04 – 05 October
PayExpo Europe is the UK’s largest and most influential cards and payments event showcasing the latest technology and innovation to banks, retailers, gaming groups, government, transport operators and mobile network operators.
Recognizing excellence in the payments industry.
10 – 11 October
ATM & Cyber Security 2017 (formerly ‘ATM Security’) is the world’s leading conference focused on physical and logical ATM security. This year’s event is expected to attract a record 400+ delegates, representing more than 150 organizations from over 40 countries worldwide.
ICO EVENT LONDON ADDRESSES THE ISSUES OF ICO LAUNCHING AND INVESTING INTO CRYPTOCURRENCY TOKENS, MARKET ANALYSIS, BEST PRACTICE EXAMINATION, EXPERT OPINIONS, REVIEW OF PROSPECTS.
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Kiev is a unique conference designed to answer such questions as what Blockchain is, why it is needed and why Ukraine stands a good chance of becoming the ideological center of the global Blockchain & Bitcoin community.
16 – 19 October
Under the theme of ‘Building for the Future’, the 2017 conference programme will study the industry’s burning issues, including cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence (AI), the impact of geopolitical and regulatory shifts, and data and identity.
In 2015, we launched the first Blockchain Conference in London. Our aim was to bring senior figures in finance, tech, government, venture capital and start-ups into a room and discuss Blockchain/DLT beyond Bitcoin. Shortly after that, we took the show on the road to New York, Hong Kong, Dublin, Amsterdam, Washington D.C., San Francisco and Tel Aviv.
8. Money 20/20
22 – 25 October
Las Vegas, USA
Join us on October 22-25, 2017 and meet with innovators and leaders focused on disruptive ways consumers and businesses manage, spend and borrow money.
The Cryptocurrency boom and the rise of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) have been rapidly redefining the makeup of the finance and investment industries. But with US and China recently issuing their respective rulings, it is clear that regulators around the world are struggling to get to grips with the nature of ICOs, the risks and possibilities involved, and the means to introduce them under regulatory control without stifling innovation.