StartEngine Crowdfunding Inc. (https://www.startengine.com/) will host the StartEngine Summit on October 19th, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA. This is StartEngine’s third crypto conference that focuses on ICOs, the tokenization of securities and alternative assets, and the trading of those tokens on the secondary market. The theme of this fall’s summit is “Tokenize the World,” and the event will continue to explore where innovation and US regulation intersect.
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StartEngine announced the keynote speaker for the upcoming event: former SEC Chairman Christopher Cox, currently a partner at global law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. This is the first time an SEC Chairman has spoken at a crypto event on regulation and the future of blockchain technology, and Cox’s keynote will be for attendees only and not streamed online with the rest of the Summit.
At StartEngine’s last Summit, held this past April 20th, over 1,000 entrepreneurs and crypto enthusiasts attended the day-long event, which included over 40 panelists, 7 keynotes, and 12 ICO pitches. Speakers included Vinny Lingham (Civic), Ryan Singer (Chia), David Moss (StrongBlock), Josh Stein (Harbor), investor Gil Penchina, and venture capitalist Mark Suster.
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