In the bustling world of fintech, few topics have garnered as much attention as digital assets. As we edge closer to SIBOS 2023 in Toronto, the anticipation is palpable. Digital assets, once a niche subject, are now at the forefront of the global financial ecosystem, with the Toronto fintech scene a testament to their meteoric rise.
In the bustling world of fintech, few topics have garnered as much attention as digital assets. As we edge closer to SIBOS 2023 in Toronto, the anticipation is palpable. Digital assets, once a niche subject, are now at the forefront of the global financial ecosystem, with the Toronto fintech scene a testament to their meteoric rise. For those preparing to delve deep into SIBOS discussions, this guide aims to provide a foundational understanding and highlight what’s to come.
Digital assets are more than just buzzwords; they’re transforming how we think about finance, assets, and transactions. But what exactly are they? At their core, digital assets represent value in a digital format. This can range from cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to digital art, intellectual property, and much more. They’ve become crucial due to their ability to provide secure, transparent, and swift transactions, reshaping the contours of the global financial landscape.
Historically, SIBOS has been a bellwether for the financial industry’s shifting trends and priorities. And in recent years, digital assets have moved from the periphery to the centre stage. From initial exploratory panels to full-fledged discussions on integration and regulation, the increasing prominence of digital assets in SIBOS discussions underscores their growing significance in global finance. We had published last year our thoughts on LinkedIn on the prominence of Digital Assets and Sustainability as two key themes. We had the honour to be welcomed as featured speakers twice.
Our Commercial Director Eddie, had presented on the Discover Stage the next waves of crypto adoption led by tech, sustainability, education, compliance, and what should banks and fintechs be thinking about in preparing their organisations for the next wave of institutionally-led crypto adoption.
The future of digital assets is not on the horizon, it is here. As we move into a post-pandemic world, the focus is on how these assets will shape the new normal. Key areas to watch include:
SIBOS 2023 is set to be a watershed moment for digital assets. For attendees keen on deep-diving into this domain, several panels and speakers are a must-attend. Topic areas include discussions focusing on the integration of digital assets in mainstream finance, the role of the Toronto fintech scene in pioneering innovations, and the global regulatory shifts that will shape the future of digital assets. And of course, don’t forget to look out for Zumo, where our CEO Nick Jones will speak about the new convergence of digital assets, sustainability and regulation. You can find out more about the digital asset, crypto and CBDC agenda at Sibos 2023 below:
As Toronto gears up to host SIBOS 2023, the global financial community is on the cusp of defining moments. Digital assets, with their transformative potential, will undeniably be at the heart of many deliberations. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a curious newcomer, understanding the evolving landscape of digital assets is pivotal. So, buckle up and prepare for a deep dive into the future of finance at SIBOS 2023!