New Year and January are right on the way with a lot of new opportunities for blockchainers and crypto enthusiasts. These opportunities can be found on the biggest crypto and blockchain events. Here they are for you:
Israel Bitcoin Summit, 8 December, TEL AVIV, Israel
The Bitcoin Summit is the largest summit for cryptocurrency holders and companies in the Blockchain Industry in Israel. The summit is expected to attract nearly thousand attendees, delegates, and start-ups in Israel and worldwide.
Crypto and Blockchain events are usually impressively lined up with the most glamorous entrepreneurs who promise us a new economy. However, the way there is full of challenges and it is much harder to dig into the depths of technology and the hidden secrets of the practitioners. Therefore, we have set ourselves the goal of bringing you the best hands-on advice by pioneers, for pioneers.
Blockchain Connect Conference: Academic 2019, 11 January, SAN FRANCISCO, USA
Blockchain Connect Conference: Academic 2019 will be the third blockchain connect conference hosted by SV Insight. The theme of this conference is “Academic”. This conference will gather the most authoritative blockchain professors around the world, the public chain projects with the most advanced technology, and technical experts, to discuss about the most cutting-edge blockchain academic research, problems, and solutions. By including keynote speeches and panels covering topics from research to application, the conference will explore the next big opportunity in the blockchain industry.
UNLOCK BLOCKCHAIN, 15-16 January, DUBAI, UAE
Blockchain is here to stay and is growing. Blockchain is set to have a market size of 2.5 trillion by 2021 from its current 548.2 billion in 2018. Over the last five years venture capitalists have invested more than $3 billion in Blockchain projects. Over 90% of the banking industry is studying Blockchain initiatives, and governments around the world are setting up regulatory and legislative policies to tackle the issues arising from this new force-field.
According to market research Blockchain use cases are developing across 20 industry verticals most notably in supply chain, identity, security, financial services-commerce, and infrastructure.
For these reasons and more, we are holding the second edition of UNLOCK in Dubai UAE on January 15th-16th 2019 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel DIFC.
The North American Bitcoin Conference, 16-18 January, MIAMI, USA
Blockchain Forum, 21 January, ZURICH, Switzerland
Emerging Technology Conference & Convention, 22-23 January, SINGAPORE
EmTech Asia is co-organised by MIT Technology Review, the world’s oldest and most respected technology publication since 1899, and Koelnmesse, one of the world’s largest trade fair companies since 1924. Since its inception in 1999, EmTech has become the world’s most influential conference on emerging technologies that matter, growing into a global community which runs in the United States, Europe, South America, India, Hong Kong, China and Singapore. EmTech is where technology, business and culture converge. At EmTech Asia, you will meet the innovators, the scientists, the investors and the tech executives at the heart of the next technology revolution. Throughout two exhilarating days of networking and learning, you will get inspired from 40 speakers and amazed by the ingenuity of the 10 innovators under 35 and 1000 participants who are leaders in their field.
The Osgoode Certificate in Blockchains, Smart Contracts and the Law – Module 2, 23-24 January, TORONTO, Canada
Interpret and plan for global market change through this educational course developed for lawyers, business leaders, managers and influencers with an interest in blockchain.
The Osgoode Certificate on Blockchains, Smart Contracts and the Law is designed to cohesively integrate relevant information on governance, regulation, policy, law and distributed ledger systems in a way that is tailored to help you to understand the implications how blockchain works, and its potential impact.
CHAINERS Blockchain Week, 23-24 January, SEOUL, South Korea
Supply Chain Finance Summit, 24-25 January, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands
Now in its 4th year, this in-depth event tracks the transformation of supply chain finance (SCF); showcasing the latest innovations within the industry for both domestic and cross-border financing, examining the future of technology-enabled supply chain models, and driving the conversation on increasing access of SCF for SMEs and emerging markets.
AraCon, 29-30 January, BERLIN, Germany
The Aragon Conference will bring together people who embody and wish to shape the Aragon community. Those who are building and supporting the pseudonymous, secure, trustless future — the decentralized web.
Decentralized governance and DAOs are at the heart of the new Web 3.0. They are key components in moving towards a more fair and open world for everyone.
The Blockchain Event, 30 January – 1 February, FORT LAUDERDALE, USA
Join the entrepreneurs, developers, industry leaders and investors at The Blockchain Event. Learn everything how blockchain business models will take this distributed ledger technology disrupt every market imaginable from shipping to commerce. Hear real life case studies from companies across industries and learn from their successes and failures. Industry experts and cutting-edge global startups will discuss everything from the advertising implications to potential regulation to security concerns. Finally, we will focus on what the future holds for blockchain and how your company can benefit now.
That’s all for now. Plan your January wisely!
Stay tuned for the next blockchain and crypto events.
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