If you are interested in keeping up with the latest news and stories concerning cryptos, DeFi protocols, yield farming, mining, STOs, etc., we invite you to sign up to the II Foro Crypto Economía online seminar [click here to get your ticket]. CryptoPlaza and the Digital Assets Institute (DASI) will host this event next November 25th and 26th, where, along with +35 speakers, the co-founder and CEO of eSignus, Daniel Hernandez, will be talking about security, key custody and our HASHWallet project.
CryptoPlaza is one of Europe’s largest crypto hub. They boost blockchain companies by sharing their spaces in Madrid, organising events and mentorships with advisors, and promoting startups through their channels. DASI, on the other hand, is focused on the financial innovation researches around digital and crypto assets, becoming a reference on the crypto economy and environmental investigations.
Daniel’s career includes Co-Founding eSignus, a company involved in cryptocurrency custody and payment solutions for Blockchains. eSignus received an innovation award from Ciberemprende, an incubation program from the Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE). Furthermore, Daniel is a banking technology expert specifically focused upon electronic banking, front, and back-office security applications, having been intimately involved in the integration of banking security technology for major Spanish banks: LaCaixa (Spain's 3rd largest bank), CajaCanarias, Banca Civica, Sa Nostra, CCM, Caja Murcia, and Infocaja.
Daniel's academic resume includes; Executive MBA (IE), Advanced Program in Blockchain (EOI), Executive Program in Big Data and Business Analytics (EOI), CGeiT (Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT), CIA (Certified Internal Auditor), UNED (Postgraduate in financial auditing), Graduate of Business Administration (Fachhochshule Kiel).
Although speeches will be in mostly in spanish, this event will have a realtime translation to english.
We are aiming a mass adoption of new and exciting technologies, and we believe that these changes start by sharing ideas, knowledge, and perspectives, connecting with every participant, and unifying visions and statements. We need to be open to new concepts that lead to a more righteous world.