Published On: Thu, Jul 13th, 2017

2017 BTC & Blockchain International Summit Date Announced

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In September, Bitcoin and blockchain experts and industry leaders from around the world will gather in Beijing, China to discuss the current state of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology as well as how each will impact the future.
The 2017 BTC & Blockchain International Summit will be held on September 9, 2017, at the Sofitel Wanda Beijing Hotel in Beijing, China. Attendance is expected to be well into the thousands and includes prominent members of the cryptocurrency community as well as representatives from media outlets and industry-leading businesses.
Notable Guest Speakers
A preliminary list of guest speakers provided to Bitcoinist by the summit’s organizer, BitKan, reads like a Who’s Who list of the best and brightest in Bitcoin and blockchain technology. At the time of this writing, confirmed speakers include:
info Founder Nicolas Cary
Bitmain CEO Wu Jihan
com CEO Roger Ver
Huobi CEO Li Lin
Dash Core team
Rootstock CEO Diego Gutiérrez Zaldívar
Wings CEO Stas Oskin
BitKan CEO Liu Yang
Although specific discussion panels have yet to be confirmed, topics are expected to cover the cryptocurrency industry and market conditions both in China and globally as well as current blockchain technology and projects and …

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