Washington Association of Money Managers
is pleased to present an in-person program on
Tuesday, March 28th for a panel discussion
"Fintech, Crypto, and Web3 Outlook"
National Press Club, the Zenger Room
Reception will begin at 6:00 PM ET
Panel discussion will begin at 6:30 PM ET
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines:
We require all registrants to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to attending WAMM events.
If there’s one constant in the world of crypto, it must be that it’s never boring. After reaching an all-time high in 2021, Bitcoin was hailed as the future of money, and Ethereum as the world’s most important developer tool. Then, 2022 ushered in a crypto bear market, bankrupting several crypto platforms with the two largest digital currencies losing three-quarters of their value. However, the continued interest in the blockchain technology as a means of payment, smart contracts, and trading remains strong. Although the 2022 bloodbath exposed the industry’s many flaws, investors are cautiously optimistic about the long-term direction of digital assets and the value creation in the fintech sector.
To guide us through this disruptive technology and the ever-important asset class, we are fortunate to have a distinguished panel of seasoned industry experts to walk us through the digital assets outlook for 2023 and beyond. Dante Disparte is Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Global Policy at Circle. Greg Lisa is the Chief Legal Officer of Element Finance, Inc. Anthony Tu-Sekine is Head of Seward & Kissel’s Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Group. Anthony Tuths is a Principal in KPMG’s Alternative Investment Tax practice. Chase White, CFA is a Senior Research and Policy Analyst covering Blockchain & Cryptocurrency and Tech, Media, & Telecom Policy at Compass Point Research & Trading LLC.
Please note that the Chatham House Rule applies – neither the comments of the speakers nor those of other participants are for attribution.
Please register below by 6:00 PM ET on Tuesday, March 28, 2023. The event is $35 for WAMM members, $55 for non-members, $20 for student members, and $25 for student non-members. Please try to register early, as the space is limited!