Blockchain Life 2019 – the third edition of the international forum – brings together more than 3000 participants from over 70 countries. Multimillionaires, entrepreneurs, businessmen and business owners, founders of top blockchain and crypto companies, crypto traders and investors are going to perform at Blockchain Life 2019 on April 23 to 24, 2019 in Singapore.
Sergei Khitrov, Roger Ver, Jason Fang, Tim Draper, Jack Chia, Toni Gu, Jasmine Ng, and other renowned figures will share their professional insights and forecasts during keynotes and various panels.
Full agenda is available at http://blockchain-life.com
Participating companies like Listing.Help, Bitcoin.com, CoinMarketCap, Sora Ventures, NEO, NEM, Cardano, KuCoin, BitForex and other famous enterprises from all over the world are going to gather and discuss the latest trends and ways of earning money in the crypto market.
Apart from the individual performances and discussions, the forum is comprised of a StartUp Pitch and Blockchain Life Awards, participation in both is currently available.
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Blockchain Life 2019 is held in Singapore – a financial and technological hub of Asia and blockchain world’s capital. One of the world’s best hotels Marina Bay Sands located in Singapore’s heart welcomes 3000 participants from 70 countries around the globe.
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The global forum is organized by the world listing agency – Listing.Help. The general partner of Blockchain Life 2019 is ELVN – a new, convenient and safe cryptomessenger that pays its users for activity.
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