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MJAC and CryptoCompare confirm next blockchain summit in London


London will again host biggest names in the cryptocurrency and blockchain arena.

Following the success of June’s CryptoCompare & MJAC London Blockchain Summit the organisers announce the next event.

The MJAC & CryptoCompare London Blockchain Summit will take place on Friday, November 30th at Old Billingsgate, London. The event will host pioneers, innovators and thought leaders of the blockchain industry alongside an exhibition of eminent and emerging companies that are making waves in the sector. Those already confirmed for the show include: Circle, Coinfloor, NKB Group, Coinbase, BlockEx and Cumberland.

The conference will examine all aspects of the blockchain industry including:

  • What is blockchain and how it is changing the world we live in;
  • Blockchain and banking;
  • Cryptocurrency exchanges;
  • How to list a new digital currency;
  • Investment funds and Bitcoin;
  • Blockchain and its applications in the gaming eco-system;
  • How to mine, buy and trade digital currencies;
  • Wallets and how to store your cryptocurrencies safely;
  • Bitcoin Futures – How to trade them;
  • Governance in blockchain;
  • The latest blockchain innovations and ICOs;
  • The future of blockchain and its applications.

Over 1000 investors, tech enthusiasts and experts attended the CryptoCompare & MJAC London Blockchain Summit on June 13th, with the likes of Ripple, Coinbase, CoinShares, Coinfloor and Circle presenting on the main stage. A host of start-ups and ICOs were presented on the ICO and Blockchain Stage and over 30 exhibitors were in attendance.

The event is taking place at Old Billingsgate, Old Billingsgate Walk, London, EC3R 6DX. To book tickets go to: The early bird ticket price of£100 is available until midnight on the 31st of October. Following this date tickets will be priced at £200.

“We had an overwhelmingly positive response from exhibitors, speakers and delegates at the last show with everyone asking when the next event was going to be,” said Matthew Collom of MJAC. “People want to learn about the industry and we saw first-hand the huge demand for the type of event we offer. Delegates for the November summit can expect to find the same high calibre of speakers, panellists and exhibitors as at the June event.”

Videos of the panels and speakers at June’s event can be viewed on YouTube.

For speaker, exhibitor and sponsorship enquiries, please email: [email protected]

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