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John DeatonKeynote Speaker - Crypto Law
John DeatonKeynote Speaker - Crypto Law
Jay KamboKeynote Speaker - Spend the Bits
Jay KamboKeynote Speaker - Spend the Bits
Crypto EriBlockchain Advocate & Advisor
Crypto EriBlockchain Advocate & Advisor


  • Our Team

    Our team comprises individuals from diverse backgrounds, reflecting a wide range of expertise and experience. Directors and members come from all walks of life, bringing valuable perspectives and skills to our organization.
    From professionals within the legal arena to executives who have served in various industries, our team embodies a wealth of knowledge and insight.

  • About Us (WOI)

    Wave of Innovation Ltd stands at the forefront of the blockchain conference landscape, pioneering a new era of knowledge exchange and collaboration. Our primary focus is on organizing high-impact conferences that serve as catalysts for innovation and
    industry growth.

  • Target Audience

    1. Cryptocurrency Enthusiasts and Traders: Individuals interested in cryptocurrencies, trading, and investment strategies.
    2. Technology Enthusiasts: People passionate about emerging
    technologies, innovation, and the potential societal impact of blockchain
    3. Blockchain Developers: Those who develop blockchain applications, smart contracts, or work on blockchain protocols.
    4. Entrepreneurs and Startups: Individuals interested in launching blockchain-based businesses or integrating blockchain technology into existing ventures.
    5. Investors: Venture capitalists, angel investors, and individuals seeking investment opportunities in blockchain projects or cryptocurrencies.
    6. Business Executives and Decision Makers: Professionals from various industries exploring blockchain solutions for enhancing efficiency, security, and transparency in their operations.
    7. Academics and Researchers: Scholars and researchers studying
    blockchain technology, cryptography, distributed systems, and related fields.

  • What is a cryptocurrency

    A cryptocurrency, crypto-currency, or crypto is a digital currency designed to work as a medium of exchange through a computer network that is not reliant on any central authority, such as a government or bank, to uphold or maintain it.
    Individual coin ownership records are stored in a digital ledger, which is a computerized database using strong cryptography to secure transaction records, control the creation of additional coins, and verify the transfer of coin ownership. Despite the term that has come to describe many of the fungible blockchain tokens that have been created, cryptocurrencies are not considered to be currencies in the traditional sense, and varying legal treatments have been applied to them in various jurisdicitons, including classification as commodities, securities, and currencies.

  • What is blockchain technology

    Blockchain technology is a decentralized, distributed ledger system that securely records transactions across a network of computers. Each block in the chain contains a number of transactions, and every time a new transaction occurs, a record of that transaction is added to every participant's ledger. This transparency, security, and immutability are some of the key features that make blockchain technology unique and valuable for various applications ranging from cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin to supply chain management, voting systems, and much more.
    Types of Blockchains
    > Public blockchains
    > Private blockchains
    > Hybrid blockchains
    > Consortium blockchain
    > Permissionless (public) blockchain
    > Permissioned private) blockchain

  • What is a stablecoin

    A stablecoin is a type of cryptocurrency where the value of the digital asset is supposed to be pegged to a reference asset, which is either fiat money, exchange-traded commodities (such as precious metals or industrial metals), or another cryptocurrency.
    In theory, 1:1 backing by a reference asset could make a stablecoin value track the value of the peg and not be subject to the radical changes in value common in the market for many digital assets. In practice, however, stablecoin issuers have yet to be proven to maintain adequate reserves to support a stable value and there have been a number of failures with investors losing the entirety of the (fiat currency) value of their holdings.
    Other Types of Stablecoins
    > Reserve-backed stablecoins
    > Fiat-backet stablecoins
    > Commodity-backed
    > Cryptocurrency-backed

  • What is a digital asset

    A digital asset is anything that exists only in digital form and comes with a distinct usage right or distinct permission for use. Data that do not possess those rights are not considered assets.
    Digital assets include, but are not limited to: digital documents, audio content, motion pictures, and other relevant digital data currently in circulation or stored on digital appliances, such as personal computers, laptops, portable media players, tablets, data storage devices, and telecommunication devices.
    This encompasses any apparatus that currently exists or will exist as technology progresses to accommodate the conception of new modalities capable of carrying digital assets. This holds true regardless of the ownership of the physical device on which the digital asset is located.