The Fintech.li 2023 Conference is scheduled for Sep. 11 to 12 in Schaan, Liechtenstein.
Under the theme of “Drawing the dots – shaping the NEXT HUMAN agenda,” the event will bring together industry experts, thought leaders, investors, scientists, and entrepreneurs to explore the latest trends, investments, regulations, and opportunities in the blockchain and fintech sectors.
Fintech.li 2023 conference connects traditional and decentralized finance to build a comprehensive financial ecosystem and unleash society’s potential.
Fintech.li 2023 will have renowned speakers leading the blockchain revolution such as Peter Grosskopf (Unstoppable Finance), Patrick Hansen (Circle), Christian Angermayer (Apeiron Invest), Marta Piekarska-Geater (ConsenSys), Paul Kohlhaas (vitaDAO), Stefan George (Gnosis DAO), Marc P. Bernegger (Maximon), Julien Bouteloup (stake Capital), Isabell M. Welpe (TUM Munich), Delphine Forma (BitMEX), Franz Bergmüller (SEBA Bank), and other leaders.
As part of the conference, a Startup Showcase will put early-stage startups in the spotlight. This opportunity allows fintech and web3 innovators to present their ideas and projects. Startups can apply to shape the future of the industry. Investors can visit to check out exciting startups.
Following the success of the 2022 conference, where traditional institutions acknowledged the potential of defi, Fintech.li 2023 aims to strengthen this connection even further. Their objective is to facilitate the transformation of the traditional financial industry into a hybrid ecosystem that combines the strengths of decentralized finance (defi), traditional finance (tradfi), and centralized finance (cefi). By embracing this collaborative approach rather than a divisive one, the future financial ecosystem can be built on a foundation of innovation and cooperation.
Europe is looking towards web3 as a promising way to achieve digital sovereignty. Fintech.li 2023 acknowledges its potential to transform the region’s economy.
With the European Union leading in the crypto economy, with over $1 trillion in transactions, the region is well-positioned to capitalize on its advanced and synchronized regulations to gain a competitive advantage in the global market.
Additionally, the EU’s MiCA framework for crypto-assets sets a high standard for the world, further cementing Europe’s position as a major player in the ever-changing financial landscape.