Coin Rivet attending London Blockchain Week

We're heading off to London Blockchain Week on February 11th. Will you be there?

London Blockchain Week promises to be a great event with over 3,000 participants.

The event kicks off this Friday with a hackathon being held at Cocoon Networks in London, where the winning team will receive a £1,000 cash prize. Winners will also present in front of the audience at London Blockchain Week 2019. The challenge partner also reserves the right to explore projects further regardless of winning, making this hackathon one not to be missed.

The main conference will be held at the Grange Tower Bridge in the heart of London on the 11th and 12th of February. Our chief reporter Oliver Knight and crypto writer Jordan Heal will be attending the event, interviewing the likes of Pillar Project founder David Siegel and many more.

As a media partner of the event, we are very happy to be able to offer our readers a special discount for tickets, which you can grab here.

The event

In the morning, the main stage will take up the entire conference area on the -2 level at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel. Later on in the afternoon, the stage will then be split into two stages where separate content streams will run concurrently.

There’s something for everyone at London Blockchain Week 2019.

Throughout the day

During the day, keynote speakers will take to the stage to discuss hot topics such as ‘What Just Happened? A look at the last 12 months’ plus many more exciting topic discussions.

Speakers include:

Daniel Doll-Steinberg, Co-Founder @ Atari Token

Ryan Hanley, Managing Director @ TokenMarket

Adi Ben-Ari, Founder and CEO @ Applied Blockchain

Mr Piers Ridyard, CEO @ Radix

Katie Mills, Co-Founder @ StateZero Labs

Jack Tanner, CTO and Co-Founder @ Work on Blockchain

Social media links

Coin Rivet Twitter account.

Coin Rivet Chief Reporter Oliver Knight’s Twitter account.

London Blockchain Week Twitter account.

If you’re going, make sure you reach out to us – we’d love to hear your story!

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the author should not be considered as financial advice. We do not give advice on financial products.

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