Estonia is Offering Some Significant Firsts in Tallinn at Blockchain Conference 2017Published March 9, 2017 by Lee R
Tallinn is the place to be for anyone in iGaming right now.
With iGaming conferences seeming popping up everywhere in 2017, Estonia is not going to be left out of the fun by any means.
Today, March 9, Estonia puts itself on the map courtesy of premiere conference promoter Smile-Expo, where Estonia’s largest ever blockchain conference will be launched.
The Blockchain Network
The Tallinn event is part of a greater net of blockchain events taking place across Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Kiev and Prague, with Estonia being integrated in as an Eastern European blockchain and iGaming hub.
The conference is scheduled to focus on Estonian and foreign projects actively implementing blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
Topics up for discussion include a comprehensive coverage of all aspects of innovative IT product creation, covering all phases from emergence of ideas to full market entry.
Participants set to present include IT developers, entrepreneurs, investors, software and equipment manufacturers.
Sectors of Expertise
The list of speakers includes managers of well-known corporations and representatives of governmental authorities who are integrating blockchain technology. These luminaries continue to exemplify the ability of the technology to be used for all manner of business improvement process, above and beyond the vital support for cryptocurrency through which blockchain has forged its reputation of viability and innovation.
Representatives set to speak include those from IBM, e-Residency, BitcoinFoundation, Funderbeam, along with other prominent projects in Estonia and abroad.
Govtech implementation of Blockchain will be discussed in presentations such as those of KasparKorjus, e-Residency managing director; Franky Hu, WageCanCEO; and Lasha Antadze, a developer of the intriguing e-Auction 3.0 blockchain platform.
To address blockchain implementation in the banking sector, Karolina Marzantowicz, IBM Distinguished Engineer; Kaidi Ruusalepp, founder of Funderbeam; and Jüri Laur, head of payment services at LHV bank, are all primed to speak.
Conceptual presentations will be provided by Jon Matonis, head of Bitcoin Foundation; Dima Starodubcev, founder of Cyber Fund; and Marc Kenigsberg, СЕО of Jamworx.
The Demo zone on the exhibition floor will further show off new software and hardware products for cryptocurrency industry demands.
Anyone interested in benefitting from blockchain technology, or already involved in block chain technology anywhere in the world should get to Tallinn to get a leg up on this fascinating and increasingly relevant iGaming industry component.