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Discover the recent developments in Blockchain, Crypto Assets, Digital Assets and Web3 at the Crypto Assets Conference #CAC23A.

By Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

When and where

Date and time

March 29 · 9am - March 30 · 9pm CEST


Frankfurt School of Finance & Management Adickesallee 32-34 60322 Frankfurt am Main Germany

Refund Policy

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About this event

  • 1 day 12 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

About #CAC23A

As crypto jargon makes its way into everyday business, Bitcoin and Ethereum disrupt the traditional understanding of currencies and the use of DeFi in traditional banking is increasingly inevitable - the world of digital assets evolves and matures in unprecedented style. With Web3 having the ability to revolutionize how society interacts and tokenization transforming the concept of ownership, blockchain technology has more use cases than ever before. Increasingly, established industries adapt to these use cases and a future without digital assets becomes unthinkable.

To unite industry experts, corporate leaders and entrepreneurs, the Crypto Assets Conference 2023 in Frankfurt from March 29th - 30th will once again delve into the latest trends in DLT, blockchain and crypto assets.

Join over 400 on-site and 5,000+ online attendees at one of Europe’s leading digital assets conferences to discuss the latest developments and emerging industry trends with exclusive speeches, discussions and pitches from experts in the field on the following topics:

  • Day 1 - Digital Assets (Wed., March 29, 2023): Digital Securities, Tokenization of Assets, Funds, Asset Management, Infrastructure, Custody, Digital Finance
  • Day 2 - Crypto Assets & Web3 (Thu., March 30, 2023): Bitcoin, Ethereum, DeFi, Metaverse, Web3, NFTs, Stablecoins, Carbon Tokenization (CO2), ESG

As a hybrid event, all #CAC23A sessions will be live-streamed for our online participants, with on-site attendees having the opportunity to network with our wide range of partners, experts and fellow attendees.

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Location and date

Location: Online via streaming access; On-site at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Dates: Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 09:00 CEST until Thursday, March 30, 2023, 18:00 CEST

Language: English and German


Journalist/Media: Please contact us ( if you wish to attend as a Journalist or Media Partner and we can provide you with a Journalist-Ticket to attend the conference in person.

Registration via Eventbrite required: Participants will automatically receive an invoice after the ticket purchase is completed.

Refund Policy: No refund of the ticket price is possible.

Topics breakdown

Day 1 (Wednesday, March 29, 2023) - Digital Securities, Tokenization of Assets, Funds, Asset Management, Infrastructure, Custody, Digital Finance

  • Digital Assets: The world of digital assets and its potential in present and future
  • Tokenization: Leveraging blockchain technology to securitize assets
  • Infrastructure: Secure IT, AML, custody services, service providers

Day 2 (Thursday, March 30, 2023) - Bitcoin, Ethereum, DeFi, Metaverse, Web3, NFTs, Stablecoins, Carbon Tokenization (CO2), ESG

  • Bitcoin, Ethereum and other crypto assets: Development, potential and performance
  • Decentralized Finance (DeFi): The emergence of a new financial system - potentials, risk and outlook
  • Web3, Metaverse & NFTs: The disruptive potential of Web3 and the Metaverse


The agenda of #CAC23A will be uploaded here as soon as a preliminary version is created.

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Speakers on all two days include (continuously updated)

