BLOCKCHANCE Europe 2021
BLOCKCHANCE Europe 2021 is Germany’s leading Blockchain Technology conference with trade fair. We introduce the topics Digital Assets, AI, Green Technology and Sustainability in the upcoming event in 2021. BLOCKCHANCE connects thought leaders and innovators who are creating inspiring concepts and solutions within this space.
The BLOCKCHANCE mission is to educate society about contemporary economic trends, social changes and chances brought to us by Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies. The 3-day conference, with over 120 speakers and more than 50 exhibitors creates a networking, match-making and education platform for c-levels, investors, entrepreneurs, politicians, IT experts, scientists, students, media representatives and the interested public. As well as for futurists, philanthropists and philosophers.
Key topics are Blockchain technology use cases, digital assets, sustainability, governance, traceability, data security, id management, token economy, digital banking, intelligent transport systems, robotics, AI and IoT.
Startup Pitch Award
BLOCKCHANCE Europe 2021 hosts an incredible Startup Competition. The Award allows one great idea to be realized with a substantial finance opportunity. 15 shortlisted teams from all over the world will compete and the most promising idea will be chosen. Detailed conditions for participating can be found at the application form page.
The upcoming conference is hosted at the amazing Hamburg Chamber of Commerce Germany’s oldest stock exchange, in the building complex of the Hamburg City Hall.
It is located downtown in the famous Hamburg “Innenstadt” boasting first class hotels, restaurants and a mere 20 min to the Hamburg International Airport.
Welcome to the Age of Blockchain
We live in a world where the availability of and control over data in economics, politics and private life are important factors for security and independence. Blockchain technology can give us back control over it by allowing us to ensure the integrity, availability and authenticity of data by the public domain.
Users are able to own and control their data without compromising security. Data anonymization methods attempt to protect personally identifiable information.
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