The Malta Blockchain Summit Edging Closer
The long days of summer are officially over and the Malta Blockchain Summit is just around the corner. From the 1st to 2nd November, over 5000 delegates, hundreds of investors, 100 speakers and 300 sponsors and exhibitors will converge on the Blockchain Island for premier networking opportunities and of-the-minute conferences.
With a sold out floor plan, global influencers in the block sphere will be in their element. The opportunity to debate the potential applications of blockchain and forge lasting connections reflects the pivotal role this island has established as the first regulated jurisdiction for crypto exchanges and blockchain application developers.
The summit will host four topical conferences covering the field’s regulation and investment, marketing and affiliation, fintech, tokenomics and cryptocurrencies, and blockchain for developers. Delegates can also expect a line up of high-profile speakers, with blockchain Co-Inventor W. Scott Stornetta and the innovative John McAfee leading the pack. Also lending prestige to the event is the Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat, who will inaugurate the regulatory conference.
The summit promises excitement for developers – an enticing €50k Hackathon prize is up for grabs and has already lured more than 250 registered teams, and individual developers to the Blockchain Island event.
An ICO Pitch is also on the books and has generated excitement amongst start-ups looking to gain a foothold in the industry.
Blockchain developers and affiliates gain free entry to the Malta Blockchain Summit, whilst those needing tickets still have a window of opportunity before ticket prices triple on October 1st.
With just weeks to go, the Malta Blockchain Summit is already on its way to filling its promise to becoming a landmark event in the global blockchain calendar.
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