Thank You

We would like to thank everyone who participated in the GDCC Forum 2014, the event was a huge success due to the efforts of all those who presented their ideas, attended the sessions or tuned in from around the world via the web.



FORUM HIGHLIGHTS

If you missed out on viewing the forum live, you can catch up on all the highlights here.


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Key Issues

The G20 Summit in Brisbane represents perhaps the most formal and concrete opportunity to discuss these issues to date. ADCCA is proud to host the first global conversation on these issues during the G20 with our counterpart associations in the global digital currency community.

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Sessions

Sessions will run on Sunday the 16th and Monday the 17th of November.

Further details will be provided closer to the event.

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Register

GDCC is seeking participation and delegations from leaders across government regulators, FinTech firms, technology companies, the financial sector and other relevant parties.

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Essential Information


Dates

16th and 17th of November 2014

Venues

CUSTOMS HOUSE BRISBANE, 399 Queen St, Brisbane QLD 4001


CLAYTON UTZ, Riperian Plaza, 71 Eagle St, Brisbane QLD 4001


Proudly hosted by The Australian Digital Currency Commerce Association during the G20 Summit


Forum Moderators

  • Mark Pesce

    Mark Pesce is an inventor, writer, entrepreneur, educator and broadcaster.

    Invited to deliver the opening keynote at SIBOS 2012 in Osaka, Pesce has worked with financial institutions ranging from Australia’s Suncorp to the World Bank, International Finance Corporation and SWIFT. As part of the 2014 G20 Summit on Financial Inclusion, Pesce keynoted the SME Finance Forum.

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  • Glen Frost

    Glen Frost is currently a member of the ADCCA Chairman’s Advisory Council on Digital Currencies.

    Glen is additionally an advisor to a number of FinTech startups, as well as a consultant to The Guardian, a global media publisher. Glen’s career has included stints with two global banks, Standard Chartered Bank in England, and Macquarie Bank in Australia.

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Speakers

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