Hong Kong has hosted the first-ever Blockchain Economic Summit, which is set to take place from the 15th to the 20th of June.
This year’s event is being held at the Central Business District and the event will be open to all businesses and investors.
There will be live streaming and panels from a range of leading figures from the blockchain industry, such as Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin and former Bitcoin developer Adam Back, along with some of the most important figures in the space, such Ethereum founder Vitalik Voorhees, former Bitcoin CTO Gavin Wood, and Bitcoin Foundation CEO Brian Armstrong.
What to expect at the Blockchain Economic Summits?
The event is set up as a collaborative effort between the Hong Kong government and various Hong Kong businesses and individuals, and it will be held in a space designed for the event to attract high-quality, high-impact speakers and investors alike.
In order to get the most out of this event, there are a number of different options for attendees.
Firstly, if you are attending the event as a business, you will need to register for the Blockchain Meetup website.
This will allow you to register to attend your business in person or via an e-mail invitation, and your business will also have to pay for their entrance fees.
If you are an investor, the Blockchain Startup Summit (BSSM) is also an option, although you will have to sign up for the BSM website to do so.
For all of the above, you can register online at the event, and there are also a number available for pre-registration at the venue itself, where you can pay your admission fee.
You can also buy tickets directly from the event through the event website.
What to bring to the event?
The main agenda for the Summit will be focused on Blockchain technology and the technology that it can provide to the Hongkong economy.
The main focus of the event is going to be on the blockchain, which will be discussed during panels and a Q&A session on the topic.
Panelist Vitalik Voorheys will speak on the potential impact of Blockchain technology on business models and processes, and he will explain the technology in depth.
Adam Back will also speak about the technology and how it can be used in industries such as healthcare and retail, and how the tech can be leveraged in the future to improve the efficiency of the economy.
Another panelist will be Gavin Wood from Ethereum co co-founders Vitalik and Co-Founder and Bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto.
Brian Armstrong, founder of the Bitcoin Foundation and a Blockchain expert, will also be in attendance to share his insights into the technology.
Finally, Bitcoin COO Brian Armstrong will also give an introduction to the blockchain.
Who will be on stage?
There are many prominent figures from Bitcoin, including Vitalik’s co-host Adam Back and Gavin Wood.
Vitalik, who is also co-author of the Ethereum whitepaper, will be the main speaker at the Summit, alongside former Bitcoin founder Adam Back.
Gavin will also take part in a panel discussion on how blockchain technology can be applied in the healthcare industry.
Another notable speaker at this event is former Bitcoin co-creator and Ethereum co, Adam Back (who is also the co-CEO of BitPay).
Gjep, founder and CEO of the Gjep digital currency platform, will talk about the impact blockchain technology has on the cryptocurrency market.
Blockchain is a new technology that is used to track, verify and record transactions, and that is a huge opportunity for the global economy.
It is being used to facilitate cross-border payments, transfer assets such as value in fiat currencies and create smart contracts on a blockchain.
It also allows a decentralized, immutable record of data that can be shared without a third party.
How much does it cost?
The price of admission to the Blockchain Summits is limited to 500 HKD ($819 US) per person, which includes food and beverage.
Food and beverage is free for all participants and is priced according to the number of attendees.
Tickets can be purchased online from the Blockchain event website, or can be paid for by credit card via a vending machine.
Can I buy tickets from the venue themselves?
Tickets can only be purchased from the venues themselves, and they are only sold through vending machines.
Are there any restrictions on what people can buy from the vendors?
The venues are open to everyone, but attendees must register for admission to attend their business.
People will also need to sign an admission agreement which outlines the conditions of their attendance and the fees associated with it.
Will there be food and beverages available at the venues?
Food and beverages are not allowed in the venues, and all attendees will