On the 4th and 5th of October, the Global Blockchain Forum will be hosting Michael Arrington (Founder of TechCrunch), Justin Sun (CEO, TRON), Vinny Llingham (co-founder, Civic), and more as speakers at the cryptocurrency and blockchain event which will hold at the Hyatt Regency, San Francisco in California.
According to the Global Blockchain Forum, the blockchain and crypto event is for Movers and Shakers as the speakers will be discussing on the Disruptions, Investment Strategies, and Transformations within the blockchain space.
This isn’t the first time the event will be holding this year as the Global Blockchain Forum was hosted in April. The speakers for the April event included the likes of Eric Ly and Tim Draper at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California. This edition promises to give in-depth insights from renowned experts and innovators within the field.
Binance, along with its director of Labs Christy Choi, is set to present during the two-day blockchain event. Other prominent speakers at the Global Blockchain Forum include Jeff McDonald (co-founder, NEM), Jeremy Gardner (founder, Augur), and Alex Mashinsky (CEO and founder, Celsius Network).
The attendance for the event is expected to surpass 3,000 with over 120 speakers, more than 100 partners, and another 100 plus companies to be present at the Global Blockchain Forum between October 4 and 5.
Presently, there are early bird tickets for VIP access and general admission. The early bird tickets for general admission cost $599 each, while the early bird tickets for VIP access cost $1,199 each. There are available discounts for groups and students. These prices are anticipated to rise come September 15.
The San Francisco Blockchain Week will be running till October 11. There is no better time or place to discuss the future and investment potentials of blockchain.
Again, the Global Blockchain Forum will be hosted on the 4th and 5th of October, Hyatt Regency San Francisco, 5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, California.
Visit the official website of the Global Blockchain Forum to learn more.