  • Patrick Hansen (Circle)
  • Dr. Ulli Spankowski (Börse Stuttgart)
  • Benjamin Duve (BNY Mellon)
  • Jan van Eck (VanEck)
  • Alexander Bechtel (DWS Group)
  • Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner (Frankfurt School Blockchain Center)
  • Mathew McDermott (Goldman Sachs)
  • Prof. Dr. Isabell Welpe (Technische Universität München)
  • Simon Seiter (Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe)
  • Dr. Heiko Beck (Deutsche WertpapierService Bank)
  • Pierre Samaties (Roland Berger)
  • Jens Siebert (KPMG Deutschland)
  • Lukas Enzersdorfer-Konrad (Bitpanda)
  • Christoph Hock (Union Investment)
  • Jess Puthenpurackal (Union Investment)
  • Katharina Gehra (Immutable Insight)
  • Dr. Konstantin Druker (PwC)
  • Philipp Weiling (Polygon Labs)
  • Gundars Ostrovskis (European Commission)
  • Frank Schäffler (Deutscher Bundestag)
  • Christoph Kreiterling (BaFin)
  • Gunnar Regier (J.P. Morgan)
  • Ramin Ghafari (Siemens)
  • Andreas Sack (Deka Bank)
  • Dr. Sven Hildebrandt (Börse Stuttgart Digital)
  • Kurt Zeimers (BNP Paribas)
  • Florian Reul (Linklaters)
  • Sebastian Dey (Linklaters)
  • Jan Brzezek (Crypto Finance)
  • Jens Paulsen (Deloitte)
  • Sergej Kunz (1Inch)
  • Robert Pertschy (Bitpanda)
  • Maik Jordt (Chainalysis)
  • Dirk Röder (T-Systems MMS)
  • Maximilian Beyer (T-Systems MMS)
  • Dr. Carola Rathke (YPOG)
  • Dr. Anika Patz (YPOG)
  • Frank Thole (WEPEX)
  • Cristina Freudenberger (White & Case)
  • Tom Falkus (White & Case)
  • Volker Braunberger (
  • Sandra Sohn (
  • Dr. Matthias Hirtschulz (d-fine)
  • Sophia Le Vesconte (Linklaters)
  • Christian Storck (Linklaters)
  • Jonathan Leßmann (SWIAT)
  • Amadeus Gryger (WEPEX)
  • Jan Rosam (EY)
  • Christoph Jentzsch (
  • Claus Hilpold (Muuvr)
  • Evan Tomlin (Muuvr)
  • Felix Kramer (KPMG Deutschland)
  • Maximilian Eberle (KPMG Deutschland)
  • Andy Flury (Wyden)
  • Frank Desvignes (True Global Ventures)
  • Thomas Labenbacher (Assetera)
  • Victoria Jahn (Waldeck)
  • Jan Liepe (Waldeck)
  • Darren Camas (IPOR Labs)
  • Eduard Grigorjan (
  • Daniel Hilfer (
  • Hedi Navazan (Crystal Blockchain)
  • Ralf Kubli (Casper Association)
  • Justus Schreiner (Nucleus Finance)
  • Stefan Grill (Kurant)
  • Gloria Traidl (BIAG)
  • Dr. Marcus Hennig (d-fine)
  • Dr. Marc Henniges (d-fine)
  • Robert Richter (Zanders)
  • Alexander Balzer (Atfinity)
  • Alexander Ebeling (T-Systems MMS)
  • Sascha Dölker (Deutsche WertpapierService Bank)
  • Dr. Hamid Haqparwar (BMW Group Middle East)
  • Tim Armbruster (KfW)
  • Marius van der Wijden (Ethereum Foundation)
  • Andreas Schemm (Human)
  • Dr. Annette Doms (xcircle)
  • Minh Ngoc Dao (Chainalysis)
  • Bas Jennen (Linklaters)
  • Sébastien Herbert (Linklaters)
  • Wolfgang Männel (Blockchain Founders Capital)
  • Sarah Gottwald (Blockchain Founders Group)
  • Michael Duttlinger (Cashlink)
  • Olga Fedosova (White & Case)
  • Willem Van de Wiele (White & Case)
  • Clara Medalie (Kaiko)
  • Nayana Talwar (Sygnum Bank)
  • Alireza Siadat (Annerton)
  • Johannes Kaske (Metaco)
  • Axel Roitzsch (Vanagon Ventures)
  • Lucas Zaehringer (Blocksize Capital)
  • Till Rügge (heartstocks)
  • Alex Preukschat (Chainlink Labs)
  • Maximilian Bruckner (21e6 Capital)
  • Volker Liermann (EY ifb)
  • Philipp Zentner (LI.FI)
  • Thomas Langbein (Blocksize Capital)
  • Nicolas Weber (MetaGameHub)
  • Victoria Gago (European Blockchain Convention)
  • Felix Fernandez (Adaptivv)
  • Alexander Schlicher (Fansea)
  • Michael Spitz (360X)
  • Dr. Jonas Gross (Digital Euro Association)
  • Olaf Hannemann (CV VC)
  • Victor Ammer (Ammer Group)
  • Nils von Schoenaich-Carolath (tradias / Bankhaus Scheich)
  • Maha Al-Saadi (tradias / Bankhaus Scheich)
  • Oli Rummel (
  • Jamiel Sheikh (Instamint)
  • Maximilian Roesgen (European Carbon Offsetting Tokenization Association, ECOTA)
  • Carsten Hermann (GreenTrade Impact)
  • Moritz Schildt (Bundesblock)
  • Daniel Wingen (Galoy)
  • Sophia Rödiger (bloXmove)
  • Sven Wagenknecht (BTC-ECHO)
  • Sheraz Ahmed (Crypto Valley Association)
  • Kai Schmied (NRverse)
  • Masud Sultan (ITSA)
  • Philipp Schulden (Rudy Capital)
  • Marcel Kaiser (Defiria)
  • Alexandra Overgaag (Thrilld Labs)

Who should participate?

This conference is ideal for the people who seek to understand crypto assets and are interested in talking to practitioners to be able to judge these new developments:

  • Investors in new technologies, venture capitalists, crypto investors
  • Startups and founders that are interested in understanding crypto assets
  • Financial organizations (banks, investment funds, asset management) in all industries
  • Employees in the area of business development and digitization in all industries
  • Lawyers, consultants, and analysts (with IT or business background)


  • Frankfurt School Blockchain Center
  • Email:
  • Phone: +49 69 154 008-790
  • Internet:

About the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center

The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center is a think tank and research center which investigates implications of the blockchain technology for companies and their business models. Besides the development of prototypes, it serves as a platform for managers, start-ups, technology and industry experts to share knowledge and best practices. The Blockchain Center also provides new research impulses and develops training for students and executives. It focuses on banking, mobility, “Industrie 4.0” and the energy sector.

Further information can be found on the Website, on Facebook, or via LinkedIn and Twitter.

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