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Provenance Summit 14th-15th October 2019

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Provenance Summit 14th-15th October 2019
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Coming back for its second year, the annual global blockchain product development conference will be taking place in Japan. On October 14th-15th, Provenance Summit will gather 500+ industry leaders in Tokyo. This event is officially part of Blockchain Week which will gather over 10,000+ locals and internationals throughout different parts of Japan.
Blockchain technology has enabled startups and entrepreneurs to raise investment without writing a line of code. Product development is important regardless of what industry it is. As an entrepreneur, the person is responsible for building a business – which means building a product or a service.
“Our educational events have helped teams from startups, enterprises, and governments understand the best practices and methodologies when it comes to team collaboration and product development. Provenance Summit is an intimate gathering of global industry leaders to help attendees learn from the perspectives of the product development cycle – design, development, management, regulation, and compliance” says HuiChi Man, Director of Provenance Events
There will be workshops for product related roles and developers, keynote sessions and panel discussions. Some of the companies that participated last year include Parity, Festy, Blockgeeks, Cryptokitties, PIVX, Monero and much more. Keep up to date on the Provenance Events website. Tickets are now on sale at early bird prices $99.
Join the global blockchain product development community.
HuiChi Man, Director, Provenance Events.
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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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