BlockShow, one of the largest blockchain events in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries, will oversee discussions on blockchain and cryptocurrency for a five-day hybrid online and offline event hosted by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. The event will run from December 7 to 11, and participants will have 24/7 online access to the conferences.

As the ‘Media Partner’ for Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) 2020, BlockShow will bring together some of the best blockchain leaders to discuss blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. Discussions covering blockchain and cryptocurrencies are expected to advance the global fintech community in this new technology landscape. This can spur further innovation and technology adoption in the fintech industry.

The Singapore Fintech Festival 2019 was a hit with more than 60,000 people from 140 countries, including government officials, banks, companies, startups and investors.

In July, BlockShow also hosted a blockchain and cryptocurrency online conference called Unitize, which attracted more than 10,000 participants. Some of the industry leaders, including Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin and former CFTC chairman Chris Giancarlo, were part of the speaker list.

While Unitize has primarily focused on blockchain and cryptocurrency innovation, MAS FinTech Festival has embraced financial technology more broadly by presenting a discussion of blockchain and cryptography in major FinTech forums, BlockShow will drastically develop blockchain technology as well as cryptocurrencies.

The central bank and the government of Singapore have been at the forefront of blockchain innovation, and their partnership with BlockShow only strengthens their efforts to drive the adoption of blockchain technology.

MAS CFO Sopnendu Mohanti said that merging with BlockShow for the blockchain and cryptocurrency sectors at the event will help build a strong range of industry leaders. He said the results of the discussions “will facilitate further collaboration on the use of the blockchain to support business goals and post-pandemic recovery goals in 2021.”

Source: CoinTelegraph