The World Economic Forum will host a new conference this week to discuss how the digital transformation of the global finance sector could affect people’s lives.
The event, hosted by the World Economic Roundtable, is designed to give people an understanding of how blockchain could help the world’s financial sector function more effectively.
It will feature more than 200 speakers and panel discussions.
Among the speakers at the event are two people whose backgrounds are not blockchain related: David and Eliza Stirling.
David Stirling, who founded the digital assets firm Blockchain, is a former CEO of the bank Barclays and the author of “How to Build a Blockchain Platform That Can Serve the Global Economy.”
He was a founding member of the Financial Innovation Institute, an organization that works to strengthen the global financial sector.
He was also a member of Barclays Capital’s board of directors.
Eliza has a long history in the blockchain space, having worked for several blockchain companies, including Ethereum, and Blockchain Capital, which she founded with her husband.
The two are the founders of the financial innovation group, which will hold a number of panels, including one focusing on blockchain for healthcare.
David is also the co-founder of Blockchain Capital.
The group has made blockchain a focus in its research and development, and has been working on a number blockchain projects.
In addition to the panel discussions, the group is holding an annual conference called the Blockchain Summit.
This week, the two are expected to address the potential of blockchain for the financial sector, including its impact on the world economy and its potential to transform the way financial services are conducted and regulated.
David, who is also an adviser to the World Trade Organization, said the technology could have a significant impact on how the world works and could even have a dramatic impact on financial services.
He said blockchain could allow banks to offer financial services to more people in the future.
“I think it’s a very promising technology,” he said.
“The technology has really started to develop over the last five years and we have seen a huge impact in financial services.”
Eliza, who will also speak at the conference, said that while she has been involved in the cryptocurrency space for a long time, blockchain technology is a bit different from other cryptocurrencies, but the two have a lot in common.
“In a way, this technology is like a big-brother and a big sister,” she said.
The conference is being held at the World Economics Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
There, more than 100 leading economists, entrepreneurs, and industry experts are expected, along with government officials and other prominent figures.
Eliza Stirlings work at Barclays Capital is currently focused on the development of blockchain technology, but she is also active in the industry.
She founded a blockchain startup called Blockstack, which is currently in private beta testing.
She has also worked on several blockchain projects, including Blockchain Capital and the World Bank.
She said that blockchain has many potential benefits for the world, including reducing costs and allowing financial institutions to deliver more value to their customers.
David and Elisa have said they see blockchain technology being used by banks and governments to make financial transactions more transparent and secure.
They also believe blockchain can help reduce fraud and help improve financial transparency.
David also sees blockchain as a tool for financial services companies to increase transparency and accountability.
He believes blockchain can open the doors for people to have more control over their financial lives, and he believes that it can open up new opportunities for business, particularly in the finance space.
Elisa Stirling said she believes the global blockchain economy is poised to make a big impact on people’s daily lives, not just in the financial services sector, but in other sectors of the economy as well.
“It’s a game changer, it’s going to have a massive impact on our daily lives,” she told ABC News.