“The network is the bank.” – Paul Kedrosky Every aspect of finance is in flux—even the concept of money itself. Next:Money looks beyond technology and policy to understand the long game of
“The network is the bank.”
– Paul Kedrosky
Every aspect of finance is in flux—even the concept of money itself. Next:Money looks beyond technology and policy to understand the long game of financial upheaval.
Rethinking transactions, markets, and capitalism
Roughly a billion humans have what we would consider a bank account. But over four billion have a mobile phone. Thanks to Facebook, 1.3 billion know how to use a feed. Millennials trust Apple and Amazon more than banks. And Starbucks runs the world’s biggest stored-value wallet.
Something’s got to give. Ubiquitous computing, real-time processing, and new forms of currency are reshaping nearly every modern market, changing not only transactions and markets, but the very nature of capitalism itself.
Next:Money, happening March 14-15 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, brings together the leading minds in finance, technology, regulation, and economics to chart the course of this change. It’s the one place to understand what tomorrow’s financial markets, economic systems—and even societies—look like. Executives, entrepreneurs, and policymakers will gather to share their knowledge, debate changes, and shape the future. The agenda will include two days of provocative keynotes, exclusive one-on-one conversations, and a compelling lineup of speakers and ideas.
Join us for this event that will redefine your perspective on transactions, markets, and capitalism. Sign up for the newsletter and follow us on Twitter for updates about the agenda, speaker interviews, and more fintech news.
march 14 (Monday) - 15 (Tuesday) PST
2 New Montgomery Street San Francisco