Malta has recently earned the name ‘Blockchain Island’ as the two largest crypto exchanges, Binance and OKEx, are both moving to the island following the important announcement that Malta would provide jurisdictional certainty to crypto and blockchain companies. The massive scale of the Malta Blockchain Summit, set to take place at the InterContinental on November 1-2, is a reflection of this momentum. The summit includes four conferences, expo floor, two-day Hackathon, Blockchain Awards ceremony, ICO Pitch – and ends with a Crypto Cruise.
“I wish to welcome every blockchain enthusiast to the Malta Blockchain Summit, a melting pot for global influencers in technology, civil society, democracy promotion and innovation. Expect riveting discussion about the world-changing potential applications of blockchain across multiple verticals, including, but not limited to health, entertainment, government, banking,payments and fintech, and more,”
The summit is comprised of four conferences covering the field’s government and regulation, marketing and affiliation, fintech, tokenomics and blockchain for developers. To maximise value for the exhibitors, blockchain developers and affiliates are invited to the Malta Blockchain Summit for free.
With over 5000 delegates, 100 speakers and 300 sponsors and exhibitors, the Malta Blockchain Summit promises to be an innovative and momentous opportunity for global influencers to network, forge new connections and debate the potential applications of blockchain across a myriad of industries such as health, entertainment, government, and banking.
Speakers include prominent individuals such as blockchain Co-Inventor W. Scott Stornetta, Evercoin-founder Miko Matsumura, Forbes 30 under 30 entrepreneur Christopher Obereder, Eric Benz, Mike Butcher, Jon Matonis, Nate Whitehill, Loretta Joseph, Matthias Klees, Max Krupyshev, Gordon Einstein, Alex Lightman, Eva Kaili, Joseph Cuschieri, Sally Eaves, Philippe Chevry, Tugce Ergul, Steve Tendon, Pavel Kravchenko, and Ian Gauci. The Prime Minister of Malta, Joseph Muscat, will inaugurate the regulatory conference.
It is already evident that the island is on the best track to become a centre of excellence for emerging blockchain and DLT - hence it has recently earned the name ‘Blockchain Island’ in social media. The summit is already sold out on all platinum and gold exhibition packages, and a fourth of all the tickets are already spoken for – six months ahead of the event. It is becoming increasingly clear that the Malta Blockchain Summit is the quintessential ticket for the blockchain and DLT community this year.