The annual Swell Conference by Ripple invites world leader form different sphere of life, including technology, payments, and policy to come together and talk about how the society can benefit from blockchain technology.
According to a post by the financial service firm – Ripple, the former president of the United States of America – Bill Clinton, is set to keynote at the 2018 edition of the Swell Conference.
Creating Economic Opportunities and Financial Inclusion
The Swell Conference 2018 is scheduled to hold on 1 October and it will take place in San Francisco, CA – the native of Ripple. Attendees will be provided with the opportunity of hearing from top financial services firms that are utilizing blockchain tech, understand the various frameworks for digital currency regulation, and learn about new market opportunities in ecommerce, remittances, and corporate marketplaces.
The Sessions of the Conference
The sessions of the upcoming conference will include:
- “Flashtalk: How to Launch Payment Applications for Millions,” where the clients of Ripple will “share what it took to deploy the first mobile app.
- Central Banks Show and Tell, where bankers will talk about their experiences with distributed ledger technology.
- 800-Pound Gorilla, where professionals will answer questions around digital currency adoption.
Battling for Growth
Ripple has been in the news a lot for its ability to innovate, adapt, and shape the opinion of the public in different manners. The first Swell conference held last year, and it can after clients asked the firm to amass leaders in blockchain and banking that are committed to transforming the way fund is being moved in the world today.
Ripple has also been very hard to promote the adoption and development of XRP. XRP is the third largest digital currency in the world. The value of the digital currency is currently in the red, however, it is not the only coin in that position as even the largest digital currency in the world – Bitcoin (BTC) – is also deep in the red over the past twenty-four hours.