On April 23-24 in Singapore, the Global Forum Blockchain Life 2019 Welcomes 5000+ Attendees and Top Companies at its 3d Edition
More than 5000 people including industry top speakers, funds and investors, blockchain startups and world companies, crypto traders, developers and miners - all are going to join Blockchain Life 2019 to discuss the latest trends and ways of earning money in the crypto market.
The global forum 2019 highlights four significant topics: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, StartUps and Mining. More than 5000 people including industry top speakers, funds and investors, blockchain startups and world companies, crypto traders, developers and miners - all are going to join Blockchain Life 2019 to discuss the latest trends and ways of earning money in the crypto market.
Find out more information and get tickets: http://blockchain-life.com
Among the participating companies: Listing.Help, CoinMarketCap, KuCoin, Cointelegraph, BitForex, Neo, Nem, BitBlock Capital, IvoryBay Capital, Gravitas Holding, InfiniVision, Jets Capital and other famous enterprises from all over the world.
The list of speakers is constantly growing, check it here: http://blockchain-life.com
The previous Blockchain Life forum in November 2018 attracted over 4500 guests and became one of the largest world events in the industry. In 2019 the famous hotel Marina Bay Sands welcomes 5000 participants from 70 countries around the globe in Singapore.
Join world blockchain and cryptocommunity now: http://blockchain-life.com
The global forum is organized by the world listing agency - Listing.Help. The general partner of Blockchain Life 2019 is ELVN - a new, convenient and safe cryptomessenger, that pays its users for activity.
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