About the Blockchain Africa Conference 2018
Blockchain Conferences in Africa since 2015
8 and 9 March 2018 in Johannesburg
Bitcoin Events is proud to announce that the fourth annual Blockchain Africa Conference will be held on the 8 & 9 March 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The conference 2018 will bring together a diverse range of local and international speakers to discuss blockchain and cryptocurrency use cases, the regulatory environment, technology hurdles and opportunities in innovation and disruption that can be leveraged using this technology...Read More
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The schedule will be available in October 2017.
The call for papers will open in October 2017.
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In 2016 coinBR sponsored the Bitcoin & Blockchain Africa Conference 2016 and it was clear the extent to which Bitcoin Events had become deeply entrenched within the global world of cryptocurrency. The international line up of speakers and full scope variety of attendees could easily have been compared to a New York Consensus conference. In addition to having exposure to multiple key players within the field, Sonya and Theo offered a friendly yet professional platform from which all could share ideas, current and future projects as well as concerns among community members. The phenomenal results from our exposure and introductions at the Bitcoin & Blockchain 2016 conference was the first step to ensure coinBR's active commitment to support this dynamic company in any of their future endeavors. coinBR was proud to be the Premier sponsor of the Blockchain Africa Conference 2017. The line up of speakers once again contributed to international technology exposure, not matched anywhere else on local soil. It is a pleasure for coinBR to express their support and gratitude for the work done by the Bitcoin Events and to commit to partake in a collaborative capacity in any future projects on the African continent or abroad.
Carmen PotgieterDirector at coinBR
Absa and Rise, created by Barlcays sponsored the Blockchain & Bitcoin Africa Conference in 2016, held in Johannesburg. Working alongside Sonya and her team was a pleasure, they were open to collaborating and building a programme with a high-quality content, that was very relevant for the ecosystem. The speakers were globally renowned, with the likes of Barclays Accelerator alumni Everledger and Chainalysis presenting their work. The feedback from participants was very positive.