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Cryptocurrency and blockchain events: 2 July to 9 July

Posted: 25 June 2018 1:47 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, present valuable networking opportunities and are a valuable opportunity to network 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 livestreams and other ways of telecommuting there.

Here's what's coming up next week from 2 July to 9 July.

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

July 4, 2018
Tokyo
Japan
Crypto Economy ICO 2018 London
July 6, 2018
London
UK
2018 TokenSky Blockchain Conference Tokyo Session: Gaming-focused conference on combining blockchain with other emerging technology

TokenSky is primarily focused on gaming conferences but has since made a concerted move into blockchain technology. It is now turning its conference-hosting experience towards an exploration of how blockchain can mesh with other emerging technologies through what it calls the largest event for the token economy and blockchain industry in Asia.

The gaming industry has been a natural extension for blockchain systems, and it's arguably always been at the forefront of digital assets, tokenisation and AI in its own way. A gaming blockchain conference like this, with a focus on AI and IoT alongside blockchain and gaming, might be the place to go for insights ahead of their time.

Crypto Economy ICO 2018 London: A valuable event for presenters with networking opportunities for attendees

Crypto Economy is taking its show on the road, and next week it will be in London.

This series of events is largely geared towards project creators who want an opportunity to present the merits of their creation publicly, but it might also be a valuable opportunity for blockchain and cryptocurrency learners, critics, investors and anyone else who wants to get introduced to a buffet of upcoming projects, to learn from them and meet the creators.



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

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