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Cryptocurrency and blockchain events: 3 September to 9 September

Posted: 27 August 2018 3:54 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 live streams and other ways of telecommuting there.

Here's what's coming up next week, from 3 September to 9 September.

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

APIdays Melbourne3-4 September 2018MelbourneAustralia
World Blockchain Forum London3-5 September 2018LondonUnited Kingdom
4-5 September 2018
United Kingdom
5-7 September 2017
6 September 2018
United States
Dezentral Berlin
6 September 2018


You can't talk blockchain without talking APIs, and perhaps vice versa. APIdays Melbourne is hitting on blockchain and smart contracts, on applications in open finance and on anything else as one of the must-dos for API developers in Australia.

World Blockchain Forum London

This is a high-profile event that brings together some of the biggest names in the industry.

This year's focus is on the future of ICOs and the present and future of security token offerings, specifically the hows and whys for fundraisers and investors.

Internet of Insurance

This event looks at AI, distributed ledger technology and IoT for the insurance industry, with a pronounced emphasis on practical problem-solving.

Crypto Investment and ICO Summit

This is a far-reaching event focused primarily on unlocking the potential of blockchain technology from the perspective of businesses and investors.

For two expansive days, this conference in Sydney aims to unpack cryptocurrency and blockchain technology from technical, regulatory and investment perspectives for a better understanding of what it really can and can't do.


This is a developer-oriented blockchain conference for the builders.

If you are building a decentralised application, or want to, this event heads beyond crypto and ICOs to arm attendees with the right skills and tools to leverage the possibilities of the space.

Dezentral Berlin

This is a full day of everything blockchain and cryptocurrency, with more to do than anyone can.

Head to Berlin, browse the schedule, choose your speakers and plan the day carefully, and it might be exactly the conference you've been waiting for.

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

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