The Leading Conference on Decentralization
Exploring The Future Of FinTech, Blockchain, Sharing Economy, Future Of Work & Disruptive Cultures.
The d10e team has announced its 6th event focused on the future of decentralizing technologies in Fintech, blockchain, disruptive tech and culture, the sharing economy, and the future of work. D10e was launched in 2014 by Bitcoin Foundation Chairman Brock Pierce. Previous editions in San Francisco, Singapore, and Amsterdam were keynoted by David Orban, John McAfee, and Andreas Antonopoulos.
The upcoming d10e conference will feature 40 world class speakers on 21-22nd February 2017 at the Sheraton Hotel in Bucharest, Romania. The event will unite 300 passionate leaders, investors, and entrepreneurs engaging in short-form presentations, keynotes, panels, exhibitors, workshops and evening networking socials. Keynote speakers include David Orban, Gary Whitehall and a special fireside chat with Vit Jedlicka, President of the startup country Liberland.
The conference will bring together top leaders and entrepreneurs to share their insights on the overall state of decentralization while providing attendees with a unique blend of experiences from building meaningful relationships, to getting actionable knowledge while getting a taste of Eastern Europe culture and hospitality. The organisers have minutely planned City Tours in Bucharest and a unique trip to Transylvania, the land of famous Count Dracula as well as networking socials that would set the scene for a memorable experience in Bucharest.
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