Blockchain leaders will gather in Malta to discuss blockchain industry during the the first Malta Blockchain Summit.
While large countries are arguing how to effectively control, manage or ban cryptocurrencies, the tiny Mediterranean island Malta is going to turn into a blockchain capital of the world.
Malta is much ahead of most of its competitors in the regulation and promotion of cryptocurrency.
According to the Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, cryptocurrencies are the “inevitable future of money” and they will form the basis of the future world economy.
Malta Blockchain Summit 2018
Right here, the first Malta Blockchain Summit is set to take place in Malta in November 1-2, 2018. It should attract additional attention of the members of the cryptocurrency industry to Malta.
The summit, organized by the Government of Malta, will get together the largest experts of the industry. They will present the prospects for the development of blockchain technology in Europe using an example of Malta, the leader in the introduction of new technology into the international economy and the financial sector. The program of Malta Blockchain Summit 2018 will include speeches of the Speakers, 4 conferences, ICO-pitch and a blockchain hackathon.
The summit s expected to attract over 4000 delegates, 100 speakers and 150 sponsors.
VIP-speakers of the event will be Hon. Joseph Muscat (Prime Minister, Malta), Jon Matonis (Founder, Bitcoin Foundation), Tugce Ergul (Partner, Angel Labs), Abdalla Kablan (Entrepreneur), Joseph Cuschieri (Executive Chairman, MGA), Wannipha Jen Buakaew (Director, The Blockchain Association), Eva Kaili (Member of the European Parliament), Primož Kordež (Treasury Manager at Cofound.it), Jonathan Galea (Managing Director, Blockchain Advisory Ltd.).
Who should visit Malta Blockchain Summit
Representatives of blockchain companies and specialized organizations: founders and managers of start-ups, fintech companies, traders, brokers, analysts, private capital managers, ICO participants, miners, developers, project managers, cryptocurrency investors, government officials.