Blockchain based Digital Tokenized Assets is a rapidly growing space. This discussion on digital assets will look at a diverse set of offerings and their motivations, innovations and future. For example, companies are providing users with decentralized cloud storage similar to services like Dropbox, cap table on the blockchain offering security tokens, flexibility of paying on the blockchain with the stability of the US dollar or local currency, digitizing loyalty points and more.
- We’ll explore specific aspects of the digital asset’s utility, and how can blockchain solve the existing business problems.
- What is the current market reception for digital asset solutions?
- What is in your ‘wish list’ of the next level of application of the digital asset?
Send your questions to the moderator at Jagruti.Solanki@aprio.com
Matthew May is the CFO at Storj Labs. He oversees the finance and treasury function of the organization. He helps retrofit cryptocurrency issues into the rules and systems of the fiat world. Matthew graduated from Baylor University with a BBA in Accounting. He is a certified public accountant in the State of Georgia.
Capital Markets Manager
Michael helps lead Capital Markets at Algorand, a public-permissionless Pure-Proof- of-Stake layer 1 blockchain protocol. Michael began his career at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the Energy & Power Division of Investment Banking. Michael transitioned from traditional finance to fintech before joining Algorand 2 years ago. For the past 4 years, Michael has dedicated himself to growing blockchain adoption as both a Venture Investor and crypto-market participant. Today, he is focused on bringing frictionless finance to both traditional and decentralized financial participants seeking to leverage the Algorand blockchain’s speed, security and decentralized protocol. Michael graduated from Duke University with a degree in Economics and currently sits on Duke’s National Board of Young Alumni.
Senior Product Manager
Yamini Sagar is the Senior Product Manager at BitPay, where she is focused on building robust B2B/B2C product suite that also conform to regulatory and legal requirements including KYB, KYC, AML, and transaction monitoring to mitigate fraud and other risks. Prior to joining BitPay, she worked at Intercontinental Exchange NYSE as the SME for Clearing systems and participated in building the Bakkt custody system for digital assets. She has more than 20 years of experience in technology as a developer, technical trainer and her favorite role as a product manager.