Aten Coin 2015 Conference
October 27 is an important day to mark in your event calendars, as this is the day during which the first Aten Coin 2015 Conference will take place in Warsaw. According to the information we have received, there will be over 100 influential guests in attendance, representing the Polish financial, business, and banking sectors.
During this one day event, most of the focus will be on Aten Coin, the AtenPay.com platform, and how the teams expect to shape the future. A word of welcome from Marcus Andrade, founder of the National Aten Coin Foundation, will kick things off at 9 in the morning.
The first panel of the day will see some of the most influential minds in the Polish financial world talking about the safety of Aten Coin as a digital currency. As we learnt yesterday, Aten Coin prides itself on being fully compliant with regulations, preventing money laundering, terrorism and theft.
Considering how not just anybody can get involved in Aten Coin – as there is a strict application and verification process involved – the digital currency seems to be on the right track to avoid unwanted attention. It will be interesting to see how the Polish Financial Supervision Authority feels about this situation, though.
Digital Currency Compliance is the topic of panel number two, which will talk at length about the regulatory framework for digital currency right now. Poland seems to be fairly open-minded to the concept of digital currency, despite this form of transferring monetary value not being controlled by governments or central banks.
After the first coffee break has come to pass, Marcus Andrade will do a feature presentation on Aten Coin and AtenPay, as both projects are bringing something new to the table. Digital currencies are often referred to as speculative investment vehicles and are treated as such, due to their accessibility. Aten Coin can only be purchased through the AtenPay platform, making it somewhat unique and creating a tighter ecosystem.
Panel number three – taking place after the hour-long lunch & networking break – will touch upon the subject of Chances, threats, and future of digital currency. What is of particular interest to this panel is how Aniela Hejnowska, Groupon CEO, will be partaking in this conversation. So far, there has been no indication regarding Groupon being involved with digital currency in any way, but that situation might be about to change.
As you would come to expect from such a prominent conference, there will be an after-conference business mixer, taking place at the Pure Sky Club in Warsaw. Such a jam-packed day of discussions and topics deserves to be followed up with a few hours of relaxation and networking at a leisurely pace.