World Blockchain Forum coming to London

Events | Financial Services | South East | Technology

Victory Square Technologies is partnering with Keynote to bring the World Blockchain Forum to the ‘Old Billingsgate’ landmark in the heart of London, UK, from September 3–5, 2018.

The two-day conference will host a world-class lineup of over 100 technology experts who will share their insights into the perils, pitfalls and promise of blockchain as it emerges onto the wider global stage.

The conference in London is focused on blockchain technology – specifically investments, legal implications and regulations — and how decentralisation is disrupting the banking industry.

Shafin Diamond Tejani, CEO of Victory Square said: “The World Blockchain Forum will continue to serve as a breeding ground for innovation from the world’s brightest visionaries. We’re particularly pleased to see the emphasis on decentralisation and disruption in the banking industry, which has become an important theme and core competency for Victory Square and its portfolio companies in blockchain.”

The World Blockchain Forum has been the launchpad for major industry innovators and disruptors – including Ethereum, Litecoin, and Dash – embedded in the industry since 2012 and among those to use these forums to continue to drive innovation and growth in the blockchain space.

Moe Levin, Founder & CEO of Keynote said: “Victory Square has been a constant supporter and partner with us and we could not be happier to see this relationship grow. The World Blockchain Forum in London marks the third event that Victory Square has partnered with Keynote, with many more to follow.

“They are becoming a mainstay authority in our emerging technology industry and we believe that through conferences such as this, they are a vital gateway for aspiring and accomplished entrepreneurial teams alike to build the traction and community needed to bring their products to market.”

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