinTech and DLT companies, with a strong network of service providers, such as Brokers, Crypto Banks, and Crypto Asset Managers.
Under the current circumstances, How has the flood of institutional investments been experienced in Crypto Valley? And what are the prospects for the near future?
Join Crypto Valley’s leading experts for a live debate on this topic!
– Crypto Valley Top 50 Report Ecosystem – Olaf Hannemann, Co-Founder at CV VC
– Message by Beat Bachman, Head of Economic Promotion Canton of Zug
– Market Overview – Rupertus Rothenhaeuser, CEO, Crypto Broker AG
Panel discussion and Q&A:
Rupertus Rothenhaeuser, CEO, Crypto Broker AG
Sina Meier, Managing Director at 21Shares
Philippe Meyer, Head of Blockchain Solutions, Avaloq
Romain Braud, Digital Assets Business Development Director, Arab Bank Switzerland
Sander Laugs, Head Institutional Clients, SEBA Bank AG
Moderator: Henri Arslanian, PwC Global Crypto Leader
The CV VC Top 50 is a periodical Report on market valuation developments from Crypto Valley, which includes Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The report highlights the diverse blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem which consists of startups, corporations, and government entities.