illustrious guests, led by CNBC correspondent Jon Najarian, discussed «Digital Financial Assets - from Chaos to Clarity» on the occasion of the World Economic Forum WEF at the Hotel Davoserhof. Hans Kuhn (Working Group Blockchain Law Liechtenstein) shed light on the regulatory developments of recent months, before the 40 guests received the views of Simon Morgenthaler (Swissquote Bank), Mauro Casellini (Bank Frick), Isabella Brom (Bitcoin Association), Andreea Porcelli (EverGreen) and Reto Fierz (CROWDLITOKEN).
Conclusion: CROWDLITOKEN as a new digital financial investment is facing a bright future!
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