Moving blockchain away from cryptocurrencies: An interview with Billon CEO Andrzej Horoszczak

Interview with Billon CEO and founder

For many people, blockchain is indelibly linked to cryptocurrencies it is set to disrupt the established international financial order. But, is large-scale disruption actually beneficial to the individuals and companies that rely on the international payment system everyday?

Billon wants harness the transformative power of blockchain to provide secure and regulated environments for electronic currency transfers, all whilst remaining fully compliant with KYC and AML procedures.

In short, the goal on Billon is to process and transact real currencies within the regulated financial system using blockchain technology.

I sat down with Billon CEO and founder Andrzej Horoszczak at BlockchainExpo 2018 in London (please note that the sound quality improves DRASTICALLY at 00:38, you can even see me remember to turn my microphone on).

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Interested in hearing leading global brands discuss subjects like this in person? Find out more at the Blockchain Expo World Series, Global, Europe and North America.

 

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