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Monday 23rd, the Money20/20 US event will kick-start, Ripple and many other companies across the globe like Coinbase will have representatives at the event, making the attendees to be close to 12,000 as at press time.
Among the big companies that will feature and speak at the event are Ripple’s Executive Chairman and Co-founder Chris Larsen, Chief Technology Officer David Schwartz, SVP of Business and Corporate Development Kahina Van Dyke and SVP of Product Asheesh Birla. Also, Coinbase’ President and Chief Operating Officer, Asiff Hirji, will also speak at the event.
Not only that, Chief Operating Officer at PayPal, Bill Ready will also speak at the event. Patrick Gauthier, VP Amazon Pay will also grace and speak at the occasion, coupled with hosts of others from Google, Shopify and other big companies.
Any Partnership Hope For Ripple (XRP)?
The organisers have said one of the objectives of organising this event is to get companies acquainted with each other, and to seal a possible deal afterward. Events like this are majorly for networking.
No doubt, with Ripple’s executives presenting at this event, it is easy to completely coasts the minds of these firms through their representatives.
The event may give Ripple the advantage to meet Coinbase’ executive and discuss the reasons behind the delay in the listing of XRP.
This week, Coinbase announced it is listing 0x (ZRX), a coin in the 22nd position as at press time. The reason behind this is still shady since the exchange jumped the likes of XRP and decided to list Ethereum Classic and now ZRX.
Money20/20 is a much awaited event for disruptors, innovators and leaders. It gives them the opportunity to unite and become change makers, while also revolutionising the future of money. Moeny20/20 is a 4-day event that brings in unique conversations and insightful learnings.
Always, the event feature close to 12,000 bigwigs from different industries, over 450 speakers, close to 3000 C-suite executives, more than 300 media from over 100 countries.