After a year of massive losses, arrests and unfolding legal troubles, many of the world’s largest cryptocurrency and blockchain companies are back in Davos this year, hoping to shore up — or resuscitate, if necessary — the industry’s image and attract new investors.
“We’re coming in with guns blazing,” said Dante Disparte, chief strategy officer for Circle, a digital currency and payments company. He added, “2022 was crypto’s dot-com-bust moment. Now we’re bringing in key executives and putting on a lot of content that shows that the technology is here to stay. It’s durable. It’s a crucial part of modernizing the global financial system. This is an agenda-setting moment that matters.”
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