The 2022 AIBC UAE had together policymakers, developers, C-suite executives, and legal experts from the burgeoning AI and Blockchain sectors, bringing them to the Middle Eastern metropoles for cutting-edge technology.
The event laid the groundwork for the Industrial Revolution 4.0 with three days of informative panels, exciting keynote speakers, workshops, and networking events. And this year Migom Bank has marked its place there evidently.
Banking Made Modern With Migom Bank
Few banks or banking models appear to have developed a regulated, comprehensive business model that integrates traditional fiat banking with blockchain-based financial services into a single integrated, simple, and compliant neo-banking phenomenon.
Migom Bank, which provides a regulated, safe, and high-tech access point to decentralized finance while adhering to the strictest European banking laws, is an excellent location to start looking for such a new model.
To consider the systemic transition currently underway in the financial services industry is to imagine the modern digital economy’s future – from Facebook’s metaverse to the rise of digitalization and decentralized finance as instances of instrumental forces changing the centuries-old middleman’s function.
There are already hints of the future operating successfully in the present.
Migom Bank is Dedicated to Developing Asset Classes
Migom Bank is one of the world’s few institutions focused on developing asset classes, redefining the client connection with the means of value exchange.
Migom Bank is the first to offer regulated custody with cryptocurrency bank accounts that are linked to digital banking and integrated with traditional deposit, custody, lending, and payment services in fiat currency.
In an ever-changing world, Migom Bank is the ultimate illustration of a bank in your pocket: digital, accessible, and versatile. Migom Bank prioritizes the security of its customers’ cash, enclosing them in bank-grade security and entrusting the custody of their assets to its correspondent banks across Europe.