Dubai, United Arab Emirates World Blockchain Forum April 2018 Review

Bringing together elite minds from the business world, the Dubai, United Arab Emirates World Blockchain Forum April 2018 could not have come at a better time. Presently, the blockchain wave has taken up a significant majority of the industries, transforming them in ways that were inconceivable not so long ago. To keep up with the evolving landscape, it is imperative to get involved as soon as possible.

A total of 750 tickets are available for the event, which will see investors and corporate executives convene to deliberate on new investment opportunities, launch innovative technologies and above all establish networks amongst themselves. The conference will cover a myriad of topics including the blockchain technology, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Crowdfund sales, investing, startups and much more.

Each speaker will have a maximum of 20 minutes to present their ideas to the attending delegates. Besides the meeting, attendees will have a chance to tour the nearby expo where several exhibitors and sponsors will be selling their products and services.

A significant number of prominent cryptocurrencies owe their genesis and the ensuing success to this convention. Examples include Dash, Litecoin and Ethereum, whose ICOs were all first announced in the World Blockchain Forum.

This year’s Dubai, United Arab Emirates World Blockchain Forum April 2018 edition, scheduled to be held on the 16-17th April, promises to take a look at the significant steps made in the industry a decade after the launch of Bitcoin, the world’s first cryptocurrency. The meeting’s venue is the Madinat Jumeirah Mina A’ Salam, a world-class restaurant located in Dubai along the shores of the Indian Ocean.

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