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Sia Partners Becomes Gold Sponsor of Blockchain Ireland Week

A hybrid programme of events from Blockchain Ireland will explore the unique opportunities of this exciting technology, taking place from Monday 30th May to Wednesday 1st June 2022

A week of events bringing entrepreneurs, developers and corporate leaders together to build momentum and create opportunities in blockchain technology, crypto and Web3 across Ireland.

Blockchain is one of the most significant technological breakthroughs of the 21st century. The blockchain market is projected to grow from $4.9 billion in 2021, to $67.4 billion by 2026, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 68.4% during the forecast period. The value of the crypto market is now worth in excess of $2 trillion. The technology is reshaping businesses across the globe, and the associated innovation is outpacing existing business models, ecosystems, policy and legislation.

By 2030, blockchain could be used as a foundational technology for 30% of the global customer base, according to Gartner. Furthermore, as the business world moves towards holding and trading more digital assets, with Deloitte reporting intent among more than three quarters (76%) of executives within a decade, blockchain is expected to become a critical enabling layer, not just for enterprise, but for organisations of all shapes and sizes. 

Sia Partners events

As part of Blockchain Ireland week, Sia Partners will be present at the following events:

Monday 30th May at 2.45pm: Future of Digital Assets

Associate Partner, Dan Bolland, will join Ben Duve of BNY Mellon, Jason Ward of Fidelity, and Deborah Hutton of Eversheds Sutherland to discuss the future of digital assets. 

Tuesday 31st May at 12.20pm: Sia Partners Presentation

David Cass will present our work in the Blockchain and Crypto sector, as well as more globally. He will also present our Stratumn offering in more detail. 

Wednesday 1st June: Awards Ceremony

Sia Partners will present an award at the Awards Ceremony. Further details to be announced.