ANON Summit 2020 prepared to welcome 6000+ attendees

The ANON Summit will host more than 6,000 attendees next week when it kicks off between 19 and 20 May

More than 6,000 attendees have registered to attend ANON Summit’s virtual conference next week, according to a press release shared with Coin Rivet.

Last month it was reported that this year’s ANON Summit was to become a “fully online experience” featuring a stage, workshops and even an Expo area.

Speakers include the likes of Neo director, Lili Zhao, and the author of Mastering Bitcoin, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, who will be accompanied by the Austrian Federal Minister for Digital and Economic Affairs, Margarete Schramböck.

“Our goal with this event has always been to bring all the best aspects of the conference experience online,” said Daniel Lenikus, CEO and Co-Founder of BlockExpo, the organiser of the event. “This means providing an agenda to appeal to everyone who engages with the blockchain industry, whether as a business, a founder, or a trader.”

Traders and those interested in beginning to trade can attend a trading panel consisting of Mati Greenspan, Tone Vays, Anatoliy Knyazev, and Leah Wald. This panel will cover how to trade on market volatility. Another panel will discuss investment alternatives in the time of COVID-19.

“The coronavirus has had a major impact on the global economy,” said On Yavin, CEO of Cointelligence, an organising partner of ANON Summit 2020. “This is driving a lot of interest in investing with and trading on digital assets. We wanted to provide people with an opportunity to learn from some of the smartest traders in the industry.”

Those interested in joining should visit for more information on speakers, the agenda, and more.

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