November 20, 2017

FinTech Connect Live | Free and Discounted Tickets for Readers

Free tickets to the biggest FinTech exhibition this year, plus free and discounted conference tickets to OTC Space Readers. 

FinTech Connect on December 5th and 6th

Combining the hustle and bustle of an exhibition featuring over 3,000 visitors, and 200 exhibitors and partners, FinTech Connect Live is the UK’s largest fintech event. Playing host to 4 strategic conference sessions with inspirational case studies from around the world, a technology buyers theatre with 50 product demos, 12 educational workshops tackling practical fast growth challenges, and two full days of dedicated mentoring clinics for start up leaders, FinTech Connect Live is the ‘must have ticket’ for stakeholders from across the full fintech eco-system.

FinTech Connect Live provides a platform for all those attending to collaborate, differentiate, form connections, source solution, conduct and generate business with new, existing and upcoming fintech players in the market.


The conference agenda will cover topics such as:

  • Fintech post-Brexit
  • PSD2
  • APIs and open data
  • Crowd-trading
  • AI
  • Scaling alternative finance platforms
  • Big data and money management
  • Blockchain and distributed ledgers
  • P2P money transfers using blockchain
  • Smart contracts for consumer loans
  • Creating your own digital currency (OTC Space dollars anyone?)

Free Stuff for Readers

Attending the exhibition is free, just visit here to get a pass. Attending the conference is not free (regular price £349) but OTC Space can offer 10 complimentary seats to our lucky readers, visit this link and use code OTCSpace100 to register. Anyone else beyond the first 10 can get a 10% discount by visiting this page and using code OTCSpace10.

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