The 2019 CoinsBank Blockchain Cruise will set sail from June 9 to 13, 2019. CoinsBank is a blockchain solutions provider that includes products like a digital wallet and services like an exchange and merchant tools for cryptocurrencies.
Guests are invited to join an epic Mediterranean cruise aboard the iconic Oasis of the Seas for what promises to be CoinsBank’s most extravagant event to date. Last year’s event drew 2,000 attendees from 58 countries.
The luxury trip departs from Barcelona and finishes in Rome, with stops in Palma de Mallorca, Marseille, and La Spezia.
As always, the Blockchain Cruise presents unrivalled networking opportunities with professionals across every aspect of the blockchain industry. Attendees will have a chance to introduce their business to some of the biggest names in crypto throughout the five-day event. Most notably, one sponsor secured a multi-million-dollar deal with crypto celebrity John McAfee aboard a recent Blockchain Cruise event.
There is simply no better place for entrepreneurs to get their business card in the hands of someone who can take them to the next level.
This year’s conference will be bigger and better than ever, covering topics ranging from blockchain’s social impact to business use cases, data privacy, exchanges, and STOs vs. IPOs. We’ll also wrestle with the topic, “What if blockchain is not a panacea?”
“We are very excited to offer this unparalleled networking opportunity for the second time,” said Kristina Bliadze, Event Coordinator of CoinsBank. “The potential of blockchain can only be realized through an active and supportive community, which is something we aim to foster through the Blockchain Cruise.”
Tickets for the 2019 Blockchain Cruise can be purchased via CoinsBank.com. Special packages are available for sponsors and exhibit partners.
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