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Blockchain Technology World 2020 is a major event dedicated to fast-forwarding the adoption of blockchain and digital assets across businesses of all sizes and in all industries – the core focus of Blockchain Technology World is the ‘real-world’ application and integration of the technology.

Blockchain Technology World is part of the UK’s biggest technology show, over 21,000 plus technology buyers and influencers attended in March 2019, it is in the unique position to find out all you need to know about the application of blockchain. 

The event will host theatres of content from international blockchain and crypto experts, whilst a large scale exhibition will showcase the world’s leading players in the space. 

A MAJOR TRADE SHOW PACKED WITH EXCITING FEATURES

A MAJOR TRADE SHOW PACKED WITH EXCITING FEATURES

Exciting features at this major new event include:

  • More use cases from live ‘real world’  blockchain projects than any other UK event
  • Specialised market content, including dedicated Blockchain for key vertical markets and the public sector
  • Skills and transformations workshops
  • Enterprise DLT Zone
  • Live demos
  • Compliance and Regulation explained, explored – blockchain will be demystified
  • Blockchain for payments and transactions
  • Blockchain protocols and platforms explained
  • Start-up and ICO Alley, including CEOs of successful recent ICOs speaking
OUR EXPERT SPEAKERS! 

OUR EXPERT SPEAKERS! 

These were our 2019 Blockchain Tech World speaker line-up...

  • Hugo Pinto, Managing Director,  Accenture Digital
  • Sarvi Eastell,  Founder & Tech Advisor, All Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain
  • Fabio La Franca, Principal, Station12 (VC)
  • Arunkumar Krishnakumar, VC
  • Genevieve Leveille - Principal Founder and CEO, AgriLedger
  • Jonas Svensson, Head of Global Innovation & Technology,  UNOPS (United Nations Office for Project Services)
  • Vincent Biret, Head of Technology, Medicalchain
  • Anthony Stevens, Global Head of Product Innovation, Northern Trust
  • Letitia Seglah, Independent Advisor, European Commission
  • Amit Varma, Head of Technology, Citi Group
  • Michele Curtoni, Digital Product Development, State Street
  • Amit Patel, Director of New Ventures, Bupa
  • Alex Farr, Director of IT, Monarch Engineering 
  • Marta Piekarska, Director of Ecosystem, Hyperledger, Linux Foundation
  • Clare McDermott, Director, Business Development, Soil Association
  • Jon Geater, Experienced crypto CTO and startup founder
  • Mark Simpson, Distinguished Engineer, Former RBS, now Chorum Group
  • Steve O'Nan, Blockchain Leader, The Kroger Co.
  • John Abbott, Director of Digital, Data and Technology, HM Land Registry
  • Vincent Doumeizel, VP Food and Sustainability, Lloyds Register
  • Lisa Marks, CEO, ChainNinja

Watch this space for more information over the coming months!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY WORLD?

WHO SHOULD ATTEND BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY WORLD?

Technology Professionals from enterprise, public sector, SMBs and service providers making both  investment and strategy decisions and developing and executing specific blockchain applications:

  • Architects
  • Back End Developer
  • Chief Architects
  • Developers
  • Development Managers
  • Director of Technology
  • Executives, business and technology: CEO/CTO/COO/CIO
  • Front End Developer
  • Full Stack Developer
  • Heads of Data Science
  • Heads of Governance, Risk & Compliance
  • Hedge funds
  • Industry delegates: FinTech Professionals and Blockchain Start Ups
  • Institutional investors
  • IT Director
  • Java Developer
  • LOB Application Owners
  • NET Developer
  • Network Architect
  • Network Engineer
  • Private banks
  • Quality Assurance
  • Research Managers
  • Senior Security Specialist
  • Senior Software Engineer
  • Senior Systems Software Engineer
  • Software Engineers
  • Solutions Architect
  • Sovereign wealth funds
  • Sr. Software Developer
  • Systems Software Engineer
  • Technical Advisors
  • Telecommunications Specialist
STREAMS THAT WERE COVERED FOR 2019!

STREAMS THAT WERE COVERED FOR 2019!

  • eGovernment
  • Smart Contracts
  • Regulation
  • Business Transformation
  • Identity Management
  • Transparency & Accountability
  • Cryptoassets
  • IoT Connectivity
  • Developers & Engineers
  • Talent & Skills
  • Investment and opportunities
  • Blockchain for Good

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Testimonials

  • “This is an outstanding event that delivers fantastic results for us. The audience is huge but, more importantly, the quality of the prospects in the room is absolutely top class and means we can access decision makers from multiple new customers across two days. "
    Marketing Manager, GitLab