Blockchain Investment Summit, Toronto
Following a successful inaugural Blockchain Impact Summit 2018 in Vancouver, the Blockchain Impact Investment Summit 2018 in Toronto will be held on September 28, 2018 at the Toronto Hilton.
The summit will feature seven keynote speakers, including Jos Schmitt, CEO of NEO, Canada’s next generation stock exchange; Ross Zhang, CEO of Huobi Canada, the world’s third largest digital assets exchange; Siri Srinivas, Investment Associate at Draper Associates, an early stage venture capital firm founded by Tim Draper; Feng Han, co-founder of Elastos and a well-known scholar in the blockchain field; Andrew Kiguel, co-founder and CEO of Hut 8 Mining (HUT.V), one of the largest publicly traded cryptocurrency miners in the world; Frans Tjallingii, managing director of Galaxy Digital (GLXY.V), the first full service digital assets merchant bank in Canada; Mike McGlone, senior commodity strategist at Bloomberg Intelligence, the research arm of Bloomberg Terminal; and Al Burgio, founder and CEO of DigitalBits, a decentralized blockchain network supporting the loyalty and rewards industry.
It is expected that more than 25 blockchain companies will be present at the Blockchain Impact Investment Summit 2018. “We are pleased to see strong partners like the Blockchain Impact Institute and Draper University helping to develop and support the blockchain community. This event is a great opportunity to showcase the depth of Canada’s talent to an international audience,” commented Philip Long, Partner at Miller Thomson LLP, one of the summit’s sponsors and a host for the event.
Blockchain Impact Institute brings key players working in diverse fields from around the world together to engage and discuss the future trends of blockchain technology and showcase companies who are using blockchain technology to disrupt industries and continuously innovate. This is a unique platform for blockchain industry leaders to network, exchange ideas, share valuable insight and information about the state of blockchain technology and the token economy.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit the official website of the organizer.
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