Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss discuss their journey from investors to entrepreneurs at CfC St. Moritz 2020
St. Moritz, Switzerland — October 23, 2019 — The third annual Crypto Finance Conference (CfC St. Moritz) has announced that January’s event will host Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, co-founders of Gemini, as the 2020 keynote speakers.
The co-founders of Gemini Trust Company, LLC (Gemini) and Winklevoss Capital Management LLC, as well as the subjects of the New York Times bestseller, Bitcoin Billionaires, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss bring years of experience as investors and entrepreneurs in emerging technologies and cryptocurrency to the main stage in St. Moritz.
The conference, which will be held from January 15th to 17th 2020, is a private and exclusive investors-only event focussing on crypto finance and blockchain topics. In addition to the main conference, the event features industry expert panels as well as dinner and networking for participants, speakers, and guests in Zurich.
“We are honored to feature Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss as our keynote speakers for this year’s Crypto Finance Conference,” said Nicolo Stoehr, CEO of the CfC St. Moritz. “Their tenure as business leaders developing a crypto-native platform like Gemini and investing in blockchain technologies speaks for itself. As one of the few crypto finance and blockchain conferences that connects investors with founders, Cameron and Tyler bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this year’s conference which will be indispensable.”
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss will take to the stage alongside prestigious speakers including academics Professor Charles Chang and Professor Michael Sung. Professor Chang is the Deputy Dean of Academics, Professor of Finance, and Director of the Fintech Research Center, at the Fanhai International School of Finance at Fudan University. He will talk about the rise of Security Token Offerings (STOs) in China and the tokenization of securities in the Chinese market. Professor Sung is founding Co-director of the Fintech Research Center at the Fanhai International School of Finance. He is focused on developing finance innovation policy at the Chinese Institute of Economics and Finance, a national-level think tank for central government. He will share the most up-to-date insights about the development of digital currencies and the regulatory environment in China.
Additional speakers include Bob McElrath (Blockchain Architect at Fidelity Digital Assets), Eva Kaili (Member of the European Parliament), David Johnston (Managing Director, Yeoman’s Capital), Kavita Gupta (Stanford University), Bill Tai (Chairman & CEO, ACTAI Global), and many more.
For more information visit:
About Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss co-founded Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange and custodian, to build a bridge to the future of money. Gemini is a New York Trust company that allows customers to buy, sell, and store cryptocurrency such as bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ether, zcash, and litecoin. They graduated from Harvard University with degrees in Economics in 2004 and earned their MBAs from Oxford University in 2010. Together, they represented the United States at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, placing 6th in the Men’s Pair event. Cameron and Tyler have been angel investors and entrepreneurs in emerging technologies since 2003. They began investing in bitcoin in 2012 and launched Gemini in 2015.
About CfC St. Moritz
The Crypto Finance Conference (CfC St. Moritz) is the most private crypto finance and blockchain conference for investors only. At the conference, cocooned in the Swiss alps of St. Moritz, investors benefit from a matchless open-hearted and open-minded atmosphere with friends, visionaries, analysts and entrepreneurs. The international and application-only gathering offers expert education, investment insights and excellent networking opportunities in a breath-taking setting. The annual three-day conference takes place from January 15th to 17th 2020 in St. Moritz, Switzerland, followed by the World Economic Forum in Davos one week after.