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Geneva Blockchain Congress 2020 to address sustainability in business

Following the success of its inaugural edition in 2019, the Geneva Blockchain Congress returns to the Swiss city with a focus on blockchain and sustainability.

United Nations building in Geneva.
With its strong attachment to the UN sustainable goals and values, Geneva is well placed to discuss the fundamental issues underpinning Distributed Ledger Technology.

The second edition of the Geneva Blockchain Congress will take place on 20 January 2020. The event theme From Lab to Market, through Ethics, Regulation and Governance will examine all the key issues related to blockchain and sustainability. It is only by addressing these fundamental elements that business will be able to flourish with confidence in a constantly evolving market context.

Over 100 speakers will share their insights on eight different topics: Public Administration, Regulation and Legal Frameworks, Supply Chains and Logistics, Illicit Trade and Counterfeiting, Banking and Finance, Deep Tech Evolution, Health and Wellbeing, and Social and Humanitarian Applications of the blockchain technology.

Geneva, home of global governance

Geneva is the ideal location to discuss ideas and issues that underpin Distributed Ledger Technology. Dedicated to advancing the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, the Swiss city promotes high-quality education, decent work conditions, economic growth, responsible consumption and healthy and robust institutions. It is home to countless non-governmental organizations, and plays an important role as a center for international finance.

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