An event is just around the corner. Decentralized 2018, a blockchain conference in Athens, will start in a few days. This is already the second time that Decentralized invites visitors.
After the huge success of Decentralized 2017, the University of Nicosia is proud to announce that Decentralized 2018 will take place on November 14-16, 2018 at the Divani Caravel, Athens, Greece.
This world-class summit will feature 70+ speakers and 1,000+ attendees from over 50 countries, exchanging knowledge and ideas on the innovative business and political implications of blockchain technologies.
The event will be presented by the University of Nicosia, the largest university in Cyprus. The University of Nicosia was the first university in the world to offer students a Master’s degree in digital currency. The University of Nicosia promises to provide applicants with great added value for future action:
By participating in this program, students are positioning themselves to soon be part of an exclusive set of people in business and finance that have a broad understanding of the financial, banking, payment, regulation, cryptography, game theory and technology innovation markets. Whether they are already employed in fintech or are aspiring to start their own business, they will gain invaluable understanding of the global market, and acquire skills that are immediately applicable in this emerging ecosystem as it develops.
According to its own statements, the University of Nicosia is a leader in the university sector in terms of digital currencies and blockchains:
The University of Nicosia (UNIC) is, by most measures, the leading university globally in the digital currency and blockchain field.
But now back again to the Decentralized 2018.
Interesting lectures on the topics of digital currency, blockchain, decentralization, smart contracts and much more await the visitors. This year’s conference will last three days, with more than 70 speakers filling this time with probably very interesting contributions.
Already last year the conference was a success and was well received by the general public. I was astonished that the online recordings of the conference had so few hits. I would like to link the entire 2017 conference for all interested parties.
For the direct impression I also link the first four parts:
The 2018 conference will certainly also be available on the Internet as soon as it is over. So all those who, like me, will not be going to Athens will also have a chance to see the presentations.
If you want to buy a ticket at short notice, you can still do so on the Decentralized website. In addition I link the link in the following once again.