Cryptocurrency and blockchain events: 1 to 7 October

Peter Terlato 22 September 2018 NEWS

Find out what's coming up in the world of crypto and whether it's actually worth being there when it occurs.

News breaks at cryptocurrency conferences. Staying ahead of the curve often means staying on top of events.

Cryptocurrency and blockchain events often showcase game-changers before they go mainstream and present valuable networking opportunities with some of the best-known names in cryptocurrency. Even if you can't make it in person, it's often worth keeping an eye out for live streams and other ways of telecommuting there.

Here's what's coming up next week, from 1 to 7 October.

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1-2 October 2018
Warsaw
Poland
3-5 October 2018
St. Julian's
Malta
5-7 October 2018
Portland
United States

BlockchainTech Congress

This is the first conference of its kind dedicated to blockchain technology in this part of Europe. The platform will attempt to provide answers to questions such as, how can blockchain revolutionize the world? In what way and where can we use its potential? How to regulate the technology? Could the energy sector gain from blockchain? In what way are Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and tokenization revolutionizing the gaining of funds?

DELTA Summit 2018

Malta's government has worked tirelessly over the past year to position the Mediterranean island nation as a global fintech hub, supporting a number of blockchain-related projects and business endeavours. The country has established a progressive regulatory environment, attracting crypto-driven businesses such as Binance.

This conference is the first official platform Malta has had to showcase its innovative blockchain developments. Enthusiasts, doubters and experts will gather to discuss opportunities and exchange ideas and thoughts. Take a listen to what Prime Minister Joseph Muscat had to say about the upcoming DELTA Summit 2018 in St. Julian's.

TruffleCon 2018 in Portland

Join people from around the world that are interested in building and fostering community connections in the Ethereum developer space. You'll share tips and tricks, challenges and successes and hear from a variety of interesting speakers. ConsenSys founder Joe Lubin will address attendees, as will Ethereum Foundation's Alex Beregszaszi, Microsoft's blockchain technologist Yorke Rhodes and Colony solidity developer Elena Dimitrova.

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