Covid-19 may have kicked many blockchain events to the curb this year, or forced them online at least, but October still has plenty to offer fans of wearing face masks for long periods of time. Here’s our rundown of what’s on in the blockchain world next month.
Blockchain Life 2020 – Moscow, Russia (Oct 21-22)
Blockchain Life 2020 features a range of speakers, including Binance Russia manager Gleb Kostarev, 1inch CBDO Nikita Ovchinnik, and famous ICO shiller Ian Balina. Russian natives from other well-known crypto and blockchain companies will also be in attendance, with TradingView, Waves, Bitmain, and ByBit among almost 50 companies represented.
Tickets start at $38 and payment in Bitcoin is also accepted.
Crypto Assets Conference – Frankfurt, Germany (Oct 29-31)
Crypto Assets Conference 2020 is a three-day event that will cover key aspects of the crypto and blockchain space, including digital assets, securities, custody, stablecoins and more. Speakers from top crypto and blockchain companies will be in attendance alongside a plethora of traditional finance companies, with attendees able to hear from representatives from Maker, Börse Stuttgart, Commerzbank, Siemens, Deloitte, and EY among others.
Tickets start from $210.
Blockchain World Forum – Beijing, China (Oct 29-30)
Blockchain World Forum is an Asian blockchain event that stops off in numerous cities in the region. This month is the turn of Beijing, where attendees can look forward to two days of keynotes, interactive panel discussions, and case studies with representatives from exchanges, crypto projects, legal entities, and more.
As you might expect, the Blockchain World Forum is much more focused on blockchain solutions as opposed to cryptocurrency, so you can expect a much more technical conference than others on the circuit.
Ticket prices are available upon registration.
Blockchain Events Around the Corner
If October has come too quickly for you, head over to our blockchain events page to see what else is coming up in your part of the world in 2020 and beyond. If you are attending any blockchain events in October, travel safe and don’t forget your mask!