Next Week: Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference KievPublished October 3, 2017 by Florin P
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference in Kiev is the largest cryptocurrency event in Ukrainian history.
Smile-Expo organizes a network of global events under the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference brand in major European cities. The next stop is Ukraine, with the fourth Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Kiev scheduled to take place on October 12. It will conclude a series of stops that have included Stockholm, Prague, Tallinn, Moscow, Kyiv, Saint Petersburg and Almaty. It takes place at the Vsi. Svoyi Lokatsiya art space in downtown and will bring together crypto currency experts from Europe, CIS and the U.S.
This conference promises to be the largest ICO, crypto currency and blockchain event ever to be held in Ukraine. More than 1000 visitors are expected and with a total of 50 exhibitors and more than 30 conference speakers, it is a must attend event for the crypto community. With so many specialists under the same roof Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Kiev, also presents unique networking opportunities.
A Must Attend Event for Cryptocurrency Enthusiasts
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Kiev is set to become one of biggest event organized by Smile-Expo and the largest ever in Ukraine. With an area of more than 1000 m² available and 50 companies presenting their latest products, it has a lot to offer to participants. Those who attend the event will hear the latest news from expert speakers and learn more about hot crypto currencies such as DASH.
BitConnect, Apla, YoBit, MyRig and CoinTraffic are some of the leading companies that have announced their participation. These are popular block chain companies, developers, crypto currency exchanges and news portal that shape the entire industry. The hottest topics at the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Kiev will revolve around finance, legislation, ICO and product development. Conference speakers will discuss the technical aspects of cryptocurrency, blockchain and token investments as well as the legislative hurdles affecting the industry.