CryptoFriends Will Celebrate Its 1st Birthday On the “Blockchain Island”
CryptoFriends, the eclectic Blockchain and Crypto events company will be turning 1 year old in a week, and they are throwing an exclusive Crypto iGathering Party on the ‘Blockchain Island’ of Malta on June 16th to celebrate.
CryptoFriends, the eclectic Blockchain and Crypto events company will be turning 1 year old in a week, and they are throwing an exclusive Crypto iGathering Party on the ‘Blockchain Island’ of Malta on June 16th to celebrate. Read more to see what’s in store.
Partnering with IcoBench, The Malta Blockchain Summit and representatives from Malta’s Sigma IGaming organisation, the event will be held at Infinity by Hugo’s, a picturesque rooftop pool venue, and will pull together a selection of industry experts, sponsors, crypto enthusiasts and investors to enjoy a blockchain event with a CryptoFriends style twist.
Daria Arefieva, Co-Founder of CryptoFriends, spoke with us about the upcoming event in Malta and said:
“We cannot wait to celebrate our 1st Birthday on the “Blockchain Island” on June 16th. We have a great lineup of speakers and ICO representatives who will be presenting, and we are almost sold out now. It really is very encouraging to see the amount of support we are getting for our activities from the community, and it really motivates us as a team to go even further with what we can deliver, and to contribute even more to the blockchain space. In fact, we already have 2 more events in Malta scheduled in August and September in the lead up to the Malta Blockchain Summit, so if you miss out on our Birthday Party, there are still plenty of opportunities to get involved.”
What can be expected from the upcoming Crypto iGathering Birthday Party in Malta? Let’s shed some light on that.
Infinity by Hugo’s is an exclusive rooftop pool venue in the town of St Julian’s, and on June 16th it is going full crypto. Be ready to expect a crowd of some of the movers and shakers in blockchain alongside a strong media presence. So remember, make sure to bring your swimsuit and your business cards, and get ready for an afternoon of delicious food, great cocktails, class entertainment and of course, blockchain knowledge.
The selection of speakers will include no other than:
- Olaf Carlson-Wee – Founder of Polychain Capital
- Miko Matsumura – Founder of Evercoin exchange
- Hartej Sawhney – Co-Founder of HOSHO
- Gordon Einstein – Blockchain legal specialist at CKR Law
- Eman Pulis – Founder and CEO at SIGMA I GAMING & MALTA Blockchain Summit
- Eric Benz – CryptoFriends Ambassador and MD at CryptoPay
Additionally, you will have the opportunity to hear from representatives from some of the most promising ICO projects in the space today such as:
- Clear Poker – a decentralised poker platform on ethereum blockchain.
- Fanfare - a blockchain powered social commerce marketplace.
- Nynja – a global blockchain platform for communication & commerce.
- Betonchart – a blockchain based sports betting platform.
- Blockchip - an I-gaming platform that combines the use of blockchain and AI technologies.
And there are still more ICO projects that are currently being vetted.
The upcoming Crypto iGathering on June 16th will be preceded by a private speakers dinner on June 15th, and then followed by a press conference on June 18th, organised by The Malta Blockchain Summit, which will play host to the Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat.
If you are familiar with the past activities of CryptoFriends, then you know what to expect from their unique events. However, if you are new to hearing about this organisation, be ready for an afternoon of extreme fun in an environment of style. Check them out on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to learn more. Also, check out their website to find out more about how to register as a participant or to present at one of their future events.
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