Elite Speakers at CryptoCompare MJAC Blockchain Summit
On May 1, numerous news outlets started reporting on the upcoming MJAC summit in London.
Which MJAC are we talking about? The Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council? The Moose Jaw Alliance Church? The Midland Junction Arts Centre? The MJAC Investorshub International Cannabis Conference? The Michael Jackson Art Club? The Messianic Jewish Alliance of Canada? (All real names, by the way).
No, we are talking about the CryptoCompare MJAC Blockchain Summit, of course.
The first MJAC Blockchain Summit took place in Los Angeles last year. It was initiated by CryptoCompare after investors expressed interest in meeting the leaders of the blockchain companies they were investing in.
This year’s summit will take place on June 13th, 2018, at Old Billingsgate in London.
The event organizers were kind enough to offer a 40% discount on tickets to all of our readers who use the code WHYCRYPTO. You can also book the discounted tickets directly via this link.
With 15 days left, a large number of elite speakers and industry leaders have already been confirmed, including executives from Ripple, Coinbase, Coinfloor, Circle, BP Prime, and others.
CryptoCompare MJAC Blockchain Summit Two Stages
The Main Stage will feature keynote speaker Chris Burniske, co-founder of Placeholder Ventures, who will discuss the “Relative and Fundamental Valuation Approaches to Cryptoassets”.
Zeeshan Feroz, the CEO (UK) of Coinbase, will be talking about “Cryptocurrencies: Creating an Open Financial System”. After him, Danny Aranda, Ripple’s Managing Director of Strategic Growth, will discuss “Blockchain and the Internet of Value”. Joshua Riddett, Easy Crypto Hunter’s Founder & Managing Director, will ask whether “Money Making Machines Are too Good to be True?”
In addition, the Main Stage will host numerous panel discussions on topics such as crypto regulation, the future of crypto derivatives, and business opportunities.
The Second Stage, dubbed the ICO & Blockchain Stage, will be sponsored by HiP. On the ICO & Blockchain Stage, attendees will be able to see presentations from companies such as HiP and Olshansky and Partners, Elevate Group, Block Stocks, and BHB Network.
These companies will be joined by 30 other companies, both startups and established industry leaders. BP Prime is listed as the Gold Sponsor of the Summit, while Laneaxis is sponsoring the exclusive networking party, an unparalleled opportunity open to all delegates.
In the words of MJAC’s Michael Hannigan, “This is a very forward-looking event… covering everything from the basics of what blockchain technology is and how cryptocurrency exchanges and crypto wallets work to the minutiae of mining, ICOs and regulation.”
CryptoCompare MJAC Blockchain Summit Impact
The MJAC Blockchain Summit’s unique line up has never appeared at the same event together, meaning that this is shaping up to become a seminal conference with the potential to influence the cryptocurrency ecosystem for months and years to come.
The attendees will all be on the same level as the elite speakers. We are talking about serious high-net-worth investors in the audience.
The event will be fully video recorded and highly advertised, with the New Kids on the Blockchain making a documentary at the event, providing a rare level of exposure globally.
The organizers are urging all interested parties to plan in advance and decide who they want to listen to first and foremost, since both stages will feature exclusive, high-quality content.
The CryptoCompare MJAC London Blockchain Summit will be taking place at Old Billingsgate, 1 Old Billingsgate Walk, London, on Wednesday, June 13th, 2018.
Like we said earlier, all of our readers can get a 40% discount on tickets when using the code WHYCRYPTO. Even better, you can book the tickets with the discount by following this link.
In case you are interested, but are currently unable to attend, don’t worry. MJAC is already planning another event to be held in Las Vegas in November. So keep an eye out for news releases, reports, and that documentary we talked about earlier to keep you occupied in the meantime.