Token Fest, the first-of-its-kind, exclusive conference focused on the business and technology of tokenization, will be hosting its inaugural conference March 15-16, 2018 at the historical Palace of Fine Arts Theatre in San Francisco, CA.
Token Fest will bring together the best minds working on blockchain technology and the tokenization of industry. Over 800 leaders in the space will spend the two days discussing crypto economic strategy, enterprise blockchain solutions, decentralized business models, crypto investing, the role of tokens at the protocol level, and beyond. A departure from the format of traditional conferences, Token Fest will emphasize networking and collaboration through shared experiences.
The event will feature a world class lineup of 65 industry experts who will present in a series of moderated group panel discussions, including Tim Draper, Matthew Roszak, Peter Smith, Ned Scott, Jonathan Johnson, Charles Hoskinson and David Wachsman. “The nature of Token Fest creates distinctive networking experiences for thought leaders where the blockchain industry comes to gather,” said Ryan Colby, Founder of Token Fest. “We are building an ecosystem in order to streamline the conversations necessary for the industry to advance. This includes the legal and governance strategies for entrepreneurs considering an ICO. It’s important to grasp the technology behind blockchain that’s creating the real value for P2P communities.”
Token Fest currently has 34 event sponsors such as Steemit, Deloitte, Qtum, Bloq, Ledger Wallet, Metal, ICO Alert, Perkins Coie, Monolith Studios, and the Open Trading Network. Beyond the thought-providing speakers, highlights of the event will include an elaborate Opening Night Gala sponsored by Steemit, a Token Pitch competition during which entrepreneurs will pitch their token concepts to a panel of venture capitalists, and the first annual Token Fest Awards Presentation which will spotlight innovative companies providing blockchain solutions.
“Our team spent ten months to create something truly spectacular, Token Fest is not just another cookie cutter industry event. We’ve experienced a tremendous amount of interest with early registrations hinting at a sellout show,” continued Colby. “The recent expansion into an expo hall will showcase the massive amount of blockchain projects launching in Q1.”
Source – PR Newswire
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