Kicking off on 4th March 2020 in the capital of Great Britain is the London Blockchain week, an event which sees 1500+ attendees, more than 100 Leading speakers and over 60 industry leaders exhibiting.
Key themes to be discussed in the event are; an introduction to the latest trends, key themes, convergence, digital assets, artificial intelligence, global currencies and the impact on the global financial system.
“our community tells us that their needs are Visibility, Capital, Talent and Education - so it is our focus to deliver on that promise."
Which is precisely what this event has been carefully designed to do by bringing together significant key-stakeholders and attendees together to allow powerful networking and partnerships to be forged.
A standout panel discussion on Blockchain and Gaming is sure to interest Dragon Coin holders. According to analysts, by 2025, the total revenues of online casinos will increase from $533 billion to $2.021 trillion. Realising the levels of transparency and security afforded by Blockchain the online casino market is looking to capitalise on this to attract new customers and boost revenues. Of course, Dragon foresaw this which is why one of the Dragon pillars is based on iGaming with key strategic partnerships already in place with GameMediaWorks and BetProtocol, a SaaS platform that provides the infrastructure for Gaming Applications.
The full program is spread over several days and comprises of the following events and seminars;
4th March - Exclusive Launch Event
4th March - Bitcoin Cash Meetup
4th March - Italy4Innovation4th March - Future of Finance/FWW Breakfast Meeting
5th March + 6th - London Blockchain Summit
7th March - Deconstructing DeFi
9th March- Women in Blockchain Meetup
10th March - TLA Blockchain Meetup
10th March - Digital Asset Summit
11th March - Crypto AM Awards
As well as the usual panels and fireside chats there will be investor speed dating and a range of community events across the week in venues all across London.
Joining Dr Jane Thomason on the impressive speaker list are Marjan Delatinne, Head of Global Banking at Ripple and Yu Xiong, Chair Professor of Technology and Operations Management at Northumbria University and founder of the Magna Carta Blockchain Forum. As usual, we'll keep you up to date with the latest from the event and of course all the latest Dragon and Blockchain news, right here on the Dragon Blog.