Financial Commission’s Blockchain Association Participated in First Annual BTC Barcelona Trading Conference

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July 16th, 2019, The Financial Commission today announced the successful participation of its recently launched Blockchain Association as an exhibitor and workshop presenter at the Barcelona Trading Conference (BTC), which took place on July 10-11th in Barcelona, Spain. Blockchain projects, technology providers and other interested parties met with Association representatives to discuss the recently launched external dispute resolution (EDR) and security audit certification services.

Barcelona Trading Conference

The first annual BTC took place at the Barcelona International Convention Centre and brought together over 50 exhibitors, speakers and hundreds of attendees. The Association was pleased to receive a high level of interest among the event’s participants and guests, highlighting the significance of the Association’s services for the Blockchain industry and digital assets today.

Booth visitors were provided with demonstrations on the EDR process, as well as the criteria required to obtain a security audit certification from the Association’s experts.

Workshop: Practical Approaches to EDR


During the first day of the event, the Association’s Chief Operating Officer, Nikolai Isayev, hosted a workshop to highlight the history of existing EDR mechanisms and how they were applied to the new EDR service offered by the Association.

Blockchain Association Chairman of the Board, Peter Tatarnikov commented on the event: “We are excited for the success of the first ever BTC conference hosted by our colleagues and look forward to more important events in the future. We are glad to have met and networked with leading technology and other providers at the event”.

About the Blockchain Association

The Blockchain Association is uniting cryptocurrency exchanges and financial firms transacting on the blockchain that are committed to upholding the highest standards of commercial honor and best business practices by providing their customers free external dispute resolution (EDR) services. In joining the professional community companies and individuals have the unique opportunity to consult with industry experts, legal and compliance professionals and fellow association members about regional regulations and compliance in key global markets where digital currencies are in very high demand.

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