THE ANGEL–(BUSINESS WIRE) – SRAX, Inc. (NASDAQ: SRAX), a financial technology company that uses its Sequire SaaS platform to unlock data and insights for public companies, hosted the Sequire Blockchain Conference 2021 on July 15, a pre-eminent event for virtual investors.
More than 10 leading blockchain and crypto companies attended this one-day elite event and had discussions with industry experts including Brock Pierce, Maja Vujinovic, Saum Noursalehi, Rachel Wolfson, George Stella, Brittany Kaiser, Gilbert Hill, Justin Newton, Adrian Baschuk, Bryan Bullett, Fred Thiel and Ibrahim AlHusseini. The topics of the keynotes and panels ranged from security tokens and stable coins to the future of mining and sustainability to data protection and the expansion of crypto to Latin America.
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“This conference was one of the best we have ever held. The content was educational and the companies presented pave the way for a crypto future. If you have not seen the presentations and want to know what companies are doing in this space, I encourage you to check out these amazing panels and presentations, ”said Christopher Miglino, Founder and CEO of SRAX.
The video calls of the presenting company are available for 3 months. Visit the event website to see all presentations and keynotes: https://blockchain21.mysequire.com/
SRAX (NASDAQ: SRAX) is a financial technology company that unlocks data and intelligence for publicly traded companies. Through its leading investor intelligence and communication platform Sequire, companies can track the behavior and trends of their investors and use these insights to target current and potential investors across marketing channels. More information about SRAX can be found at srax.com and mysequire.com.
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