Future Money Conference (India) 2016
It took mankind thousands of years to move from cowry shells to Government backed paper currency. This 3000-year evolution pales in comparison to the explosive growth in virtual currencies, blockchain implementations and financial technologies that we have seen in the last few years.
This rapid change in the global money ecosystem has implications for all of us - from Governments looking to clamp down on money laundering, tax evasion and terrorist funding to banks looking to understand the implications of the blockchain technology. From law enforcement looking to clamp down on the Mafia using Bitcoin to businesses looking for faster and cheaper ways to receive and transfer money globally. To discuss the future of Virtual currencies, Blockchain & Financial Technologies, the Future Money Conference brings together thought leaders from the industry, law enforcement and Government.
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Future Money Conference (India) 2016 is organized by Asian School of Cyber Laws with Blackarrow Conferences as event partner. Born in 1999, Asian School of Cyber Laws are a global pioneer in cyber law & cyber crime investigation. We work with Governments, Corporates, and Enforcement agencies across the world.
In 2015 we co-organized the hugely successful c4 - Conference on Cyber Crime Control, 2015 along with:
+ the Home Department, Government of Maharashtra,
+ Cyber Crime Wing of the Mumbai Police,
+ IIT Bombay.
The knowledge partner for c4 was the National Payments Corporation of India.
Shri Devendra Fadnavis, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra inaugurated c4 - Conference on Cyber Crime Control, 2015.
View details of c4 - Conference on Cyber Crime Control
"With its potential to fight counterfeiting, the 'blockchain' is likely to bring about a major transformation in the functioning of financial markets, collateral identification (land records for instance) and payments system." Reserve Bank of India
"2015 has turned blockchain into something the industry has to live with. It is no longer a choice anymore." Visa Europe