World Blockchain Forum 2018 kicks off in London

The World Blockchain Forum takes place this week at Old Billingsgate in London, bringing together players in the blockchain and crypto spaces both large and small.

Moe Levin – founder of Keynote, the team behind the event – wrote in a welcome note to attendees: “It’s been an exciting and progressive year for blockchain. We repeat this sentiment a lot, no doubt, but it continues to be true – each year the blockchain industry pushes forward, further and faster than we could ever imagine. On a turbulent world stage, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology has demonstrated its viability and, crucially, its stability.

“And while this climate of change creates disruption, it’s also an ideal time for us to meet, consolidate our knowledge, and map out the path to the future. To this extent, one of the major arms of this conference is to bring together the major and minor players in the industry to move the conversation forward.”

Speakers at the event include David Chaum, cryptographer and founder of DigiCash, Circle CMO Marieke Flament, Abra CEO and founder Bill Barhydt, Tether co-founder and advisor Craig Sellars, CEO Roger Ver and many more. View the full line-up here.

ICO pitching sessions will also take place at various points during the conference.

“Keynote is honored to bring the blockchain community together at the World Blockchain Forum. Attending this year, we have individuals and institutions from every corner of the map, from founders and startups to enterprises and banks all woring within the blockchain industry. By working together and thinking big, we can build the future of our booming industry.”

CryptoNewsReview will be bringing you all the news from the event.