The Money 20/20 USA will be a star-studded event as several representatives from the crypto company Ripple will be in attendance. The conference aims to improve blockchain and digital assets based global payments and how the two revolutionary technologies could be used to create value for consumers around the world. The company recently released a schedule of attendances at the Las Vegas event on its website.
Appearances on Monday and Tuesday
The event will be attended by 11,000 people, including several business leaders, C-suite, and media from around the globe. The event will be attended by Ripple executives David Schwartz and Kahina Van Dyke on October 22. Schwartz will be attending an “Oxford-style debate” moderated by Tony Hayes in the morning where he will be promoting solutions that blockchain technology could bring to the international payments system. He will be sharing the stage with Esther Pigg, the SVP of product strategy at FIS Payments who will defend the existing legacy payments infrastructure.
Kahina Van Dyke will be attending the afternoon session as part of the Money 20/20 Rise Up program. She is the powerhouse speaker for the inaugural program and will share her insights on the fundamentals of negotiation and how it could be applied to leadership ideas, based on her experiences in banking and technology companies.
Tuesday’s session will be attended by Asheesh Birla who will be a panelist in a session dedicated to blockchain’s impact on the cross-border payments industry. Forrester’s principal analyst Brendan Miller will moderate the panel. He will also be talking about bringing Ripple’s products to market and how they have made cross-border payments faster than before. He will be sharing the stage with Ant Financials’ chief compliance officer for Americas Victoria Liu Edison, Dan Vogt, the head of new technologies at Wells Fargo and Sebastian Katovich, co-founder and CEO of dLocal.
Chris Larsen’s Appearance on Money 20/20
Ripple chief Chris Larsen will be attending the conference on Wednesday, October 24, where he will participate in a candid fireside chat about the significance of digital assets in the global economy. The chat will be moderated by Arjan Schutte, Core Innovation Capital’s founder, and managing partner.
A longtime supporter of financial inclusion and former CEO of Prosper and E-Loan, Larsen believes in creating an Internet of Value “to enable the world to move money like information moves today.”