Cryptocurrency and blockchain events: 10 to 16 September

Posted: 3 September 2018 2:11 pm
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Find out what's coming up in crypto and whether it's worth being there when it does.

Cryptocurrency conferences are where news breaks, and staying ahead of the curve often means staying on top of the events.

Cryptocurrency and blockchain events like these 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 25 June to 1 July.

Looking for other dates? Get the comprehensive list of crypto expos

10-13 September 2018
10-14 September 2018
United States
12-13 September 2018
United Kingdom
12-14 September 2018
San Jose, CA
United States
13-14 September 2018
United States
16 September 2018
Houston, TX
United States

Futurama Blockchain Innovators Summit

The Futurama summit is about relaxed vibes, honest debates and provocative questions on the future of the technology, while in the mixed company of dedicated cryptocurrency enthusiasts, regulators and the just plain curious.

Boston Fintech Week

35 free events in various locations in downtown Boston. Check the schedule, pick your events and get your fintech on.

Blockchain World Summit

An all-in one for everyone and everything blockchain, especially full of networking opportunities for the expected thousands of attendees.

Block World

Join the engineers, tech managers and other professionals of the space. If you're more into the platform-type projects like Ethereum than the currency-type projects, this is the conference for you.


Put it on the blockchain. This conference means business, with plenty of networking opportunities and in-depth discussion around the potential of tokenisation.

Discover Blockchains

A promising option for anyone who wants a condensed crash course in the field, as well as pros looking to re-learn from the best and mingle with a wide range of industry veterans.

Disclosure: At the time of writing the author holds ETH, IOTA, ICX, VET, XLM, BTC, ADA

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