Thrilled to introduce the key speakers of the upcoming International Blockchain Conference ChainPoint 19 organized by “Nooor” Armenian Blockchain Association that will take place in Yerevan, Armenia on October 14-15. Take a look what topics these inspiring people are going to discuss.
Stefan Rust, the CEO of Bitcoin.com will share the strategy on how to make money work for everybody during the enormous period of change. Together with Roger Ver, who holds the position of Executive Chairman of Bitcoin.com all of us are expecting some breakthrough developments in the industry!
The Global Ambassador of The Bitfury Group, Marc Taverner, will deliver his keynote speech as well. Marc has held sales leadership roles with many leading technology companies, including the world’s largest provider of unified communications services and market leaders in educational technology solutions. At ChainPoint 19 Conference he will be talking about the blockchain application in government. A great topic to discuss, don’t you think so?
Leading the PwC FinTech & Crypto, being the Chairman of FinTech Association of Hong Kong and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Hong Kong, Henri Arslanian will share the most valuable insights on fintech, crypto, digital assets and much more. In the framework of the conference, Henri Arslanian also will be moderating the Global Crypto Armenian Gathering, which will host all top Armenians who are involved in the industry with some hot discussions coming ahead.
Dr. Ramadan Alblooshi from Dubai Healthcare City Authority – Regulation (DHCR), will have a speech during ChainPoint 19 too. He will share his insights on Digital Transformation in Healthcare and Blockchain.
Aren’t the topics, these amazing people are going to cover, exciting enough to come and meet them at the conference? What would you say, tech lovers? Wanna join? Then hurry up, book your tickets here and don’t miss this great opportunity.
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