Ever since the invention of the internet, arguably there has not been any technology which could revolutionize the entire globe, however, the introduction of Blockchain seems to change this as it is seen the most disruptive technology since the internet.
Earlier in the week LATOKEN, a multi-asset tokenization platform, and crypto exchange proudly announced its third event dedicated to associating the blockchain with the global economy. The event is known as, Blockchain Economic Forum (BEF).
BEF Singapore and New York managed to attract more than 1,600 individuals. Amongst the individuals are politicians, investors, entrepreneurs, decision-makers, and opinion leaders, like Vicente Fox (former president of Mexico), Reese Jones (Singularity University), Jean Claude Donato (Nikaia Ventures), Miko Matsumura (Evercoin), Peter Bergstrom (BitBlock Ventures), Daniel Heller (ex-IMF), Hanna Halaburda (Bank of Canada, NYU), Toni Lane Casserly (Cointelegraph), and Nicholas Merten (DataDash, 285k+ YouTube subscribers).
Given their successful hosting of previous events, LATOKEN is thrilled to host BEF in San Francisco, the event will go on for four days from June 16-19, of this year.
BEF SF is a four-day event that is expected to be attended by over 2,000 participants, including many leaders from the world of technology, business, media, and politics. This four-day event will play host to more than 40 inspiring discussions related to the opportunities presented by the Blockchain for strategic development of real sector companies, latest advancements in the technology, industry regulation, while also covering the PR and marketing aspect for blockchain and cryptocurrency related start-ups. Anticipations have been made that this event would be attended by more than 2000 participants, and amongst them, several leaders from the technology business, media as well as politics are expected to be present.
According to Valentin Preobrazhenskiy, CEO of LATOKEN and Chair of BEF Organization Committee, he says, “Blockchain Economic Forum intends to be a platform which would help pioneers in their quest of finding ideas, investments, partners, and friends. Together we will make cryptocurrencies official and prevalent so that it can automate into capital markets, money and states. By doing so billions of working hours could be saved annually.”
He further said, “Also, elections, courts, state finances could be automated by Blockchain technology and could also make them more transparent. This, in turn, will help six billion people overcome corruption and possibly reach the golden billion. This is how developing economies might grow by $400 trillion, and it could also cut the costs of state services in developed countries by exactly 50 percent.”