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Blockchain Africa Conference

Blockchain-Africa-Conference NFT Event
The Galleria (Johannesburg, South Africa)
Event Date: March 16, 2023
Organizer: Blockchain Africa Conference
Type: Offline

The 9th Blockchain Africa Conference will be held March 16-17, 2023 at The Galleria in Johannesburg, South Africa, and online. The conference is put on by Bitcoin Events.

Since its first meeting in 2015, over 9000 people from 160 countries have come to this conference. It is a major event that shows off the latest innovations and changes in blockchain and cryptocurrencies.

With over 1000 people from all over the world attending, attendees can expect to hear from world-class international and local speakers, gain valuable insights, and take part in debates and panel discussions about how blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies are changing the way business is done around the world, especially on the African continent.

The conference will focus on the most important ideas, market disruptors, top industry trends, and technologies that will shape the future marketplace. The conference will be about global trends, with a special focus on Africa, as well as how market participants can take advantage of opportunities and deal with problems that blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies present.

Over the years, the conference’s themes have changed from “Beyond the Hype” to “From Hype to Mainstream” to “Ready for Business?” to “Ready for Business,” which is what it is called now.

This year’s conference will focus on how global business leaders, organizations, and innovators will use blockchain technology in both the public and private sectors. There won’t be much excitement or speculation.

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