How Blockchain Expo Europe hosts 8,000 emerging tech experts?
The Amsterdam was a fitting home for Blockchain Expo Europe’s return for 2018, with the frenzy around the technology perhaps at its most vital.
The city’s RAI convention Centre welcomed over 8,000 attendees through its doors over the course of the two days, buzzing and eager to chew over the latest trends in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and, of course, Blockchain itself.
Who’s involved it Blockchain Expo?
The place to be for anyone involved in emerging technologies on this side of the Atlantic, the sell-out exhibition floor was abuzz with live demos from some of the biggest leaders in technology, including HedPay, IBM, Stratis, IGE Solutions and eToro.
Among representatives from some of the world’s biggest crypto currency exchanges, some of those more memorable were drone delivery services, augmented reality tools for the construction business and Blockchain-based social media.
This paved the way for rare networking and partnership opportunities, many of which are undoubtedly crucial for success in what is remains and industry of fierce competition, and where connections and knowledge are power.
Which services revolutionize with Crypto currencies?
In Blockchain, that includes its potential to revolutionize supply chains, healthcare and financial services, moving away from its former association with crypto currencies to be the fundamental architecture for wide and global social good.
“Blockchain has the potential to reduce friction, it takes us to a different level when talking about optimizing business workflows,” said Arnaud Le Hors (Senior Technical Staff Member, Web and Blockchain Open Technologies, IBM).
With the curtain drawing on Blockchain Expo Europe’s 2018 return in Amsterdam, once again the conference has proven a propagation ground for new ideas, debate, partnerships and progress with the hottest emerging technologies.