Director at The CryptoAssets Institute. Founding Partner of Borderless Ventures focused on FrenchTech, CEE, and ASEAN startups. Co-Founder, DESICO STO Platform. Former Managing Partner, Nest Venture Capital. Keynote speaker on Tokenized Securities, CryptoAssets and the Blockchain Economy, as well as Corporate/Startup Innovation. Author of the upcoming “Security Token Offerings: Tokenized Securities and the Future of Investment”. Serial entrepreneur in digital and ecommerce. 20+ years digital marketing strategy advising Coca-Cola, HP, BP, large banks, airlines and governments. Ethan connects and enables cross-border startup investment and business development between the US, France, Central and Eastern Europe, and Southeast Asia.
Boris Spremo, Head of Operations, a payments and blockchain specialist. Recently, Boris was the Operations Director of Emerging Business & Architecture, and one of blockchain leads at Bank of New York Mellon. Previously, Boris helped establish national clearing and settlement networks in CEE region, and led development of several state-of-the-art payments gateways for major global financial services organisations.
Norma de Saint Picman is an outstanding franco-slovenian visual artist working on international level in painting, graphics, sculpture and ceramic sculpture and installation projects. She is engaged in several year projects search, interwoven parallel realities, classical and modern Arts, Parallels and Associated fragments of Realities using intermedia installations connecting video, dance and music improvisations through expressive figurative postmodern approach. Being a great innovator with pioneering ideas, founder of Noravision Gallery ultimately devote herself to build global blockchain based Art platform with traceable data history.
Anatoly is lecturer with academical experience of more than 13 years. He used to teach Object-Oriented, Logical and Functional Programming, Compiler Design Principles, Expert Systems and Abstract Algebra. He is a founder and board member of Latvian Blockchain Association (LBA) and invited expert of blockchain related working group of the Cabinet of Ministers of Latvian Republic. Anatoly is a co-founder, CEO and blockchain architect of Blockvis – company which is developing scalable blockchain solutions for commercial clients. Now Anatoly helps Parsiq to build an innovative blockchain monitoring system.
Kevin is a know face in the retail FX world, his company FXPIG was a pioneer in bringing transparency to retail FX.
As the founder of CoinMetro and a board member of the European Crypto Association he is now looking to help shape a tokenized future.
International ICT speaker. Seasoned managed services, cloud computing, cyber security, blockchain, big data, AI, IoT and ICT innovation professional focused on business value; brings experience, creativity, structure, motivation, & agility.
Over 30 years of ICT experience, covering, innovation, architecture as well as risk management, compliance, auditing, certification, business continuity, & disaster recovery. Served sectors include Telecom, Oil & Gas, Financial , Government, Defense, HealthCare, & Education.
Created the process A6 of security: Assess, Architect, Apply, Administer, Awareness & Agility.
He architects practical & business focused solutions using standards & industry best practices.
Jérôme Sutour joined CMS Francis Lefebvre Avocats in July 2007, as head of the financial services business, and promoted to partner in 2009. He specializes in banking and financial law, including aspects of structuring and management of investment funds and investment and banking and financial regulation.
Engineer, graduated from Telecom ParisTech, Jérôme Pons started his career in 2001 at Orange, successively as 3GPP Standardisation Manager, Orange Media Player Project Manager (Music Podcasts, Musique Max, and Musique Hits), WebTV Marketing Project Manager (OCS) and then InterOperability Testing Programme Manager.
Entrepreneur, he founded Music won’t stop in 2011, a live music production business that diversified in 2013 by developing a consulting activity focused on digital technology and strategy. Specialist of the stakes related to the digital transformation of culture activity sectors (culture funding, value sharing, metadata-based rights management, intellectual property protection), he developed a key expertise in data modelling and management by designing a Digital Content Data Model (DiCoDaMo), common to 9 culture activity sectors, and some Digital Content Data Management Tools (DiCoDaMaTo).
Specialist of Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies, natively integrated to DiCoDaMo data model, he devoted himself to digital standardisation since 2016 and drives the “architecture and modelling” working group at Afnor and contributes to several study groups and working groups within ISO/TC 307 (“terminology”, “reference architecture, taxonomy and ontology”, “use cases”, “smart contracts”, “governance” and “interoperability”).Since 2018, he develops consulting and vocational training activities at Music won’t stop, focused on blockchain-based service development within culture industries, teaches Blockchain technology to master degree students at Télécom ParisTech and still works at Orange as Orange Expert Programme Manager.
Caroline Lequesne Roth is Law Lecturer at the University Cote d’Azur (UCA).
Her research focuses on financial law, technonormativity, deep and smart law. In 2018, together with Pr. Marina Teller, she founded the UCA Deep Law for Technologies Institute.
DL4T aims at exploring and committing to the legal aspects of the deep technologies in the field of big data, AI and blockchain; it follows a double lead, through scientific excellence and field action.
Caroline Lequesne Roth runs DL4T applied research unit, the Fablex.
Dr. Pavel Kravchenko is the founder of Distributed Lab, blogger, cryptographer and PhD in Information Security. Pavel is working in blockchain industry since early 2014 (Stellar).
Pavel’s expertise is mostly focused on: cryptography, security & technological risks, tokenization. He considers the company’s mission in a creation of an open ecosystem that uses uniform payment and asset management protocol – so called ”financial web’’.
Pavel studied information security since 2003, including topics in advanced cryptography. He then won a series of all-Ukrainian academic competitions (2005-2007) and received awards for producing the best student research in 2007 and 2008.
Pavel received his PhD in Cryptography in 2012 from the Kharkiv National University of Radioelectronics, after publishing a groundbreaking thesis on securing public infrastructure.
From 2006 to 2009, Pavel worked as a security engineer at the leading security company in Ukraine, was involved in a SAP security project, and built out the PKI infrastructure in Ukraine. From 2009 to 2013 Pavel was the team leader and project manager for several IT-projects, including being responsible for Rabobank’s mobile application development. Pavel started his blockchain and cryptocurrencies career and research at Silicon Valley startup, Stellar.
In 2014 Pavel cofounded Distributed Lab, where other cofounders are high-profile experts in investment banking and trading.