The Parisian capital hosts, for the fifth consecutive year, one of the most important Fintech events in Europe and the world. This is a very important date in the digital finance sector, which is why Bitsa will be present at the Paris Fintech Forum 2020.
Bitsa will attend to show the world its commitment to financial freedom and its purely digital DNA. Bitsa Card travels to Paris!
What is the Paris Fintech Forum? Discover all the details
The Paris Fintech Forum (PFF) is the great annual event held in Europe on digital finance & Fintech, organized by Altéir Event. The most exclusive European event that encompasses all actors in the financial industry.
Aware of the great importance of this event, Bitsa will attend the fifth edition of the PFF. An exceptional opportunity to strengthen the company’s commitment to digital finance and establish relationships with partners from all parts of the world.
Attendees at the PFF 2020 will be able to learn about the Bitsa Card project, the prepaid card without a bank account, as well as that of Bitsa Young, which offers financial freedom for young people under 18.
When is the Paris Fintech Forum?
In 2020, the 5th edition of the Paris Fintech Forum will be held in Paris on January 28th and 29th. Where it will be held?
The majestic Palais Brongniart, historical monument, will be the epicenter of this financial innovation event.
From 07:30 am to 07:00 pm, attendees will be able to enjoy interesting sessions with great speakers from various sectors, attend networking meetings and many other events scheduled within the 2020 PFF program.
Paris Fintech Forum: agenda 2020
What can be found in the 5th edition of the PFF? Presentations on alternative finance, cybersecurity, cooperation, big data, blockchain and digital assets, interviews, round tables, business and networking areas … And of course, there will also be time for relaxed moments like the Paris Fintech Night.
Check out the Paris Fintech Forum agenda to discover all the events that Bitsa will attend as Fintech that offers financial services within the European Single Market (SEPA) area.
PFF 2019 in numbers
The last edition of the Paris Finance Forum 2019 welcomed more than 2,700 attendees from 75 countries around the world.
Assistants could attended the different presentations by more than 280 CEOs and authorities who went as guests. The ECB president, Christine Lagarde; Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse; Visa’s CEO in Europe, Charlotte Hogg, among others
What to do if you run out of tickets for Paris Fintech Forum 2020? The videos of the fifth edition of the PFF 2020 will be uploaded to the web in a gradual and free way, from the month of March to the month of September of this year. So not is all lost!
And of course, keep an eye on Bitsa posts so as not to miss anything that happens in this important Fintech meeting.