One Day Programme: Blockchain: Secure Payment and Settlement – London, United Kingdom – April 23, 2020 –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Blockchain: Secure Payment and Settlement” conference has been added to’s offering.

Blockchain (or Distributed Ledger Technology – DLT) has captured the attention of many in the financial sector and recently more of those active in payment, clearing and settlement, mainly because of its promise of efficiency and resilience.

Central banks and other authorities are reviewing and analysing the use of this technology for payment, clearing and settlement. Practitioners and thought leaders at this conference help to understand the uses of DLT and, in doing so, identify both the opportunities and challenges associated with this technology in the context of many B2B, B2C, C2C and C2B settlements.

Although DLT bears promise, there is still a long way to go before that promise is fully realised. Much work is needed to ensure that the legal underpinnings of DLT arrangements are sound.


Blockchain & Payments – How Can Blockchain Revolutionise Payments And Transactions For Businesses, Governments And Individuals?

Aaron Greatbanks , Investment Actuary and UK Blockchain Community of Interest Leader, PwC

Blockchain based payment structures combined with various forms of digital currencies can cut costs, improve transparency and increase the speed of transactions. This has implications for businesses, individuals and governments, whilst presenting an opportunity to optimise key industries and encourage financial inclusion. In my presentation I will explore how.

The Future Of Financial Contracts

Peter Oakes, Board Director / Founder, Regulated Fintech / Fintech Ireland

How financial instruments are moving towards utilising smart contracts. Key challenges associated with smart contracts such as platform interoperability and standardisation, the emerging tech which should have the greatest impact to help financial services streamlining payments and settlements while ensuring security and respecting privacy

Economics Of Cryptocurrencies And The Monetary Implications Of Central Bank Or Private Issued Digital Currencies For States, Investors, Individuals, And Businesses

Athanasios T. Ladopoulos, CIO of LAPO BLOCKCHAIN ( and founder of MOOCTORS (

For people, enterprises, and IOT who want to complete their daily financial transactions fast, effortlessly, and at a fraction of current cost, LAPO provides the Universal Currency. Unlike other Cryptocurrencies LAPO’s Universal Currency aims to be a true digital currency. It is backed by gold with a mechanism that absorbs and converts volatility into gold and equate its price to its Book Value. LAPO is committed to innovation by making a positive impact to people’s lives and considers the impact the Universal Currency will have in the world.

Panel: Benefits And Uncertainties:

Moderator: Peter Oakes, Board Director / Founder, Regulated Fintech / Fintech Ireland

Panellists: Athanasios T. Ladopoulos; Aaron Greatbanks; Marjan Delatinne.

Leveraging Blockchain And Digital Assets To Transform Global Payments:

Marjan Delatinne, Global Head of Banking, Ripple

Just recently, blockchain has moved from sandboxes to real use cases. Blockchain is more than just buzzword; the technology is changing the foundation of cross-border payments and our global economic systems. As Global Head of Banking at Ripple, Marjan can discuss what blockchain and digital assets are doing to solve fundamental issues with liquidity management for business and payments today and in years to come.

Presentation From Real Security – Blockchain – Vault. Member Of BAE

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