Gate.io attends the 7th Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) from November 2nd to 4th at the Singapore Expo convention centre. With over 300 booths and 65 sponsors, this 3-day event will attract more than 60,000 attendees and 300 industry guests, making it one of the most distinguished fintech summits in the world.
Gate.io to promote wide adoption of digital assets
During SFF, the Gate.io team will connect with on-site partners and attendees to engage in in-depth interactions. By attending the Singapore Fintech Festival, Gate.io hopes to deepen its understanding of the local crypto industry and market and promote the wide adoption of digital assets worldwide.
Gate.io’s representative said “Singapore is an early explorer and leader in the crypto industry. We are glad to participate in the FinTech Festival to engage with the local crypto community and discuss new cooperation ideas for shaping the digital economy with global financial industry leaders and practitioners.”
Singapore is an early adopter of crypto regulations and blockchain technology and is recognized as one of the most important global crypto markets due to its crypto policy and ecosystem. This has resulted in an international and focused trend in strategic investment emerging.
The world’s most impactful fintech event
Singapore FinTech Festival 2022 is hosted in collaboration with trusted partners around the world. Key attendees include government leaders, regulators, financial services leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and technology leaders, who will assess and discuss revolution-driven factors.
The 7th annual Singapore FinTech Festival (SFF) will be held at the Singapore Expo from November 2-4, 2022. SFF will bring together the global fintech community to connect and collaborate on financial services, public policy and technology development issues. As the world’s largest fintech festival, last year’s event brought together more than 60,000 participants from 160 countries. SFF is organized by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Elevandi and Constellar in partnership with the Association of Banks in Singapore.