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1 November 2019
09:00 To 17:00 GMT +01:00

Join Us at the First-Ever Tokenomicon

The Summit of Tokenomics

The global financial industry is set to pivot over the next few years as utility tokens inevitably fork into tokenized securities aka securitized tokens. This could wreak havoc on the financial system as we enter an entirely new epoch of how we look at money and its role in society.

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) have rewritten the rulebook by creating an entirely new asset class which can be a commodity, currency or security - and even sometimes all three. We are now seeing a situation where bottom-up liquidity is created by communities driving network value rather than top-down liquidity coming from central banks.

Is Satoshi Nakamoto's gift of Blockchain positioned to transform 5000 years of centralized ledgers and top-down economics? The cases for and against will be made at Tokenomicon 2018. This invitation-only summit offers an immersive programme for 150 of the world's most forward thinkers when it comes to cryptocurrencies, tokenomics, and the future of the global financial industry.

Tokenomicon’s mission is A More Equitable, Freer and Sustainable World Through Tokenomics. To achieve this, we will build a community of experts from diverse fields and backgrounds, wherein the only qualification needed to play is: are you among the best in your field? Tokenomicon 2018 will be headlined by Dr. John Clippinger, MIT scientist and renowned tokenomist. The two-day event will take place in the lead up to the Malta Blockchain Summit. Tokenomicon participants qualify for a VIP pass for this summit too.

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