The global blockchain community will meet again in Malta for the Malta Blockchain Summit between November 1st and 2nd. The summit will bring together 5,000 delegates, 100 speakers and 150 partners from all around the world. Speakers and guests at the event are leaders in the fields of finance, technology and innovation and will include individuals like John Mcafee, Mike Butcher, John Matonis to name a few.
In partnership with CryptoFriends, the Malta Blockchain Summit will host Blockchain Hackathon and two-day ICO pitching session. The Malta Blockchain Hackathon will be held from October 31st to November 2nd. If you are a developer with your eyes set on making it in the blockchain industry then this is for you. Here is your chance to impress some of the best in the business and to win a 50k prize.
Participants can enrol as a team or as individuals; all participating members will be put in teams so that those applying as individuals will be grouped together or assigned to existing teams. The theme of this year’s blockchain hackathon will, for competitive reasons, be announced on the day. Decentralized, as well as distributed solutions, will be considered. For more details and to apply click here.
The ICO-pitching session will be held on November 1st and 2nd and will feature 30 ICO projects. Every selected ICO will get to pitch live (10 minutes) on the grand stage and then face a Q&A session from the official jury members, investors and the audience. For more details and to apply click here.
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The summit has been organized with the support of the Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat who says:
“Over previous months the Maltese government has actively thought about how to position Malta as a major hub in terms of a digital economy which will play a central role in the economic sustainability of the years to come. The Maltese government has legislated 3 acts that will provide legal certainty to this space, involving digital financial products and services such as virtual currencies and ICOs. This environment has already attracted towards Malta some of the world’s leading companies that operate cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Leading stakeholders are choosing Malta to host high-level international events which will pave the way to further investment. One such important event is Malta Blockchain Summit, this November 1st and 2nd. I look forward to meeting you then and together to straighten our ongoing efforts and making Malta The Blockchain Island”.
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The Malta Blockchain Summit is an international summit that includes a professional expo, panel discussions and events dedicated to the blockchain, innovative technologies, AI, Big Data and the IoT. The event will take place on November 1st and 2nd in Malta and will gather 5,000 delegates from different countries.
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