Tap the Fast-Growing Chinese Markets at iBlockchain Summit

Aug 02, 2018 at 18:17 // PR
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The last iBlockchain Summit held on May 18-19 at Shenzhen received great feedback from both our sponsors and audiences. This time, iBlockchain Summit is coming to Guangzhou, one of the biggest cities in China. The event will take place on November 2-3 in Guangzhou Baiyun International Convention Center.

Blockchain technology is already disrupting dozens of industries like banking, real estate, health care, education etc. Will your job be safe? What changes is your personal life and career facing? This might sound a little bit irrelevant to you now, but it will be, in a quite near future. Providing the unique political economic environment in China, the Chinese government is also studying this revolutionized technology in order to catch up with the western pace. This market is presenting an unmatched opportunity to all those tech giants as well as start-up firms, to deeper discover the market, to apply cutting-edge technologies to all walks of life, or to eventually leave a name behind in this era.

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iBlockchain Summit in Guangzhou is expecting over 4,000 visitors along with exhibiting, keynote & panel sessions, networking and alike activities. It’s a two-day event for fintech companies, blockchain experts, legal advisers, start-ups, currency exchanges, media and investors to share insights and get to know more promising projects.

If you are in this field, you cannot miss iBlockchain Summit. If you think it’s irrelevant to you, you don’t think so any more after you join us.

If you are interested in more details of sponsoring or speaking at iBS, welcome to contact us at info@iblockchainsummit.com

Contact details:

Tel: +86 21 3126 1015

Skype: info@iblockchainsummit.com

Email: info@iblockchainsummit.com

Website: www.iblockchainsummit.com

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