The biggest Blockchain summit in the world will be held for the second time in Dubai on April 2, 2019. This summit aims to be a haven for great minds and visionaries in the field of Blockchain technology, from government officials to startups, investors, developers, and all the Blockchain revolutionists from every corner of the world.
The Future Blockchain Summit will kick off on April 2, with a keynote speech delivered by the chairman of the summit, and will continue until April 3. There are going to be dozens of lectures on creative economy marketing, education, energy, finance, government, healthcare, real estate, retail, transport, supply chain, and tourism, all of which revolve around their Blockchain-based future. There are also going to be certified Blockchain workshops, open forums, exchanges between global leaders, a launchpad for pilot projects, and last but not least the entire summit is going to have extensive social media coverage.
This summit is surely the largest Blockchain festival in the world, at least in numbers! There are some staggering numbers announced ahead of its opening day. According to the official website of Future Blockchain Summit, 14,000 people, 175 startups and businesses, from a whopping 130 countries are scheduled to appear.
Among the most well-known organizations, businesses, and government bodies are Air France KLM, Atari & X2 Games, U.S. Department of State, Bank of Lithuania, Blockchain Development Foundation, Boston Children's Hospital, City of Palo Alto, CNN, Coca-Cola, Dubai Land Department, Dubai World Trade Centre, eBay, Government of Catalonia, Government of Estonia, Harvard, HSBC, LiteCoin, Lufthansa Group, Ministry Of Defence, Ministry of Social Affairs, MIT, Ripple, UN Sustainable Development Committee, World Bank, and World Food Program to name but a few.
There are also a number of superstar attendees, such as Abdel Mageed Yahia, director of World Food Program, Abraham Cambridge, founder and CEO of Sun Exchange, Amy McGann, foreign affairs officer at U.S. Department of State, Antonis Polemitis, CEO at University of Nicosia, Brent Wilton, global head of workplace rights at Coca-Cola, Franklyn Richards, founding director at LiteCoin, H.E. Dr. Aisha Bint Butti Bin Bishr, director general of Smart Dubai Office, Japjit Tulsi, former vice president of engineering at eBay, Jordi Puignero, minister of digital for the government of Catalonia, Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari & X2 Games, Omar Ahsan, head of innovation at HSBC, Samuel Burke, business and technology correspondent at CNN, Thomas Hardjono, technical director at MIT, and Xavier Lagardere, vice president and head of distribution at Lufthansa.
To get a pass for this summit, you can head on to futureblockchainsummit.com, where you can also get a free pass for some parts of the summit. There are also accommodations in place, especially for this summit, that you can book prior to going to Dubai.
At Future Blockchain Summit, visionaries, investors, and government officials talk about implementing Blockchain in almost every aspect of life. These summits are of utmost importance because the future is Blockchain.