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This is a BIMA Member only session. For more information on becoming a BIMA Member visit the BIMA Site or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Defi (Decentralised Finance) is one of the major trends to come out of the blockchain space – and it’s one that’s now presenting opportunities for brands and agencies.
During this event, we’ll cover the basics of Defi, explore notable projects and trends and reserve some time to gaze into the future to think about how brands and agencies might be able to innovate in the defi space.
Defi has seen significant acceleration over the last year or so. More than $20bn has already been invested. Essentially it’s a new form of financial infrastructure that – like Bitcoin – does not rely on centralised intermediaries such as brokerages, exchanges and banks. As well as providing decentralised versions of traditional financial services like exchanges, lending, currency exchange and insurance, defi also introduces new concepts like yield farming, liquidity mining and staking.
Whilst this might all seem a little distant from what most BIMA members are working on day to day, the nature of digital is that once disparate concepts can become connected, there is space for innovation.
In this session we’ll explore what that space might look like.
Limited to 12 attendees to allow for discussion. The Chatham House Rule applies and places are strictly limited to one per organisation. We hope you can make it.
David Lockie, UK CEO at Angry Creative
David Lockie is a technologist who loves the cutting edge of technology with specific interests in WordPress, AI and blockchain. He founded Pragmatic (one of the world’s leading WordPress agencies) in 2012, eventually merging with Angry Creative in 2020 to form Europe’s largest specialist WooCommerce and WordPress agency.
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Wed, 31 Mar 2021
10:00 - 11:00