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The fourth annual Euromoney Lebanon Conference took place in Beirut on Wednesday 27th June 2018.
This year we turned our focus towards some of the most important tech trends in finance. Our diverse line-up of speakers delved into topics such cryptocurrencies, AI, cloud tech, blockchain, regulatory sandboxes and much more. The ultimate aim of the discussions was to explore if and how fintech can really change the Lebanese financial landscape – or whether the hype surrounding these new technologies is no more than a passing phase.
Lebanon is a unique country – with huge opportunities and strengths – but also with significant and unique challenges. Each of our discussions at the event were designed to explore whether Lebanon can leverage the energy and quality of its people to overcome some of these challenges by applying unique technological solutions in its vibrant financial sector.
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Critics of bitcoin focus too much time on bitcoin and not enough time on the transformative power of the technology that underlies it – and its crypto-cousins. It’s like vehemently pressing home the design and safety shortcomings of the first ever motorcar, and ignoring the potential of the internal combustion engine that powered it.
Richard Banks explains how cryptocurrencies actually work, and why the distributed ledger technology that underlies them will change the world in ways we do not yet understand, in his two part blog.
Part 1: Genesis. "At a series of evening talks last week I explored the world of blockchain in the company of experts and hundreds of businesspeople from the Middle East. What surprised me were the widely varying levels of understanding, excitement and scepticism..." Read more here.
Part 2: Metamorphosis. "One of the frequent misunderstandings about cryptocurrencies revolves around the nature of anonymity in the system. If all transactions are recorded in the distributed, tamper proof, blockchain ledger how can the markets be fraudulent? This question goes to the heart of both the challenges and opportunities presented by blockchain technology..." Read more here.