Impact of the Ukraine War on Bitcoin & Crypto Assets
On 23 March 2022, the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center has organised a short-term panel with experts from the crypto sector to discuss the impact of the war on Bitcoin & Co. on the occasion of the current situation in Ukraine.
Who is the panel interesting for?
- Anyone interested in decentralised finance, personal finance and DLT.
- Thought leaders from the private banking and finance sector
- Asset and wealth managers who already manage crypto assets in their portfolios or plan to add them to their portfolios
- Portfolio managers of hedge funds, pension plans and private investment firms
- Mutual funds, asset managers and private investors with an interest in digital assets
- Advisors with a focus on capital markets and digitalisation
- Researchers and academics who want to gain insight into blockchain-based decentralised finance
- Prof Dr Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center (moderator)
- Unser PayTechLaw author und PayTechTalk host Alireza Siadat, Annerton
- Seamus Donoghue, Metaco
- Frank Wagner, Invao
- Valentin Kalinov, ITSA
- 14:00 – Welcome and introductory words (Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center)
- 14:05 – Introduction of the speakers (Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School Blockchain Center)
- 14:10 – Start of the panel discussion: Traditional finance vs. DeFi and Bitcoin: How do they fit together?
- 15:00 – End of the online panel
About the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center (FSBC) is a think tank and research center primarily focusing on the implications of blockchain technology for companies and businesses. In addition to the development of blockchain prototypes, the center offers a platform for the exchange of knowledge and thought for decision-makers and startups as well as technology and industry experts. The FSBC sets new research impulses and develops education programs for students and executives. The center concentrates primarily on the areas of banking, energy, mobility, and the manufacturing industry.