Meet with ICORating at Fintech Week 2018 in New York City


ICORating will attend the second annual Fintech Week, which is set to take place across different venues in New York City’s iconic Times Square from July 31 to August 2.

The 2018 Fintech Week will feature a different theme for each of the three working days of the conference. Startups from a wide variety of fintech specialty areas will have a chance to woo investors on the conference’s opening day, called “FinPitch: Pitch Day.” The second day, titled “Blockchain Innovators,” is dedicated to blockchain technology in the fintech sphere. “Fintech Disruptors,” the title of the third day, will focus on providing a global perspective on payments, regulation, capital markets, investment, insurance, banking, and more.

Speakers include partners and principals from funds such as Venrock, Blumberg Capital, Blockchange Ventures, Coinfund, Seedinvest, and Sinai Ventures, as well as decision makers from companies such as IBM, Oracle, Ernst & Young, and ConsenSys.

Some of the dozens of blockchain startups and initial coin offering (ICO) projects set to attend include Satochi, Hellofriend, GXChain, Thinknum, Elementus, Constellation Labs, Hydrogen, Bloom Protocol, CoinPlan, BLAKFX, Vault12, and Symbiont.

ICORating has secured a special discount for our readers and friends. Get 30% off when you purchase tickets by using the promo code “SPEAKER30.” We hope to see you there!

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