Block2TheFuture Announces Agenda for Blockchain Event


Block2TheFuture has announced the event agenda for the Bay Area blockchain conference scheduled April 4-6 aboard the USS Hornet. Event organizers are also giving away free tickets to attend the event, while supplies last.

Some of the highlights of the conference include the presentation “Wikipedia vs Everipedia: How to Decentralize Knowledge” by Dr. Larry Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia and CIO of Everipedia, and “Inevitable ICO Bubble” by Tone Vays, former VP at J.P. Morgan. Dr. Aubrey de Grey of SENS Research Foundation will also be speaking on “You have your Lambo & Crypto but still going to die: How to solve aging.”

Those attending can expect to receive free gifts, such as a paperback copy of Isaac Asimov’s “Foundation Series,” Elon Musk’s biography and Nassim Taleb’s “Antifragile.” Attendees will also get a free fractional Bitcoin and enjoy free beer and chicken tikka masala.

“All signs are pointing toward this being a groundbreaking three days for the cryptocurrency and blockchain world,” said Kurt Kumar from Block2TheFuture. “It’s fitting we chose an aircraft carrier for the event because we are entering uncharted waters as it did in its day. We are looking forward to kids, technologists, developers, grandmothers and crypto experts all exploring the world of blockchain together and leaving with four-to-five actionable steps that they can take home and implement right away.”

The event is free for children and this will be the first blockchain event to actively engage children.

All-in-all over 100 speakers will be presenting at the event, including:

Tim Draper (DFJ)
Brock Pierce (Entrepreneur)
– H. E. Ehlil Ahmad Hakimi, Finance Minister of Afghanistan
– Dr. Larry Sanger (Everipedia and Wikipedia co-founder)
Anthony Pompliano (Full Tilt Capital)
– Dr. Aubrey de Grey (SENS – Cure Aging)
Justin Newton (NetKi)
Kavita Gupta (Consensys)
Armin Ibrahimi (Shocard)
– Tone Vays (MetaCert)
Liz Steininger (Least Authority)
Paul Walsh (MetaCert)
Stan Miroshnik (Element Group)
Howard Marks (Start Engine)

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Source – PR Newswire

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