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Rising Media and KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center) announce the 5th annual Inside FinTech with Blockchain Agenda Conference & Expo, (originally launched as Inside Bitcoins) will be held on 29-30 November in Seoul, South Korea.

South Korea is one of the world’s largest crypto markets and continues to lead in FinTech innovation. The country’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) recently announced they will use blockchain technologies for future innovation by focusing on supporting new technologies as opposed to regulating them as reported by Korea JoongAng Daily.

This year’s 2-day / 2-track conference program will align with the emphasis the Korean government is placing on the growth of blockchain by dedicating an entire day dedicated to blockchain topics. The program will also include a strong focus on FinTech developments and opportunities from abroad and within Korea in addition to cryptocurrencies, which Korea is still a leader in investment. The conference will be lead by +30 international and domestic experts sharing their knowledge and insights. Previous companies speaking include: Google, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Visa, HSBC and many more.

Inside FinTech with Blockchain Agenda Conference & Expo is expected to attract over 2,500 attendees with +40 exhibitors representing fintech, blockchain, financial institutions, professional services, payment solutions, start-ups and cryptocurrency companies from around the world.

Christoph Rowen, Managing Director for Rising Media, Asia Pacific, said, “We are eagerly looking forward to returning to Seoul with the 5th edition of Inside FinTech with Blockchain Agenda Conference & Expo continues to be at the forefront and crossroads of financial technology, blockchain and cryptocurrency investment. There really is no better place to hold this event.”

Inside FinTech with Blockchain Agenda Conference & Expo “call for speakers” is open till 14 September, to apply, please visit: http://www.insidefintechconference.com/seoul/2018