Names of First Speakers for Tallinn Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference RevealedPublished January 19, 2017 by Ivan P
The first Blockchain and Bitcoin Conference to take place in Tallinn, Estonia, will gather a number of expert speakers eager to share their insights.
Names of the first speakers for the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference taking place in the capital of Estonia, Tallinn, in March have been announced. The Conference, which will focus on the application of the blockchain concept and cryptocurrencies in various business projects, hopes to reach meaningful conclusions and offer solutions for the introduction of cryptocurrency concept in many spheres of everyday life, like governmental institutions, healthcare, banking, trading, and more.
Experts from Relevant Fields
All of the speakers who have confirmed their presence in March are experts in related fields and will have interesting and useful insights to share with participants and the audience. One of them is Kaspar Korjus, the Managing Director of the first-ever international identification platform. Other speakers include Karolina Marzantowicz, one of the leading IBM engineers in Poland, Lasha Antadze, who developed electronic auctions based on the blockchain, and Jon Matonis, the founder of the Bitcoin Foundation.
All of them have first-hand experiences with cryptocurrencies and the blockchain concept. These expert speakers have a deep understanding of how things work, what advantages the blockchain offers, but also what are some of the biggest challenges connected with the concept. As such, their insights are invaluable.
Changing Approach to Cryptocurrencies
The Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference taking place on March 9 in Tallinn is the first event of this kind in Estonia. The Conference takes place in many other cities across Europe, including Prague, Moscow, Kiev, and Saint Petersburg.
Gathering experts and other interested parties like IT developers, software and hardware manufacturers, and investors, the Conference aims to completely change the approach to cryptocurrencies. The organizers believe the time has come for the blockchain to be introduced into many spheres of life, and it needs to be done soon.
The first Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference was held in 2015, and over a short period, it created a lot if interest with like-minded experts and business partners. As Pavel Likhomanov, the event curator, explains, the Conference now has a number of permanent speakers, many of whom will also be present in Tallinn.