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3000 attendees gathered at Blockchain Life forum in Singapore
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On April 23-24 more than 3000 attendees from 70 countries gathered in the world’s blockchain capital – Singapore. Top crypto companies [Binance, Huobi, Listing.Help, crypto messenger ELVN and others], world-famous experts [Tim Draper, Roger Ver, Alex Reinhardt, and others], mining giants [Bitmain, Btc.com], representatives of key cryptocurrencies [Litecoin, Dash, Cardano, Neo, and others] gave talks about the present and future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies at the 3rd Global forum in Asia.

Source: Blockchain Life 2019 Singapore


Source: Blockchain Life 2019 Singapore


Source: Blockchain Life 2019 Singapore


Speakers discussed the current IEO boom, blockchain hacking, and other crypto and regulation trends. In particular, Alex Reinhardt, the founder, and CEO of the ELVN crypto-messenger proposed new rules for ICO in his speech. The main idea is the availability of a finished project with tested monetization and a well-developed community. Companies and investors made dozens of contracts in meeting rooms, expo, and VIP areas. Bitcoin also supported the positive wave from the blockchain community and grew by 5% during the event.

Source: Blockchain Life 2019 Singapore


One of the forum’s highlights was a StartUp Pitch – where various blockchain projects from Italy to China presented their blockchain and crypto ideas. The winner chosen by the jury of private investors and fund’s founders was a blockchain based marketing platform Bloomyt.
The next Blockchain Life forum will be held on October 30-31 in Moscow, Russia. The ticket sales start on May 20th at the official website blockchain-life.com.

Biraajmaan covers market trends of major cryptocurrencies. As a graduate in engineering, his interests lie in Blockchain technology. With over a year as a journalist, his articles focus on US and UK markets.

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