Visionary leaders, economic pioneers and enterprise investors from around the world discussed the future of our financial world at Keynote’s newest and most exclusive event: WORLD BLOCKCHAIN FORUM. Held at the Metropolitan West, this two-day conference delves into the innovative possibilities of blockchain and disruptive technologies, providing an introduction to securities and looks at the transformative impact of cryptocurrencies on the global financial landscape.
We know there are hundreds of other conferences out there for you to choose from which is why we strive to bring you the newest tech companies in blockchain innovation, fresh educational content, and unparalleled access to leading CEOs, founders, innovators and investors in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. – all in locations that are not only known for their destinations but for their leading roles in shaping the future of the world.
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 sixth year, Keynote is the longest running and most attended financial conference for the bitcoin, blockchain, and currency industries.
Following the success of conferences in Dubai, London, Amsterdam, Miami, Chicago, and Los Angeles, hundreds of senior executives travelled to New York last June 2018 and discussed 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.
Metropolitan West is Manhattan’s new frontier for special events. It reflects the emergent energies of Midtown West, also known as Clinton or Hell’s Kitchen. Metropolitan West debuted for Fashion Week in the fall of 2014. And it has quickly established itself as a venue where innovation and value combine for a wide variety of events.