E19 : The MoneyConf edition with Max Keiser & more

Over June 15 & 16, the world of FinTech converged on Belfast for MoneyConf. Andy O’Donoghue from The Gadget Buzz was there and he got to chat with some of the companies launching at MoneyConf, including Margaux Avedisian from MonetaGo who announced their Bitcoin Exchange platform would go live in 40 countries, as well as Irish start-up iSave who are building a savings platform to help consumers get their finance under control.

Andy also talked to two of the keynote speakers from MoneyConf, Jane Zavalishina, CEO of the Yandex Data Factory and the broadcaster Max Keiser. The first thing Andy asked Max? Who’s more afraid of crypto – Clearing Banks or Central Banks?

And before MoneyConf kicked off, its sister conference, EntConf brought together the enterprise sector and one speaker Andy was keen to chat to was the new VP of EMEA for Power Storage – James Petter.

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