The World Blockchain Forum is a two-day conference usually held in Dubai. This year, the forum will host a great number of innovations that will give a brief look at the future of finance. The aim of the next-generation internet technology is to be the first blockchain-focused country by the year 2020. By so doing, this technology will definitely transform the nation of Dubai.
Many individuals will gather on April 16-17 at the World Blockchain Forum (WBF). This gathering will take place in the Gulf region to discuss blockchain and cryptocurrency solutions.
Dubai hopes to be one of those leading the blockchain realm worldwide, and by 2020, also attempt to be the first blockchain powered government. The event will host a lineup of initial coin offering (ICO) pitches for those who are interested in the tokenized economy and revolutionary crowdfunding model.
There will be many speakers from Dubai and all over the world at WBF. One of them will be the Director of the Cybercrime Department and Criminal Investigation Dept. at Dubai Police headquarters, Col. Saeed M. Alhajri. Mohammed Shael Al Saadi – CEO of Strategic Affairs at Department of Economic Development, the Dubai Future Foundation’s Dr. Noah Raford, Nekti’s Dawn Newton, the co-founder of Bitoasis Ola Oudin, Vanessa Grellet from Consensys, Binary Financial’s Harry Yeh and many more will also be special guests and speakers.
There will be many presentations at the event displaying the innovative technologies such as bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and token sales. The event will host a large assortment of ICO pitches that will provide a glimpse at the red-hot crowdfunding model and some of the startups producing ideas that aim to innovate finance and many other business concepts.
Keynote Events, Moe Levin spoke this week with news.Bitcoin.com and explained how excited he is about the third annual WBF in Dubai.
“This is the third year we’re doing the event in Dubai — and the local community continues to grow, and more and more traditional investors are coming out of the woodwork,” Levin explains.
“What we see in the entire Gulf region is a huge demand for more information and, as is a tradition in the region, they are embracing new technologies faster than any other countries, and creating frameworks and regulations to support new companies getting into the space. “
Tickets for the WBF event are on sale and can still be purchased today. The ticket gives you access to the two-day conference, catering and breaks, access to the speaker hall and exhibits and every attendee will receive a conference schedule.