Our second ICO 2.0 Summit held on April 20th in Santa Monica was a sold-out success. Over 1,000 attendees gathered to discuss the current state of the ICO space and its path to liquidity.
ICO 2.0 Summit Highlights
In a day filled with lively debate, networking and learning, there were many notable moments, including:
What to relive the day? Missed all of the excitement? We've got you covered. Click below to rewatch the day's keynotes, panels and pitches.
Darren Marble (Panelist)
Jake Vale (Panelist)
Marking Consultant, tZERO
The SEC has made itself clear regarding utility tokens. How will federal and state regulation affect the ICO market, promoters and exchanges? A distinguished panel of attorneys and former regulators opine on the shape of the marketplace and its future.
Existing exchanges are not listing security tokens. This panel composed of future regulated exchanges and ICO experts explains how regulated trading will work and how it will enable an even larger marketplace.
Out of nowhere, a brand new token distribution idea has taken hold of the cryptocurrency marketplace. What is the airdrop, and what does the future of this financing structure look like? A panel of experts discusses and debates.
The ICO 2.0 has arrived. But how does a business go about structuring such an offering? A panel of leading securities attorneys discuss the how one structures an ICO to meet state, U.S. and even international regulations.
Marketing is the key to a successful ICO. However, regulation will necessarily affect the manner in which ICOs can be marketed. The panel holds a frank discussion about advisors, promoters, bounty programs and more.
In 2017, ICOs raised close to $6B. 2018 has started with a big bang, with over $1B raised through ICOs in January. Will ICOs disrupt traditional VC investors? How are ICOs changing finance altogether?
Regulated ICOs require advisors with deep expertise and a number of other services in order to meet SEC regulations. A panel of regulation gurus explain the key elements of successfully launching a regulated ICO.
The marketplace has begun to see class action lawsuits brought by investors against ICOs. Will this continue in 2018? Hear from former regulators and leading litigators about SEC subpoenas, plaintiff lawsuits and how ICOs can use rescissions to get past legal liabilities.
It is clear by now that broker-dealer ATS platforms will be dominating the trading of security tokens. How are they constructed and licensed? What other platforms may help create liquidity.
Swarm (Gold Sponsor)
Brian MacMahon (Moderator)
CEO, Expert DOJO
From the exquisitely manicured grounds to the casual elegance of its guest rooms and suites, the Fairmont Santa Monica will challenge your senses and provide you with an unforgettable experience.