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The Blockchain Academy Munich, a 2-Day Event on Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology

On October 9-10, The Blockchain Academy will take place in Munich. After successful events in London and Milan, The Blockchain Academy is expanding its international outreach to answer the needs of global exposure to Bitcoin and Blockchain Education.
The consolidated approach on education is the main driver of The Blockchain Academy events. Thanks to the global recognition of Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology and considering The Blockchain Academy past experiences, Munich will be hosting another great educational 2-day event.
Participants will gain proper knowledge about Bitcoin and Blockchain as well as an understanding of how this technology fits into the existing economic framework. The Full Academy (2 days) is designed for those who want a comprehensive outlook on Bitcoin and Blockchain Technology: the first day is made of an introduction which covers most of the relevant topics that any C-Level exec would want to know. Day 2 provides an in-depth analysis of the most important technological breakthroughs made possible by Blockchain. Participants can choose whether to attend the Full Academy or only the first day.
The Blockchain Academy is proving itself right in affirming that more than a technology Bitcoin and Blockchain represent a groundbreaking cultural paradigm shift. Participants will be able to study as well as practice what they will be listening from Ferdinando M. Ametrano who has been speaking about Bitcoin at Banca d’Italia, Italian Parliament Lower House and IlSole24Ore just to name a few. Ferdinando was Chairman of the Host Committee for Scaling Bitcoin 2016 in Milan. Few innovative blockchain start-ups will also be present at the 2- day event.
Marco Favia, Head of Blockchain Business Board, presenting the event stated that: ”The World Economic Forum in its latest white paper Realizing the Potential of Blockchain suggests that there’s a need for better strategic knowledge about blockchain: we are totally aligned with this approach having started our educational path one year and a half ago. We’ve been suggesting and encouraging a knowledge centered approach when talking about blockchain technology and we’ll continue in this way.”
The Blockchain Academy is one of the leading blockchain educational program in Europe created by B3 – Blockchain Business Board.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
C-level execs that need to properly understand what is going on, transaction bankers, regulators, innovators, payment institution managers, technologists, software developers, security experts, lawyers and notaries interested in the digital domain.
WHEN
9/10 October 2017
WHERE
Highlight Towers
Mies-van-der-Rohe-Str.8
80807 M√ľnchen (DE)

Would you like to reserve your ticket? Click here
Visit the following link for more details and information: www.theblockchainacademy.org
 ABOUT B3 – BLOCKCHAIN BUSINESS BOARD
B3 is an International Research Program that aims to explore and share how existing business models could evolve in line with the improvements made possible by the Blockchain technology. We are developing our own Blockchain ecosystem in order to facilitate connections among different stakeholders such as startups, experts, academia, companies and investors.

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