Lend360 Chicago 2022

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LEND360 2022

DATE: 12-14 September 2022

LOCATION: Chicago Marriott, Magnificent Mile, Chicago, IL

LEND360 is an annual summit for the leaders in online lending that explores fintech industry trends and new technologies impacting consumer lenders, small business lenders, service partners, investors, bank representatives, and more.


Join our CEO, Vince Kadar at this panel session on Day 1:

Crypto is coming to lending!

WHEN: 12 September 2022 - 1:30pm to 2:15pm
LOCATION: Salon I (7th Floor)

Vincent Kadar (CEO, Polymath)
Avinash Chidambaram (CEO, Cybrid)
Michael Day (Policy Director, Online Lenders Alliance)

Crypto is sweeping the U.S. with roughly 14% of the population holding some form of digital currency. Crypto exchanges, meanwhile, have been aggressively acquiring users, and taking out high-profile ads. Real-life use cases, including crypto mortgages and financing, have begun to surface with lenders looking for new opportunities. This panel will explore what crypto might have in store for lenders, businesses, and the payments industry as a whole.

About Polymath

Polymath makes smart digital investments easy — all in one platform. One institutional-grade platform to digitize real-world assets represented as security tokens and operated through smart contracts. From creating an offer, setting up yield strategy and process, token issuance, assembling an expert team, to attracting investors, managing your current and future digital portfolios, exposure to key ecosystems, and ultimately, opening up businesses for growth. With its established legacy in developing Polymesh, an institutional-grade open-source blockchain built specifically for regulated assets, Polymath is rooted in technical expertise and is a leader in the new era in fintech and defi, helping businesses build on their success. Polymath corporate headquarters are located in Toronto, ON Canada, with employees and customers around the globe. 


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