Look, we know there are 1000+ other technology conferences you can attend this year, filled with lame speeches and fluff. That’s why we’re here. Keynote 2016 is carefully curated to teach you about next-level, actionable innovation and technology you can utilize the very next day.
We meticulously scout out the best of the best, choosing fantastic speakers to teach you about the strategies, technologies, and innovations they’ve developed and mastered.
We’ll be covering a wide array of topics, such as The Blockchain, Bitcoin, investing, regulations, startups, the Internet of Things, growth hacking, and more (phew!).
“…the technologies that underpin bitcoin are a safe bet to disrupt the finance sector.”
“Blockchain technology continues to redefine not only how the exchange sector operates, but the global financial economy as a whole”
To modernize, streamline and simplify its administrative functions, NASDAQ has recently invested more than $100 million in implementing this new tech across the world’s second largest exchange.
Swiss banking giant, UBS, is a big believer in the power of distributed ledgers to redefine finance. The bank has opened a research facility in London aimed at driving distributed ledgers mainstream.
Visionaries like Apple’s Steve Wozniak, entrepreneur Jeremy Allaire and Virgin’s Richard Branson are investing millions in this new technology. They are among the first to see how valuable distributed ledgers are about to become.
Now in its fifth year, Keynote is the longest running and most attended financial conference for the bitcoin, blockchain, and currency industries.
Following the success of conferences in Amsterdam, Miami, Chicago, and Los Angeles, hundreds of senior executives will travel to Dubai on May 30th to discuss the bright future of Bitcoin and Blockchain, the most successful virtual currency in the world.
Bitcoin is making waves in both the media and financial world. With government regulators and online retailers finally recognizing the power of Bitcoin, this virtual currency is set to change the way we handle money.
“Money at its core is simply a ledger for keeping track of debts, and bitcoin is truly the best iteration of a universal ledger we’ve ever seen.”
If you’re not well schooled in bitcoin and its underlying technology, you’re not alone. Most executives don’t understand the repercussions of this new disruptive tech.
Attend Keynote 2016 to get yourself up to speed on the applications, ramifications and nuances of bitcoin and the blockchain. Be the first among your peers to profit from this new technology.
“The blockchain is a technology which we’ve been studying, and yes it’s real, it can probably reduce the cost of doing business. If it proves to be cheap and secure, it would be adopted for a whole bunch of stuff. “