For most of the world, December is a special month. On the one hand, you have celebrations, with Christmas in just a few weeks; at the same time, there’s still a lot of work wrapping up the year.
Yet, we hope you still have time to attend one or two useful blockchain events. Use this list of top events in CIS Countries and Western Europe as a guide & pick your events.
Cryptour Ukraine is a series of crypto events in major Ukrainian cities, and the final one will be in Kyiv on December 5th. It will feature almost a dozen speakers with experience in the field who will share their experience to discuss, as the organizers put it, “CryptoRevolution 2020”
TerraCrypto’s full name is the V International Forum of Cryptocurrencies and Digital Mining. As you might have guessed from the name, it will be devoted to the mining industry. More than 45 speakers and almost 500 participants from 15 countries representing some 40 companies will share their experience of the challenges and opportunities of digital mining.
Event page: https://terracrypto.icu/russia-eng
Kyiv iGaming Affiliate Conference is a major conference devoted to the gaming industry in Ukraine. Its focus this time will be the legalization of the gaming industry in the country. As blockchain and particularly cryptocurrencies have penetrated the gambling world, the event will be useful for those working in the blockchain field.
A big annual event, FinTech Connect claims to be the leading fintech conference & exhibition in the United Kingdom. This year, the event will gather more than 6,000 experts in the field. While it is not exclusively devoted to blockchain and cryptocurrencies, they will play a big role at the conference as they do in the fintech world in general.
Berlin is one of the key Europe’s technological capitals, and this seminar reflects that. The focus of the event will be on security, particularly how blockchain technologies can be used to enhance cybersecurity in the wake of massive cyberattacks and identity thefts the world has seen in recent years. Offline security sector will be discussed as well.
Zürich — and Switzerland in general — have a vibrant and developed blockchain community, and this event aims to showcase it. A series of startup presentations and pitches will be followed by a networking session with a party. Isn’t it a great way to spend a night?