On 29 May, Sydney will host Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Australia, a large event dedicated to cryptocurrency and ICO.
Invited speakers will discuss Australian and world cryptocurrency legal regulations, state digital economy development, and new blockchain solutions tools. Experts will also discuss the ways blockchain is applied in business processes and ICO launches.
Rupert Colchester, the head of Blockchain and Practice Leader at IBM Australia and New Zealand, will explain what makes a great blockchain for business. The main topic of his speech will be “Blockchain for Business Networks – Unplugging the Hype”, in which he will talk about the blockchain implementation into business operations.
Ilyas Vali, a co-founder of rLoop, will deliver a presentation on the topic “The Power of Crowdsource Engineering, Starting with the Hyperloop”. The speaker will explain how blockchain-based decentralized engineering can contribute to innovations.
Anthem Hayek Blanchard, CEO at Hercules SEZC, will also present at the conference. The main topic of his speech will be “Gold, Cryptocurrency, and the Blockchain”. The speaker is an experienced expert in the sphere as he is specializing in simplifying the use of gold and other physical fungible goods a currency through the blockchain technology.
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The conference program will also include a panel discussion. It will be focused on latest trends in Blockchain 2018-2019, where top experts from Arcona Digital Land and BlockTrade Investments will share ideas.
There will also be a pitch session, where presented companies will have a possibility to talk about their projects and innovations. The exhibition area will give a space for cryptocurrency equipment and new technologies demonstration.
The conference is organized by the international company Smile-Expo. In the framework of Blockchain & Bitcoin Conferences, the company has been bringing top experts together since 2014. Smile-Expo’s blockchain conferences have already visited 16 countries.
More information and registration are available on the website
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