CV Summit 2022 called on incumbent industries to no longer hold blockchain tech on probation
Klaus Steinkamp from Visa
CV Summit, Switzerland’s flagship forum, showcased the productivity of the world’s most mature blockchain hub, and the utility of blockchain tech while welcoming leading global entities entering the space such as Google and Visa. Over 800 in-person delegates and 70+ speakers attended Switzerland’s most significant blockchain industry event with 2300 other attendees joining online.
CV Summit is distinct in the global blockchain conference circuit as it is less about speculation and more about utility. It is no surprise that Swiss productivity extends to its blockchain and Web3 industry which is globally recognized for its precision, financial acumen, regulatory certainty, compliance expertise, unicorns, and unique mindset. This mindset results in Switzerland’s constant ranking as a top country within which blockchain businesses flourish.
The eighth edition of CV Summit shone the global spotlight on Switzerland’s illuminating productivity in blockchain and the incoming iteration of the internet, Web3. Swiss pioneers with international reach were also gathered at CV Summit. 21Shares which recently joined Switzerland’s unicorn herd, fresh from a new $25m funding round, along with crypto banks SEBA and Sygnum, online banking leader Swissquote, Bitcoin Suisse, and Swiss digital exchange SDX explored together perspectives and actions with over 3000 delegates. Also in attendance were those building security and compliance infrastructures to bridge the traditional finance world, such as Lukka and CertiK. Circle, the world’s largest stablecoin issuer came to examine CBDCs with regulatory experts and the Bank of International Settlements. Tech builders PraSaga, Cartesi, Partisia Blockchain, and QPQ delivered inspiration, whilst motivation was roused by the Casper Association and Web3 Foundations. Those innovating in trading such as Portofino met with exchanges Coinbase, LCX and others.