According to a report by Markets and Markets, “The Global Blockchain market size is expected to grow from USD 3.0 billion in 2020 to USD 39.7 billion by 2025, at an impressive Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 67.3% during 2020–2025.” This makes Blockchain a specific topic of interest for organizations and institutions.   

Marking the road to emphasize on this advanced solution, Big Innovation Centre India initiated its Blockchain webinar series and conducted a webinar ‘Implementing Blockchain for Financial Transactions’ on 20th January 2021. The Webinar was meant to draw some attention to the role of Blockchain in Financial Sector. The Webinar started at 4:30 PM (IST) and swept through a course of 90 mins. Though it was not reasonable, to sum up a comparatively new and massive subject like Blockchain and its relevance in the Financial Sector, our speakers were proficient to elaborate into the matter.  

We were pleased to have with us Mr Jay (Big Innovation Centre, India) as our moderator, along with Mr Fernando Santiago Cajaraville (Blockchain Research & Project Manager at Big Innovation Centre) Mr Anuj Kumar Garg (Innovation and Blockchain Leader at IBM) and Vikrant Ponkshe (BFSI Thought Leader, Fin-tech & Reg-Tech Advisor). This panel was very beautifully addressed by Mr Jay as varied experts with highly demandable experience, advocating, educating and navigating the adoption of Blockchain as a solution. 

The Subtopics that were addressed by our Speakers were: 

  1. Decentralized Banking function of Banking Sector 
  2. Exploring the opportunities provided by Blockchain to the Financial Institutions
  3. The underpinning Technology that is changing the face of Global Trade 

Pressing the Agenda: 

  1. Discussion on fundamentals of Banking Sector, Financial Institutions and Global Trade and its changing eco-systems. 
  2. What is the Future of Banking and Financial Services look like? 
  3. What do the experts think about the role of Blockchain in Multilateral Netting? 

To know more about the Webinar, watch it here: