Blockchain Development Stimulated in Berlin with More 2018 ExpertisePublished April 12, 2018 by Lee R
Berlin is one of the center of an entire satellite of blockchain events implementing blockchain worldwide.
A dynamic group of 150 blockchain specialists came together in Berlin last week to share their expertise on blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies and ICO.
On April 4th, Bitcoin and Blockchain Berlin addressed all manner of contemporary issues facing effective blockchain implementation into business and regulatory processes with key insights regarding ICOs specifically for start-ups and investors, complete with cryptocurrency analytics and shared future forecasts.
Chock Full of Expertise
Leading speakers included blockchain experts such as IBM Cloud Technical Vice President of Innovation and New Technologies Rene Bostic, who delivered a speech on the Advancement of Blockchain Technology: From Concept to Implementation; technology-oriented global law firm DWF partner Dr. Nina-Luisa Siedler, who spoke about token regulation in her additional role as head of the international Blockchain Competence Group; Manuel Martin Marquez, the European Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) Big Data project leader who spoke about giving the scientific benefits of the blockchain back to the society, Mindspider founder Nathan Williams, who delivered a speech on the impact of the blockchain on due diligence; and Adel co-founder Gabriel Dusil, who discussed the topic of “Who will be a Borderless Citizen in the 21st Century?”
The popular panel discussion at the conference was entitled “From strategy to execution of ICOs: prospects, regulation and current state,” as moderated by Midas Touch Consulting CEO Florian Grummes.
Other programming at this wonderfully well-rounded affair included individual pitch sessions and an exhibition area featuring platforms as Trustier, BubbleTone, XRIBA, Unibright, MoneyRebel, Endo and Zeus.
ICO’s are becoming more important as investment and capital raising tools, with more Smile-promoted Blockchain events this year set to clarify further across Moscow, Prague, Finland and Australia in a year in which each Smile Expo conference seems to reveal more evolving information.