3 May 2018 – After two eventful months hosting Blockchain Meetups in Europe, BlockShow brings their journey to an end with the BlockShow Europe 2018 Conference. At the main conference in Berlin from 28 to 29 May, more than 80 experts will share their expertise in a wide range of blockchain and cryptographic topics. BTC-ECHO is a media partner – the article contains the discount code for our readers.
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The Meetups, which took place throughout Europe, were a complete success and offered the participants good opportunities to network with their keynote speakers.
In total, BlockShow held eight Meetups about Bitcoin loophole in cities such as Paris, Rome and Zurich
During these Meetups the organizers held Q&A sessions with promising Bitcoin loophole start-ups. The participants voted on the winners of these sessions, who are allowed to participate in the upcoming BlockShow Oscar. This is a competition at the BlockShow 2018 in which 50,000 euros can be won, according to the Bitcoin loophole report by onlinebetrug.
BlockShow Europe 2018 in Berlin expects more than 3,000 blockchain influencers and enthusiasts. The conference will offer more than 150 projects a platform where 120 organisations and companies will provide their support for the upcoming event.
“Among the conferences, the BlockShow is like Cirque du Soleil among the circuses – we stand out from the competition. We are not the typical conference. We are moving away from standardised and official content and focusing on a casual atmosphere where the community feels at home and where people can network. We distance ourselves from the word ‘official’ and want to replace it with ‘formless’. We are a show for representatives of the blockchain business who want to make their time efficient”. explains Addy Creeze, CEO of BlockShow.
BlockShow is pleased to welcome Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia and one of Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People” to the conference. Wales is a great influence and advocate in the crypto scene. He began experimenting with the crypto currency in 2014, tweeting in March that he was “playing with BTC. In a subsequent tweet he attached his wallet address to which he subsequently received 5 BTC unsolicited donations. The rest is, as the saying goes, history.
Since 2014, Wikipedia and the rest of the Wikimedia Foundation have accepted Bitcoin as a donation method, thus promoting the use of the crypto currency.
A total of 80 globally recognized speakers will appear at the conference. The list includes experts such as:
Bobby Lee – Co-Founder of BTCC, Board Member of the Bitcoin Foundation
Benny Giang – Co-Founder of CryptoKitties, Product Manager at Axiom Zen
Plamen Russev – Founder and Executive Chairman of Webit.Foundation & Global Webit Congress
Mike Butcher – Copywriter, Broadcaster & Blogger, Editor-At-Large at TechCrunch, candidate for an MBE in the “Queen’s Birthday Honours” list 2016
Llew Claasen – Bitcoin Evangelist, Venture Capitalist, Executive Director of Bitcoin Foundation since 2016
Panels and sessions worth mentioning:
Panel Discussion “Governmental Blockchain Initiatives within the EU (and Beyond)”
Panel Discussion “How Blockchain Changed the Concept of Privacy & Where It Leads Us”
Solution Session “Blockchain and Cybersecurity”
Solution Session “Will Blockchain Drive the Evolution of the Game Industry?”
The conference has a special app for the event, with which all attendees can connect before and during the BlockShow to get the most efficient network effect. Users will be able to filter the attendees according to their expertise and employment (investor, start-up, crypto-fund etc.) in order to organize business meetings easily and efficiently. This is especially convenient for investors who can use the app to analyze different projects before they decide on a meeting.
According to the statistics of the last BlockShow Europe 2018 welcomes Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales to the Blockchain conference, each app user concluded an average of three agreements or partnerships during the two-day conference.
Tickets are now for sale. From 26 April to 23 May, the ticket price will be 1,988 euros, rising to 2,488 euros as the event approaches.