A buzzing expo and enthralling discussions about the world-changing potential applications of the blockchain, AI, big data, Quantum Technology and IoT are only a week ahead. Malta Blockchain Summit is happening from 1 to 2 of November at Intercontinental Malta.
As Malta draws a great attention from blockchain and crypto enthusiasts with its new regulatory framework, the summit is a reflection of this momentum. Although the process of the organizing the event was not easy especially due to the scale of the event, Malta’s commitment to the industry gave the confidence to the committee members for the management and preparation, said Denis Dzyubenko, the Head of PR atMalta Blockchain Summit.
Mr. Dzyubenko stated that the summit is aiming at a showcase for blockchain and DLT, in a primary jurisdiction committed to the industry. As the Maltese government has delivered regulatory clarity and made Malta the best possible destination for blockchain. He added that their job is to follow that lead and do our part to promote the larger ecosystem.
Through a short interview with Block Europe, Mr. Dzyubenko reflected his enthusiasm toward the event. He said, “I expect the event to act as a catalyst. It is a platform, so its success is to be judged by the aggregate value it brings to its collaborators. The blockchain industry is still in its infancy, and the right handshake can bring about huge outcomes. We’re looking to set up those sorts of handshakes.”
The event includes four big sessions: Blockchain for Regulatory, Marketing & Investment Conference, Devs & Technology Conferenceand Tokenomics & Cryptos Conferencewhere participants can attend for the ones with most interesting topics. Including various speeches, prepared exhibitions and panel discussions, the organizers expect to see positive outcomes and participants will be satisfied to join. The Summit anticipates 5,000 delegates and will also feature a Hackathon as well as an ICO Pitch with hundreds of investors.
Interviewed with the Head of PR of Malta Blockchain Summit, Denis Dzyubenko.
Author: Jieun Lee
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