OpenbankIT FinTech Meetup - Kuala Lumpur
Launching a mobile bank? Planning an ICO? Looking for a digital asset infrastructure? Free open-source cutting-edge ready-to-deploy banking/digital asset management infrastructure allows to save up to $1,000,000 on development and maintenance costs. Meet Pavel Kravchenko, PhD on a free seminar on Tue, April 25.

Speaker.
Pavel Kravchenko is a known decentralized systems expert, PhD information security, university lecturer and public speaker. Former Stellar team member, co-founder of blockchain R&D centers Distributed Lab and Attic Lab. Now Pavel focuses on creation of open-source infrastructure for banking and digital asset management industry - http://openbankit.com/

Why now?
Dynamic technological changes create challenges that have never confronted incumbent banking and payment industry. At the same time previously unseen opportunities are opened for the new generation of financial services. Over the next years these markets will be reshaped with an accelerated growth of electronic payments and the advent of new and disruptive players. Come and learn how your company can benefit with a free cutting-edge open-source ready-to-deploy banking/digital asset management platform and save up to $1,000,000 on development and maintenance costs.

Target audience.
Banks and e-money providers willing to build a digital infrastructure, payment services providers, debit card services providers, FinTech startups and companies that planning an ICO.

Schedule.
18:30-18:15 - Invitation.
18:15-18:45 - Industry trends overview. OpenbankIT Presentation.
18:45-19:15 - Q&A Session.
19:15-21:00 - Business contacts time.

Location
MALAYSIAN GLOBAL INNOVATION & CREATIVITY CENTRE (MAGIC) 1072152-T Block 3730, Persiaran APEC, 63000, Cyberjaya, Malaysia

Ticket cost
Free. But preregistration is required.

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