Mercuryo’s BigTime Summit in Cyprus highlighted FinTech industry milestones

By July 19, 2023 In Events

The Big Time Summit FinTech event took place in Cyprus on July 7.

Over 30 panels, round-table discussions, and workshops were hosted by the global payments infrastructure network Mercuryo with around 400 participants in attendance, celebrating the success of businesses worldwide in adopting crypto and blockchain technology.

The international PR firm Drofa Comms and media outlets such as Cointelegraph, Cryptopolitan,, NewsBTC, CoinCodex, Cryptonewsz, and others served as Mercuryo’s media partners for the event, providing information support.

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The Summit brought together industry leaders, developers, and innovators in FinTech from around the globe, with speakers representing well-known giants like Binance, TrustWallet, 1inch, Metamask, Sumsub, Solana, Consensys, TON Foundation, and more, delivering presentations and sharing their thoughts on recent market trends.

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Petr Kozyakov, CEO and co-founder of Mercuryo, stated:

“Holding the Big Time Summit event this year allowed us to bring together a great number of prominent representatives of the FinTech market to interact with their peers and exchange experiences. In many ways, their insights regarding the shifting industry agenda and emerging technologies help shape the path we will walk in the future. At Mercuryo, we recognize this and intend to provide more avenues like this one in the coming years.”

During the event, popular topics included leveraging blockchain technology in businesses, crypto neobanking’s influence on the global financial ecosystem, and crypto-based cross-border payments.

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Many participants also discussed the current regulatory landscape in crypto, focusing on the recently approved MiCA framework and the potential for greater comprehensiveness once fully in effect.

Speakers emphasized that businesses are willing to adapt and work with regulators as long as rules are clarified.

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