The 2 day digital currency event, The Cryptoconomy Summit, will be held in Tampa, Florida from March 28-29 2018. The summit is designed to inform and connect individuals that are interested in cryptocurrency, blockchain, ICOs and overall cryptonomics. Fifty of the industry’s key thought leaders and 30 exhibitors will come together to educate and entertain 3,000 attendees who are anywhere from curious to passionate about these subjects.
Gain Insight from Cryptocurrency Experts
Keynote speakers include ICO advisor and investor, Miko Matsumura; CEO of Metropole Capital Group, Victoria Silchenko; and Fintech Thought Leader, Xiaochen Zhang. Some featured guests are people such as Ethereum Madrid founder, Sandra Becker; DoD Insider Threat and Cyber Portfolio Manager, Cheri Sigmon; and CEO of the Blackmore Group, Phillip Nunn. The event’s master of ceremony, Samson Williams, will host and introduce 2 mystery guests of honor who are still to be announced.
The ICO Pitch Show for Cryptocurrency & Blockchain Startups
On March 29, ten finalists will present a 5 minute pitch along with a 5 minute Q&A session to win up to $50,000 in funding. Second place winners will receive $10,000 in ICO marketing and consulting services and 3rd placers will get a $5,000 marketing package. Contestants will be judged off aspects such as scalablity of their business and creating innovative solutions to an identifiable problem in the crypto community. It’s not too late to apply; the window closes February 28th and finalists will be chosen on March 2nd.
This is the debut to a major cryptocurrency event that they aim to expand into bi-annual summits and an international summit in the UK during the summer of this year. The event is tailored for people from all backgrounds regardless of their expertise in cryptocurrency. This summit is positioned to be the biggest event ever to be held on cryptocurrency yet and is only one of many creative efforts to further educate and integrate the masses on the revolutionary blockchain technology.
At the time of publishing, The Scope Weekly had not heard back from the organizers for comments. If new information is provided, we will update the story accordingly.