SolidBlock Attending AIBC Summit on The Evolution of Token Offerings & Regulation Across Europe

The AIBC Summit, produced by SiGMA Group, based in Malta, is a world-class event taking place in Malta, between the 24th and the 25th of November 2020. 

The summit is one of the leading events globally for blockchain, AI, crypto, big data and other innovative technologies. An elite selection of influential brands and individuals, including delegates, thought leaders, and policymakers from across the globe, meet to discuss shaping the future. 

The summit combines a virtual expo floor with 150 big-name international exhibitors, a start-up village for new businesses, and conferences & workshops where 100 key individuals from the different sectors will be speaking.

On the 25th, the 2nd day of the summit, Yael Tamar, SolidBlock’s CMO and Partner, will be attending the panel of The Evolution of Token Offerings and Regulation Across Europe, alongside distinguished colleagues such as Joseph F Borg – Partner at WH, Alex Nascimento – Co-Founder of UCLA Blockchain Lab and James Gatto – Partner at Sheppard Mullin. Yael will be taking the stage at 9:20 AM CET to share her expertise on digital securities regulations and requirements worldwide and the measures platforms like SolidBlock are undertaking to ensure full compliance.

Interested in participating in the summit and hearing Yael speak? Click HERE to buy a ticket.

Are you an investor or a real estate broker? Let’s talk about the options SolidBlock can offer you on your road to success in tokenizing real estate – just click here to set up a call with one of SolidBlock’s partners.  

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