Taking place in the Excel centre between June 6th and 7th, the Blockchain International Show showcased the best of blockchain. The exhibition was all made possible by Smile Expo, and acts as a looking glass into the future of this technology.
Talks across the two days ranged from the in-depth and revolutionary applications for investment. To the ways in which cryptocurrencies expect to make their grand debut to the general public. While the first day spent its time focussing on how this technology is disrupting on a large scale. The second day centred around how the technology, including cryptocurrency in general, is fast becoming public.
Day 1 of Blockchain International Show
One thing that’s made distinct and clear, is how blockchain has and continues to disrupt the old systems. Early speakers such as representatives from the Swedish government demonstrate the state’s desire to modernise around it. Sweden, to outside observers, has always been about innovation and change, especially when it comes to going cashless.
For seasoned investors, it’s always wise to provide sage wisdom, especially for somewhere as volatile as cryptocurrencies. Eddy Travia, CEO of Coinsilium, provides investors with the reality behind the negative press for ICO’s. Throughout the morning and afternoon, representatives and founders of companies like Ingot Coin, SICOS and Bitfury lay out the groundwork for future asset management and investment.
Where the first day dedicated itself to the discussions of blockchain around the investment world. The second day showcased to the crowds, that cryptocurrency will be on the future high-streets, not just in big-business investment. With companies like Payera showcasing how it can make Crypto the cash of tomorrow.
While Day 1 consisted of the bright minds of business, the second day gave insight to those taking the first steps in the sector. With crypto advocates like Michael Mainelli and Glen Goodman providing a unique mixture of strategy and investment advice. Blockchain has all the potential to revolutionise the ground floor of the marketplace of ideas, commerce and entertainment.
The latter being made extensively true with companies like VReS and Game Protocol. Both of which put the consumer at the helm of, and inside the game. Immersing them in the virtual reality experience as has never been done before.