A meetup dedicated to DeFi in Lugano
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A meetup dedicated to DeFi in Lugano

By Marco Cavicchioli - 23 Nov 2019

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On Thursday, November 28th, 2019, in Lugano, there will be a meetup dedicated to DeFi, i.e. decentralised finance. 

The meetup is organised by Crypto Valley, Swiss Italian and Southern Alps. It will start at 5:00 PM (GMT+1) and will take place at Regus – Lugano, Quartiere Maghetti. 

It will last about an hour and admission is free of charge after registration: to participate a request for participation must be sent via the appropriate form of the event on meetup.com.

The meetup will be attended by Emiliano Bonassi, Eidoo’s VP of Engineering, who will explain how DeFi products work, what are the new opportunities and risks in this new sector, and how DeFi could change the way we do business. 

In fact, DeFi, or Decentralised Finance, is the new buzzword in the crypto community and constitutes the new frontier in the development of this world. 

However, if on the one hand these new technologies represent a new opportunity, thanks to the high degree of innovation they are introducing into the world of finance, on the other, like any new innovation, they must be understood and studied in depth in order to be taken full advantage of, without the inevitable new risks they bring. 

Decentralised finance is something completely different from anything that has ever existed on a financial level in the world, so the approach can be difficult for those who, for example, are accustomed to the products and tools of classical finance. 

The chance to meet in person with a true expert in the sector, such as Emiliano Bonassi, allows for a rapid, direct and precise understanding

Eidoo is one of the companies that is doing its best to make these new tools accessible to the general public so that they are easy to use even for the less experienced. 

Marco Cavicchioli
Marco Cavicchioli

Class 1975, Marco teaches web-technologies and is an online writer specializing in cryptocurrencies. He founded ilBitcoin.news, and his YouTube channel has more than 11 thousand subscribers.

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