The largest international Blockchain & Cryptocurrency conference of the region
ING published a few weeks ago a customer report where it was quoted that Turkey is the leading cryptocoins owner among all European estates. People in Turkey are leading to more technological innovations and present economic circumstances are m ayor influences. Investors and devs, mainly from the Central Asian and Middle East countries as well as from Turkey itself, both involved in blockchain and who deal with cryptocurrencies will be participating in this conference. Attendees will better understand Blockchain, the greatest technological and financial revolution of the 21st century, with the expression of expert speakers in the sphere. Thus, “Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit” rolls out the distinction of being the largest-scale event of the region, ever held in this field.
Over 5,000 attendees from more than 20 countries will attend the conference and an estimate of 10,000 people will be watching the event live. Definetely the place to be for associating investors, entrepreneurs and professionals for discussing current cryptocurrency market and future of blockchain technology.
International Blockchain & Cryptocurrency conference, will be taking place on February 20, 2019, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Future of Payments with Cryptocurrencies: Why do Current Banking Solutions Fail
Understanding Economic Crises: Blockchain based Economical System
People vs. Power: Shifting Away from Centralization
Panel Discussion: Will States Make Peace with Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain or will They Struggle Against?
Redefining Human Value: a New Epoch of Individualized Economy
Bitcoin and the Other Cryptocurrencies: What are the Investors’ Next Step?
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