Malta Blockchain Summit 2018

Malta Blockchain Summit 2018
21st Aug, 2018
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Inspired by the recent initiation of Malta’s Virtual Currency Act, the Malta Blockchain Summit will be held for the first time this year on the 1st to 2nd November at the Malta InterContinental.

Boasting over 2000 delegates, 100 speakers and 150 sponsors and exhibitors, it promises to be an innovative and momentous opportunity for global influencers to network, forge new connections and debate the potential applications of Blockchain across a myriad of industries such as health, entertainment, government, and banking.

With the opportunity for custom built stands and packages at various competitive price points, exhibitors will be spoilt for choice. The pinnacle of which is the exclusive Platinum package which is cram-packed with tempting lures: such as a four-page interview with photo shoot and company profile in Blockchain Magazine, a double page advert and 20 hours of consultancy by Malta Blockchain Summit.

There are also exciting sponsorship deals to be found from a WiFi Sponsorship packageto the Exclusive Main Entrance package, all offering an unmissable chance to get your brand seen by the people that matter.

Delegates can expect their business to be sweetened with a much-anticipated Networking Poker Tournament, sumptuous evening meals, a decadent Champagne Brunch, and a Rum & Cigar Night –all scheduled on and around these dates.

The agenda for the event will also include a Hackathon and a riveting ICO pitch. The pitch will see 10 start-up hopefuls pitch their projects, followed by an interactive question and answer session between audience and investors.

Closing Night will offer a welcome opportunity to unwind, relax, and celebrate the culmination of a successful summit. Delegates will have the opportunity to experience the limpid Mediterranean waters and ancient, craggy coastline through a Crypto Cruise followed by an enviously luxurious crypto party.

An illustrious melting pot of global speakers has already been confirmed to take part, including prominent individuals such as: Carla Maree Vella , James Catania, Max Krupyshev, Gordon Einstein, Alex Lightman, Joseph Cuschieri, Sally Eaves,Tugce Ergul, Karl Schranz, Pavel Kravchenko and Vince Vella.

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Tickets are to go on sale early May, but with ticket reservations already generating a marked interest, it’s worth booking early to avoid disappointment.

Innovations and new inventions on the spotlight

The Malta Blockchain Summit is the perfect event to catch up with the new creations and ideas that are being considered across the whole world.

The event is a great opportunity to for all of those investors looking for new ways to increase their revenue and professional growth.

Apart from the many innovations that get highlighted on the event, it is also a good chance to take if you are looking for some entertainment and fun. As it was previously described, the event is set to become a major occurrence that you should not fail to be part of.

Blockchain and the gambling industry

Blockchain-focused innovations such as Bitcoin and the rest of the cryptocurrencies have certainly changed the way that online transactions are made. Thanks to these intriguing platforms, users across the whole world have been able to make transfers easily and privately at all times.

The security and privacy that cryptocurrencies provide for their users is simply off the charts. But, how good or useful are they for the gambling industry?

Surely, as a player or a gambling operator, that may be one of your main questions and concerns. But, there is absolutely nothing to be worried about.

Cryptocurrencies are reliable, and they are not going to damage the gambling industry in any way. On the contrary, they could boost its growth. Cryptocurrencies focus on security and complete privacy for each and every individual or company that is making a transfer to any of them.

Surely, those are traits that could help the gambling industry grow and become a trustworthy form of earning money while having fun.

The lack of trust on the gambling industry

The gambling industry has been used to commit all kinds of crimes that go from money laundering to theft and corruption.

Because of that, the industry is perceived as unreliable and risky for many people. However, cryptocurrencies could provide the gambling industry with that trust and safety that the people wish to have while betting.

Thanks to the management and privacy that cryptocurrencies offer to its users, it may be possible for the gambling operators to allure a higher number of players and make the industry grow and develop more quickly.

Traits and facts about cryptocurrencies

There is still a lot of stigma and lack of knowledge about cryptocurrencies and what they offer to its users.

To make it easier for you to understand them, here are some of their characteristics:

  • They are virtual money that is founded on a variety of mathematical methods.
  • They have a huge number of servers on which they may run computations and checks.
  • They are an unchangeable form of currency, which means they cannot be abolished.
  • Only the cryptocurrency's owner has access to a private key that allows him to access the funds.
  • To provide security, they record all the transactions on a Blockchain.
  • They are decentralized, which means they are not connected to banks or other government or financial institutions.
  • They are not regulated by any official market.
  • They can be utilized on any given day and at any given time.
  • Transactions made with them are recorded in a book that employs blockchain technology to ensure that they cannot be messed with.

The new future of gambling with Blockchain technology

The gambling industry is set to be renewed and improved with the implementation of the Blockchain-based methods. Through them, the gambling operators and the players will be able to offer gambling services and enjoy them safely and comfortably at any moment of the day,

21st Aug, 2018
John Wright