Here's What You Missed at the 2018 World Blockchain Forum in New York

Here’s What You Missed at the 2018 World Blockchain Forum in New York

Were you unable to make it to New York City for the World Blockchain Forum? No worries, we’re bringing you highlights from the conference so you can get caught up from the comfort of your own home.

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What You Missed

At the World Blockchain Forum in New York, Bitsonline reported on presentations and interviewed blockchain’s biggest names and newest companies — ranging from hardware and software companies to ICOs.

While you can view our full coverage both at Bitsonline.com and the Bitsonline YouTube channel, we have also created a highlights video from the exhibition floors. In this video, you will get introductions to some of the industry’s newest companies.

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About the World Blockchain Forum

The World Blockchain Forum is a conference series with events all over the world. The conference series brings cryptocurrency enthusiasts, traders, entrepreneurs and influencers together in one place. While there, attendees can watch presentations on the latest innovations in the space, make friends, and form new business contacts.

Keynote

This conference series is hosted by Keynote, a blockchain event-planning company founded by Moe Levin. In addition these conferences, Keynote is responsible for hosting the annual North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami — the largest blockchain conference in the world.

Did you enjoy our coverage of the World Blockchain Forum in New York City? If so, stay tuned for more conference coverage in the near future!


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