Bitcoin Trader has announced that it will be hosting Decrypted 2018, a cryptocurrency symposium that aims to address the education gap in the financial services sector.
According to Bitcoin Trader chief executive Nathan van den Bosch, this symposium will be the first of several quarterly events and will be targeting finance professionals such as wealth advisers, traders, financial planners, accountants, superannuation specialists and auditors.
Mr van den Bosch said, “The symposium will offer a host of networking opportunities in this very new and exciting fintech space.
“It’s about providing clear and simple guidance to those who are interested in investing in cryptocurrencies. This will include information about tax implications, AML and SIS Act compliance, secure storage, self-managed super funds, the underlying blockchain technology and, ultimately, how to use cryptocurrencies as a method of making everyday payments.”
The symposium will be held on 10 May 2018 at the Four Seasons Ballroom in Sydney.
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