The digital era continues to disrupt industries, and this may prove especially true for money.
On April 26, 2010, some of the best and brightest thinkers around the industry will come together at The Future of Money & Technology Summit in San Francisco to discuss the impact that the technologies of today and tomorrow will have on our relationship with currency.
The summit has been orchestrated to examine the evolving money ecosystem in a proactive, dealmaking environment. Visionaries, entrepreneurs, developers, press, investors, authors, solution providers, service providers, and organizations who work at the convergence of cash and commerce will all be in attendance.
Discussion topics include Mobile Payments, Technology Makes Money Human (The Psychology of Money), New Banking Methods, Wallet in the Cloud, Social Capital, Alternative Currency Sources, and a whole lot more. See their full schedule for the complete list.
The summit is produced by Brian Zisk, who also organizes the popular SF MusicTech Summit. When asked about his new conference, he said:
“There are so many folks working on interesting money-related technology projects that it made sense to bring the thought leaders together. There’s something special that happens when you bring this many bright minds together in one place… it will make the first Future of Money and Technology Summit a smashing success.”
Register for the summit here.