North America’s Blockchain Conference; Blockchain Expo announces event dates and new conference agenda
[NORTH AMERICA] Blockchain Expo, the World leading Blockchain expo series, has announced dates for the final event in the 2018 Series. The conference will take place in North America at the Santa Clara Convention Center, 28-29th November 2018.
The conference features two days of world-class content from leading brands embracing and developing cutting-edge blockchain technologies. The content addresses key industries including; financial services, retail, entertainment, healthcare, insurance, music, government, real estate and more.
New conference agenda;
- NEW – Investors, Startup and Crypto Zone (Day 1 & 2)
- NEW – Blockchain Workshops (Day 1 & 2)
- NEW – Blockchain Platforms & Strategies track (Day 1)
- Blockchain for Enterprise (Day 1 & 2)
- Cryptocurrency & Financial Services (Day 2)
- Blockchain for Business (Day 1 & 2)
- Developing Blockchain Applications (Day 1)
- Blockchain Technologies (Day 2)
Event attendees can expect to meet with over 8,000 + like-minded individuals, 300+ exhibitors in a series of networking opportunities. The Blockchain Expo will also allow you to ask questions about the events 200+ thought-leading speakers in Q&A sessions.
The 2019 Blockchain World Series has been announced. Blockchain Expo Global will take place at Olympia Grand, London on 25-26 April 2019. Followed by Blockchain Expo Europe taking place at the RAI Amsterdam, 19-20th June 2019. Dates for the Blockchain Awards, The Blocks will follow.
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NOTES FOR EDITORS
Blockchain Expo North America is the last expo in the 2018 World Series. Blockchain Expo World Series is set to take place in London, Amsterdam and Santa Clara in 2019. Each event will bring together in excess of 8000 attendees and 200+ speakers for two days of world-class content delivered from leading brands embracing and developing cutting-edge blockchain technologies.