Coronavirus Concerns Cause Another Crypto Event to Be Postponed
A crypto conference planned for Hong Kong in March is one of several postponed over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
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The virtual event, which runs Oct. 19-22, brings together marquee names from Switzerland’s FINMA, Sweden’s Riksbank, Bank for International Settlements, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the International Monetary Fund to discuss stablecoin regulation, central bank digital currencies, the future of money and more.
A lawsuit filed by David Silver on behalf of Massive Adoption attendees alleges fraud, unjust enrichment and breach of contract on the part of organizer Jacob Kostecki after they did not receive refunds for the canceled crypto conference.
A virtual conference is being organized by a bevy of base-layer protocols – the Web3 Foundation, Near, Cosmos, Tezos, Protocol Labs and Polkadot.