Blockchain Alternative Investment Conference 18-19 June 2018 St. Paul's Cathedral and modern glass building in half grey half blue

London Plays Host to Blockchain Alternative Investment Conference

Jun 19, 2018, 9:40AM
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London's Blockchain Alternative Investment Conference commenced Monday with an impressive slate of speakers scheduled for the two-day event.

Yesterday marked the commencement of the 2018 Blockchain Alternative Investment Conference in London, hosting the industry's leading crypto fund managers, innovators, and operators. The two-day gathering enlists 65 influential speakers, ranging from blockchain founders to executives and CEOs. 

Day 1 has come and gone with speakers having tremendous success and an expanding dialogue between some of the most noteworthy names in the blockchain. Many of the events have been recapped by involved parties on Twitter. The anticipated Zero Carbon Project named Tuesday as the launch of its "private pre-sale democracy," building excitement for the second day of the event.

Tuesday includes a dozen other activities comprised of lectures, fireside chats, and the closing ICO pitch competition. Attendees will hear from Rt. Hon. Grant Shapps MP (U.K. Parliament) to kick off the morning at 10:35. The morning rounds out with a panel about investing in the real world applications of blockchain before the run of five panels that lead up to the competition.

In addition to the slate of talented speakers, Tuesday's name attraction is the available exhibits. 36 different displays are scheduled for the morning, offering attendees an insight into coming developments and innovations. Landmark exhibits to look for include

  • Cumberland
  • Satoshi Careers
  • Consensys
  • Harvard Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies Alumni Special Interest Group
  • CoinShares
  • InstaSupply

Individual and minor group passes are still available for the event, registration opens at 8:00 AM.

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