Family Office & High Net Worth Investments in Blockchain & CryptoCurrencies
In April 2018, DC Finance held in NYC the first family office Blockchain conference in the world, featuring some of the field’s leading names. With partners like Reed Smith and BDO; speakers like Tim Draper, Barry Silbert, Ari Paul, Microsoft, Fidelity, HP and others, we delivered fascinating discussions on Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and the world of ICOs. Now, we are excited to present The Dallas Family Office Blockchain conference.
Our conference will explore and discuss the emerging world of Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and ICO’s. Is it the dotcom bubble all over again or the next big disruptor – the internet of value? is it the next tulips or the next revolution?
Unlike so many great events in the Blockchain space, DC Finance is a family office group that in a private setting, invites our families to look into the risks and opportunities in this fascinating space. Our Dallas event will end a series of family office Blockchain events beginning in London, October 4th (www.london-blockchain.co.uk) followed by NYC, November 13th (www.nyc-blockchain.com).
The meeting will explore the future of cryptocurrencies and take a look at the growing number of Blockchain based technology companies (media, gaming, fintech, AI, P2P, clean-tech, marketplaces, hardware, base protocols, security, social and more). In addition, we will also answer questions on the nature of ICOs – how it works, the future of ICOs and the pitfalls to be watchful of, where the opportunities lie and what should be avoided, legal and accounting issues (evaluation, bookkeeping etc.), how do the regulators/lawmakers/tax authorities view and approach the space and on the other end – what is the advisers’ point of view.
We will map and explain the world of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies by also looking at the different point of views of various experts and from the leading investors in the field – VCs, family offices and the field’s top experts – academia, entrepreneurs, legal advisers and CPAs.