Event Topic: Payments General
Event Type: Conference
Date: 9 Mar 2017
Time: All Day
The first large conference for Blockchain developers and businessmen – Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference – will be held in Tallinn. Representatives of leading IT companies, authors of startups and everyone who is interested in Blockchain technologies will come together.
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference – a net of conferences which comprises Russia, Ukraine, Czech Republic – and Estonia. The last event which took place on November 10 in Moscow was visited by the representatives of IBM, Microsoft, Sberbank, “Skolkovo”, Higher School of Economics as well as Russian government.
For leaders of IT industry
Estonia is the leader in IT sphere with Blockchain developments supported on the national level. There is a project aimed at transferring medical charts into Blockchain for data protection and doctors’ quick access to them.
At the same time, the country, which has Wi-Fi almost in every corner, is implementing a series of IT projects. In particular, one of them is aimed at giving electronic citizenship to employable people from other countries.
Estonian infrastructure is ready for the brightest IT startups and Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference is the place where developers, businessmen and investors will meet.
Topics of the conference
Participants will discuss Blockchain solutions in governance (Govtech) as well as developments of various business spheres: banking, trading, notary services, healthcare, logistics, retail.
The list of speakers is being formed but organizers – Smile-Expo Company – promise as notable experts as in Kyiv, Moscow and Prague. Every segment (business, developments, governmental regulators) will have its representatives.
The founder of Bitcoin Foundation and Forbes columnist will visit Blockchain Conference in Tallinn
In March of the coming year blockchain developers and entrepreneurs will get together at Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Tallinn to listen to the founding director of Bitcoin Foundation, fintech columnist with Forbes Magazine Jon Matonis.
The independent cryptocurrency and blockchain analyst whose career has included influential posts at VISA International and fintech companies will speak about prospects of blockchain consortiums.
He will focus on open blockchain with its advantages over private systems. Reliability, security and flexibility are real advantages of blockchain with open access. Jon Matonis believes that developers of private blockchain should coordinate in order to benefit the market.
He will present ideas of his articles for Forbes, American Banker and CoinDesk.
Except for Jon Matonis, the conference will be visited by developers of fintech and govtech blockchain services as well as European cryptocurrency experts. To find out more visit the website of the conference.
Where and when: March 9, Tallinn