nChain’s Jack Davies tackles challenges of blockchain payments at Future of Money and Digital Payments
How can businesses maximize the opportunities in this changing financial landscape? That is one of the questions that will be discussed at the upcoming Future of Money and Digital Payments event in London on November 7.
The event, which is gearing up to be one of the most informative gathering related to digital payments, is hosted by Acuity Law and will include some prominent speakers with significant experience in the digital asset world: Principal speaker Nigel Dean of My PinPad will address future payment systems and payment services regulation, while Paul Harwood of Wallet Systems will discuss privacy and the challenges involved in ensuring that proper identity is established in a digital economy.
Another member of the panel that will provide a great deal of insight on digital payments is Jack Davies of nChain. Davies is a research and development scientist in blockchain technology at nChain, and has written several articles about the use of blockchain technology, and how it will play a significant role within the digital payment systems. In fact, Davies is considered one of the leading experts when it comes to Bitcoin SV (BSV).
Most of his recent work has been focused on technologies built using Bitcoin, and Davies has been looking to add utility and increase on-chain transaction volume and has been a leading developer in the Metanet project. At The Future of Money and Digital Payments, Davies will discuss the challenges presented by new blockchain payment systems—and whether BSV, Ethereum 2.0 and other cryptos can scale up to financial services.
The event will tackle the ongoing revolution in the financial industry, and how the sector is working to change how money transfers are handled. There will be a detailed discussion on digital platforms and how updated regulations are creating a number of great opportunities for new entrants to get into the market, offering them the opportunity to challenge those who have been the established authorities.
It is expected that these changes will have a dramatic impact on the banking industry and payment services, as electronic money and digital currencies are becoming increasingly popular. Those who are informed about these kinds of assets will have a clear advantage over others, as the financial markets seem to be moving towards these crypto assets.
Register to attend The Future of Money and Digital Payments, hosted by Acuity Law, at Home House in London on November 7.