On March 9, 2017, Tallinn will host the conference dedicated to the blockchain application in business and management – Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Tallinn.
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Tallinn
On March, 9 the event management company “Smile-Expo” is holding the first large blockchain conference in Estonia. Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference is a net of Blockchain events taking place in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Kiev and Prague.
The event will focus on Estonian and foreign projects implementing Blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Experts will share their experience of implementing Blockchain in governmental institutions (Govtech), banking system, trading, media, healthcare and other spheres.
Attendees will discuss all the aspects of creating innovative IT products – from the emergence of idea to entering the market.
The main participants are IT developers, entrepreneurs, investors, software and equipment manufacturers. The speakers are managers of the well-known companies and representatives of governmental authorities.
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.
The event’s curator Pavel Likhomanov said:
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.
Others speakers will include 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.
Visitors will be able to attend the exhibition zone, where companies present their products such as software and hardware for the Bitcoin industry.
Details and registration on the website: Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Tallinn.
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