Educate. Connect. Collaborate.
A highly curated digital assets and blockchain conference for investors and decision-makers, set in the breathtaking scenery of the Swiss Alps
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Welcome to CfC St. Moritz - an intimate circle of selected opinion leaders and investors in the truly private and unique setting of the Swiss Alps. The application-only conference fosters a culture of genuine connection and deliberately admits a maximum of only 250 international UHNWI, family offices, funds, and institutional investors, uniting the traditional finance sector and the crypto industry in the heart of the snowy Engadin valley. During three days, opinion leaders and high-ranking representatives from governmental and supranational bodies, the private sector, academia, and decentralized organizations exchange their knowledge on digital assets, blockchain and traditional finance in various formats on- and off-stage.
The CfC St. Moritz is for sophisticated private and institutional investors, as well as leading executives who are actively involved in or seeking to learn more about digital assets and the crypto and blockchain industry.
CfC St. Moritz tickets are not publicly available. To ensure a top-quality level of attendees, investors interested in participating have to apply for a seat by submitting information about their professional background. In a comprehensive process, a CfC St. Moritz board committee reviews every single application and selects the final participants. The decision is based on factors such as their business profile, market reputation, and match with existing conference participants. The current admission rate is 15%.
The following speakers have been with us at the conference:
While we are preparing for next year's conference, have a look at our previous editions get a better idea of what the CfC St. Moritz experience is like.
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