London Blockchain Week in partnership with NAIMA
February 8th - 14th, 2019
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London Blockchain Week is pleased to announce that Société Générale, Lee Rowley MP, Pillar Project, SVK Crypto, Consensys Enterprise and Blockchain Quantum Impact will be headlining the event in February 2019 in London.
Now in its fifth year, Blockchain Week will bring together leading blockchain thinkers throughout the week comprising of senior audience from enterprise, government, academia, VC firms and media. With an international audience of 35 percent, companies, individuals and governments who are affected by and are taking full advantage of the technology will discuss the trends and issues they are seeing.
As blockchain continues to mature, London Blockchain Week takes place in the context of many businesses and institutions accelerating testing and implementation of blockchain platforms in financial services, legal, healthcare and many more sectors. It is becoming vital for companies to understand the possibilities that come from embracing this revolutionary technology.
The event will kick off with the Hack The Block Blockchain Hackathon at Cocoon Networks on Friday 8 February for the weekend, culminating into a two-day exhibition and conference with networking drinks each evening starting on Monday 11 February, and then a series of Blockchain/DLT workshops on Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 February. The exhibition and conference will be taking place at Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in 45 Prescot Street, London.
Commenting on the announcement, founder of London Blockchain Week, Luis Carranza, said: “2018 has been a tough year for digital currencies, but the underlying blockchain technology continues to mature and is going from strength to strength as many sectors and businesses are beginning to recognise the benefits of the technology. 2019 is going to be an extremely important year for blockchain, so now is the time to come and meet the companies that are at the forefront and discuss and debate the future of blockchain.”