The Decentralized Cape Town Chapter Community, cordially invites you to the upcoming free webinar
“Centralized payment experiences are amazing. Crypto user experiences are not yet up to standard. How are we going to get adoption?”
2 October 2020 | 13:00 (CET) – 14:00 (GMT +3)
This webinar is for everyone and every business that wants to understand how optimize their user experience and get adoption. You will understand the shortcomings of crypto user experience and how crypto can compete with mainstream payments for user experience and adoption.
Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in Q&A with Ric Spagni, a leading crypto OG and cofounder of three successful crypto ventures including the leading privacy digital currency Monero.
Ric Spagni (@fluffypony)entered the crypto industry in 2011. Ric is a real character, and one of the top 100 most influential person in crypto 2020. He has partnered with several high profile Silicon Valley VC’s and crypto OG’s to co-found Monero, Tari and Globee multicurrency payment processor. Based in the beautiful coastal town of Plettenberg Bay in Southern Africa, Ric is an industry champion for privacy, and has a passion for playing with Lego, building and flying drones and collecting wristwatches.
Prof. Soulla Louca, Professor, Director at Institute For the Future of the University of Nicosia
Robin Philip, African Digital Payments Enthusiast, Decentralized Cape Town Chapter Leader
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