Over 50 blockchain performances by international companies at the fourth edition of the London week, dedicated to the knowledge of cryptocurrencies.
The Bitcoin continues to spread throughout the world, in fact, the interest in cryptocurrencies has grown, involving the institutional actors of entire companies. For this reason, there are every day in the many conferences, events and training programs on the subject, to raise awareness on the topic, and expand the knowledge of cryptocurrencies, that are considered one of the most important economic and technological innovations of our century. Among the many initiatives related to Bitcoin, we can not fail to mention the London Blockchain Week, an event that’s repeated since 2015, where great experts and industry speakers participate. Among the industry experts of this new edition, to name a few, there are IBM, BTCC, IOTA Foundation and Gibraltar Stock Exchange, which have an international audience, made up of companies, start-ups, individuals and governments, and who have now been able to potential of virtual currency. In particular, the London Week is focused on Blockchain/DLT technology to solve a real problem, and to create, exchange and enhance the cryptocurrencies, through a distributed and secure data system.
The London Blockchain Week ended a few days ago with the workshops promoted by many sponsors who join the initiative. This took place on the occasion of the dramatic rise in digital currency prices and the acceleration of testing and implementation of the Blockchain platforms in financial, legal, healthcare and many other sectors. This happened on the occasion of the exorbitant increase in the prices of digital currencies and the acceleration of testing and implementation of the Blockchain platforms in financial, legal, health and many other sectors. It has become very important to understand the incredible possibilities that exist if the companies use this technology. There were 50 international companies that held real exhibitions, and the ICO and Blockchain companies that attended the conferences were 25, such as: Viola.AI, Bethereum, Chainium, CharityStars, Atonomi, Lucyd, Bitcar, NEM Foundation, DeepRadiology, All Public Art e Viewly. In this regard, the co-founder of the London Blockchain Week, Luis Carranza, said: “With bitcoin and other digital currencies’ price rocketing, and the underlying Blockchain technology having a huge impact on all sectors, now is the time to come and meet the companies that are driving these changes, and discuss and debate the future of Blockchain”.
- Alexander Kokhanovskyy CEO e Founder, DreamTeam
- Jason Kelley General Manager, IBM Blockchain Services IBM
- Bobby Lee, CEO e Founder, BTCC
- Dominik Schiener, Co-Founder, IOTA Foundation
- Philip Young, Marketing Director, Gibraltar Stock Exchange
- DreamTeam. GG: Infrastructure project for Esports and Gaming ecosystem, that uses blockchain and smart-contract technologies to unlock a multi-billion dollar economy based on the DreamTeam token.
- Abt Associates and Bank of Papua New Guinea: Abt operates in developing countries, helping them to carry out major projects. They believe blockchain technology is valid for governments.
- Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX and GBX): The Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX) has been open since 2014 and operates on a regulated EU market recognised by the ESMA, and by the United Kingdom’s tax authority (HMRC). Has launched its latest initiative, the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX), a subsidiary that is building a cryptocurrency exchange and a token sales platform.
- bitFlyer: operating in Currency exchange and virtual blockchain services
At the event there was also Mr. Giampaolo Lo Conte, entrepreneur and successful international trader who has always been attracted by technological innovations and he is attentive to the issues concerning the global economy. In his long career, Mr. Giampaolo Lo Conte has got to know and collaborate with the greatest figures of high finance and thanks to his representative offices located in the most important economic cities of the world such as Rome, London and New York, he is able to participate actively and assiduously to the most important international economic events. “For some months the focus on cryptocurrencies has grown – said Mr. Giampaolo Lo Conte in an interview published on the web – not just for financial reasons (the fluctuation of Bitcoin on the cryptocurrency markets was on the most important national newspapers, ed), but especially for technological reasons. The “blockchain” is a technological revolution, which I am following closely, because it is a new way of managing and securing digital data through the use of cryptography. The use of this technology will allow us to solve a real problem in the digital world and this will make IT environments even safer. I am convinced that cryptocurrencies are not a “mood of the moment”, but belong now to the global financial fabric”. The Italian trader, already present at the Crypto Conference in Moscow on 28 November, confirmed the importance to participate in such events, not only to “keep up with the times”, but to try to anticipate them and find new economic opportunities.