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ACS Blockchain COI presents: Unlocking A Tokenised Future- The Role of Exchanges [Online]

Join us to hear from these leaders on what's been happening in the field and get an insight into what's coming next.

Event Start: Thu 16 Feb 06:00 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Thu 16 Feb 08:00 PM AEDT


Registration End Date: Thu 16 Feb 12:00 PM

Are you looking for some insights on how ‘tokenisation’ is heading to the market and helping to build a multi-trillion-dollar industry for a variety of sectors? If your answer is YES, please join us on Thursday 16 February to hear from the leaders&#39; who are now bringing platforms and products to the market that enables a tokenised economy, including the likes of Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and the Reserve Bank of Australia.   <br><br>The session is targeted to tech starters and professionals who are seeking to learn about the huge implications of the tokenised economy for a variety of sectors with the ability to increase liquidity, improve transaction efficiency, and enhance transparency and provability of assets. <br><br>Register now so you don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to hear from Ryan McCall, CEO of ZeroCap and Dennis Hoenig, Advisor at ASX.  This event will be hosted by Victorian Branch Community of Interest Committee Chair, Dolly Brtan. <br> <br><br><img alt="User-added image" src=";oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1674773956000"></img><br><br> 

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Ryan McCall

Ryan McCall

Ryan McCall, CEO of Zerocap

Ryan is responsible for driving the company forward to realise Zerocap’s vision: zero friction, borderless finance.

As a self-taught software engineer, Ryan has worked around financial services since 2006, having designed and delivered complex risk and pricing engines for international insurance and wealth management companies including Marsh, Willis, IAG, Findex, Hyperion and Generation Life.

With experience working across strategy, BA, solution architecture and delivery, Ryan is a digital native who specialises in bridging the gap between business and technical teams  

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Dennis Hoenig

Dennis Hoenig

Dennis Hoenig oversees engineering and operations for the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) platform at the ASX.

His 20+ year career has primarily focused on introducing and leading the implementation of new large-scale technologies into large global enterprises.

He has always had a passion for emerging technologies and more importantly deriving its fit for purpose.

Four years ago, he became fully absorbed in the DLT/Blockchain space and is a true believer in the value and utility this leading-edge technology can provide. 

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ACS Blockchain COI presents: Unlocking A Tokenised Future- The Role of Exchanges [Online]

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