Amid the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the major crypto event, Crypto Finance Conference (CFC), will be organized in Switzerland.
As per the announcement, the international event will be held in St. Moritz, Switzerland from January 20 to 22, 2021.
Some Prominent Industries Part Of CfC
It has been also announced that people from some of the prominent industries like Winklevoss Capital, Swiss National Bank, the European Parliament, Ledger, and others will be the key speakers at the event.
The upcoming event will be the fourth annual iteration of CfC and if organizers are to be believed then the future conference would be a lot different from the earlier ones.
As this conference will be held in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, therefore, the authorities will give priority to the health and safety of the people attending the event. For this, the organizer has created a comprehensive strategy for COVID-19, while ensuring the preventive guidelines of the authorities.
The Crypto Finance Conference has released the strategy on its official website, where it has highlighted a huge set of preventive measures for the attendees.
Preventive Measures Comply With the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health
It is to be noted that all these preventive measures are sub-divided into pre-event and on-site safety. In the strategy, CFC has mentioned about mandatory face mask, strict policies for cleaning and disinfecting, and also rules for social distancing.
The organizers of the Crypto Finance Conference has further mentioned on its website that this time only 250 people will be the part of this event and also those people would have to install the SwissCovid app in their phones in order to trace the contacts and symptoms.
The CFC organizers have claimed that the measures they have posted on its website and will be taking during the event, comply with the requirements of the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health.
According to the CEO of CFC St.Moritz, Nicolo Stoehr, “Physical encounters and personal exchanges are more necessary than ever and will be possible under strict compliance rules.”