The topics of Blockchain economy are at the centre of the event:
- Blockchain for government. Best practices and case studies: benefits and drawbacks? Case studies from Canada, Australia, USA, Japan and Lithuania and other countries.
- Regulation of cryptocurrencies: how? When? Benefits and drawbacks?
- Combination of the mega trends: blockchain, artificial intelligence and IoT
The Intercontinental Blockchain Conference will bring together global decision makers, influencers and blockchain companies from all over the world.
The event will feature about 30 high level speakers and leaders from the European Commission, European Parliament, different governments, various businesses, as well as, 400 attendees from leading regulators of the industry, startups, investors, entrepreneurs, and academics, who are taking the lead in the blockchain economy.
- The Intercontinental Blockchain Conference involves cooperating institutions from 4 continents – Europe, North America, Australia, and Asia:
- Australian Mission to the European Union.
- The United States Mission to the European Union.
- The Mission of Canada to the European Union.
- The Mission of Japan to the European Union.
- Permanent Representation of Lithuania to the European Union.
Diplomatic missions from across the globe unite their forces to bring the blockchain economy into higher focus for global influencers, top decision makers, leaders in business, researchers and other relevant stakeholders.
At the Intercontinental Blockchain Conference we will try to understand where we are – which nations are up front, where we are behind and where can we apply ourselves or regulate progressively for a global growth and embracement of innovations for the benefit of humanity.
WHEN and WHERE?
24th May, 2018
- Morning session: Australian Mission to the European Union. Avenue des Arts 56, Brussels 1000. (Limited space, invitation only, registration till 18th May)
- Conference at the European Parliament:
2.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Conference room: JANQ2, the European Parliament, Rue Wiertz 60, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
- Networking evening:
6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
European Parliament, MEPs Restaurant.
Registration for non-institution participants is obligatory, in order to get the entrance badge.
Registration for non-institution participants is open until Thursday 17th May only.
Phone. +32(0)2 28 45522