What is CryptoOttawa?
CryptoOttawa is the Chainalysis Canadian public sector summit, where we bring together leaders and experts from across the Canadian law enforcement, regulatory, and national security communities to discuss the threats and opportunities in today’s cryptocurrency landscape and how to prepare for future innovation. Over the course of one day, leading voices from across the public sector and from Chainalysis will share success stories, offer best practices, and present new information in a private setting on recent cryptocurrency-involved investigations and potential regulation.
Who should attend?
Public sector leaders and executives interested in the future of cryptocurrency, including agency leadership, regulators, policy experts, program managers, investigation leads, and analysts.
What is the format of the event?
CryptoOttawa will be a one day, single track event where you’ll have the opportunity to hear from leaders and experts, be briefed on emerging cryptocurrency related-activity in the public sector, and network with peers in the regulatory, law enforcement, and national security community.
What is the cost to attend?
CryptoOttawa is free to attend, and is considered to be a widely-attended public event with the value of all goods and services provided in compliance with local, provincial and federal guidelines.
Reserve your seat and RSVP here.
CryptoOttawa: the Chainalysis Canadian Public Sector Summit
September 1, 2022 | 10:30 a.m. ET | In-Person Only | Ottawa, ON, Canada
Location: Global Centre for Pluralism, 330 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, ON K1A 0G8
Registration Begins @ 10:00 a.m.
Sessions Begin @ 10:30 a.m.
Session End @ 5:00 p.m.
Reception to follow at @ 6:00 p.m.
Location announced to registered guests. Tickets non-transferable. Due to the sensitivity of the day’s sessions, all content will be shared under Chatham House rules and photography and videography are strictly prohibited.
Please note that Chainalysis cannot prevent you from becoming exposed to COVID-19 while at this event and that you may be exposing yourself to and/or increasing your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19 by attending. It is not possible to prevent against the presence of the disease, even though we are adhering to certain precautions.
September 1, 2022