Annual Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Prague by Smile-Expo will once again take place in the Czech Republic
Published on 1 Feb 2019

The Czech Republic will host Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Prague March 22, 2019 for the fifth time – the event about blockchain and cryptocurrencies organized by Smile-Expo. The conference will feature blockchain specialists, entrepreneurs, and investors from different countries.

Conference topics

At the event, experts of leading blockchain companies will discuss global trends of the cryptocurrency market and the future of the technology.

Keynote topics

• Blockchain: opportunities and risks
• Smart contracts and blockchain apps
• The future of Bitcoin
• Development of blockchain in the Czech Republic.

Besides, the event will include a panel discussion – the format of a conversation between crypto experts that has repeatedly gained interest of the audience. Specialists will meet to discuss legal aspects of blockchain in business and cryptocurrency regulation.

Exhibition area and networking

Representatives of top companies and blockchain startups from all over the world will gather in the exhibition area and introduce guests to new projects.

Experts will showcase mining hardware, new software, and practical solutions for blockchain business.

Networking will provide attendees with a possibility to talk to colleagues, to expand the network of business contacts, and find business partners to develop new projects.

Organizer

The event is hosted by the international Smile-Expo that has successfully organized 50 blockchain events in 24 countries.

Venue

Panorama Hotel, Milevská 7, 140 63 Prague 4, Czech Republic

Details about the conference and comprehensive program are available on the website of Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Prague.

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