Nebeus Fireside Chat — Episode 3

Is blockchain the answer
in 2021?

Speakers

Haydn Jones

Author & Senior Blockchain
Market Director | PwC

Michail Stroev

COO & Head of product | Nebeus

Pete Woodard

CBDO | Nebeus

About the event

What is blockchain technology? Is it the answer to our questions, and what are the questions that people and especially institutions are asking in 2021? 

For Episode 3 of Nebeus’s Fireside Chat, we welcome an extraordinary guest: author and PwC Senior Blockchain Director, Haydn Jones.

Main topics of discussion
  • What is blockchain technology?

  • When will blockchain applications for institutions be widely adopted?

  • Is crypto and blockchain only for the financial sector?

  • DeFi Vs CeFi

  • What is the future of crypto and blockchain?

Speakers

Haydn Jones
Author & Senior Blockchain Market Director | PwC

Haydn Jones is an author and the Senior Blockchain Director at PwC UK, based in London. Haydn has over twenty years of experience in leading business development, operational, and transformational activities in the crypto, financial, and blockchain spaces. Before joining PwC, Haydn established Blockchain Hub, a consulting company focused on education and consulting within the blockchain space. He recently co-authored a book – The Executive Guide to Blockchain.

Michail Stroev
COO & Head of product | Nebeus

Michael comes from more than ten years of experience managing product development and business operations in five diverse industries across the US & EMEA regions. He comes from a corporate background, has founded multiple start-ups, and served as a consultant to many.

Pete Woodard
CBDO | Nebeus

For a decade, Peter has worked in the fintech & crypto sectors, holding senior operational roles for both UK and US firms. He achieved most of his experience working within the development of banking infrastructures and deploying asset syndication solutions for tier 1 financial institutions alongside government-funded projects.

Don’t miss the event
April 15th
Thursday
18:00 GMT
19:00 CET