The Biggest Blockchain Conference in Estonia. Meet First Speakers
On March 9, 2017, Tallinn will host the conference dedicated to the blockchain application in business and management – Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Tallinn.
On March 9, 2017, Tallinn will host the conference dedicated to the blockchain application in business and management – Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Tallinn. IBM and Bitcoin Foundation managers as well as e-Residency and e-Auction projects representatives have already confirmed their participation. This was reported by event organizers that held a lot of similar conferences in Russia, Ukraine and the Czech Republic.
Participants include Kaspar Korjus, Managing Director of the world’s first international identification platform, whose name is on the first place in Forbes fintech rating. Others speakers are: Karolina Marzantowicz, IBM leading engineer (Poland), Jon Matonis, researcher of electronic currency and founder of Bitcoin Foundation, and Lasha Antadze, developer of blockchain-based electronic auctions on public property lease and sale.
Along with conference guests, they will discuss government control projects (Govtech), as well as private and open blockchains for banking management, exchange trade, logistics, retail and social sector.
Visitors will be able to attend the exhibition zone, where companies present their software and equipment for the bitcoin industry.
“Becoming interested in blockchain in 2015, we haven’t even supposed how comprehensive it would be in a year. After conferences in Moscow, Kiev and Prague, we have found a lot of partners and permanent speakers. Many of them will come with us in Tallinn,” said Pavel Likhomanov, event curator.
Details and registration on the website: Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Tallinn.
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