On February 21, 2018, our company will host a conference dedicated to blockchain and cryptocurrencies in the Europe’s largest financial hub – Switzerland. Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Switzerland will take place at Grand Hotel Kempinski, a magnificent place in the heart of Geneva, and will gather around 300 participants and over 15 speakers.
Conference participants will focus on digital currencies, investments in blockchain, data protection, mining, and fundraising for blockchain startups. Special attention will be paid to cryptocurrency crowdsales or ICOs.
Our company has invited leading Swiss experts in investments, finance, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain as speakers.
Manuel Martin Marquez, Blockchain Evangelist at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The speaker will share his opinion regarding the use of blockchain in science and tell about the project he is engaged in: blockchain for fundamental change of scientific publishing industry.
Enrique Melero, Senior Consultant at Helvetia Fintech is a specialist in fintech with huge work experience, who is currently implementing blockchain solutions for the company’s customers. His presentation will be dedicated to the blockchain economy.
Douglas Azar, CEO at Wealthinitiative, blockchain enthusiast and investment specialist (including investing in art). He will tell how investments in non-banking assets (in particular, ICO tokens) open new horizons for investors.
Foreign conference speakers are Aviya Arika, Israel (Head of Blockchain Innovation at Nir Porat & Co law firm); Jan Sammut, Malta (CEO at RefToken); Martins Liberts, Lithuania (Co-Founder and CEO at Debitum Network).
Other conference highlights
Apart from speakers’ presentations, we have added the panel discussion to the conference program, featuring several experts. Its topic is Blockchain and ICO regulation in Switzerland and European Union.
We are also organizing an exhibition area at Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Switzerland. Manufacturers of mining farms, Bitcoin ATMs, and other equipment for blockchain infrastructure, as well as developers of apps and software will present their projects there. In the conference hall, every exhibitor will shortly tell about his or her project as part of a pitch session. This format allows investors to find promising projects easily.
15 new locations in 2018
Geneva is not the only new country in the geography of Blockchain & Bitcoin Conferences. This year, we have expanded beyond Europe, getting ready to host conferences in Thailand, the Philippines, South Korea, Nigeria, and 15 other new countries. We will also host our traditional blockchain events in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Kyiv, Prague, and Tallinn.
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