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St. Petersburg Is Ready to Host the Second International Forum – Blockchain Life 2018 -On November 7-8


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Following the event’s groundbreaking success in 2017, Blockchain Life 2018 is all set to make a comeback to Russian and Eastern Europe’s leading venue Expoforum in St. Petersburg. Scheduled to be held on November 7-8, this year’s forum is expected to bring together over 5000 participants from more than 70 countries across the globe. One of the world’s largest international forums on blockchain and cryptocurrency, Blockchain Life has just announced its return to the St. Petersburg for the Blockchain Life 2018 to be held in the renowned Expoforum on November 7-8. It may be recalled that the Blockchain Life 2017 conference was the biggest event of the year in Eastern Europe on blockchain and cryptocurrency.

The purpose of the Blockchain Life forum is to unite the crypto community and attract more professionals to the industry. One of the most important characteristic features of this event is the complete absence of advertising reports. All speeches and presentations delivered at the forum are focused on discussing the ways to earn money on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.

Blockchain Life 2018 organizers are expecting no less than five thousand plus attendees from over seventy countries, including crypto traders, ICO project owners, private investors, developers, global exchange owners and operators, and blockchain experts. The two-day event is an opportunity not to be missed by everyone interested in earning and investing in cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects.

More than eighty noted business leaders and innovators will be present at the Blockchain Life 2018 conference as speakers. Some of the most distinguished names in this high-profile line-up include Sergei Khitrov (Listing.Help, Icotop.io), Wu Xing (Huobi Exchange), Phillip Nunn (ICO advisor), Nikolai Shkilev (ICO advisor), Stefano Virgilli (ICO advisor), Khachatur Ghukasyan (Swiss Blockchain Foundation), and many other leading international industry professionals. Most of the discussions will cover the most relevant topics related to cryptocurrencies, blockchain, mining, and ICOs.

During Blockchain Life 2018, for the first time in the forum, leading companies of the industry will compete for the title of the best in its segment within the global annual award Blockchain Life Awards 2018.

Blockchain Life 2018 will be held in Expoforum, one of the most sought after event venues in Europe. The venue offers a huge exhibition area of over three thousand square meters, more than one hundred exhibition booths, and a special pitch section for the ICO startups.

“In 2017, we were the first to hold a large-scale educational conference and exhibition of industry projects, bringing together more than 1,700 people. All tickets were sold out almost a month before the conference”, Sergei Khitrov says. “In 2018, we expect more than 5,000 participants”. Buy your ticket now for the biggest event in the field of blockchain in Europe.

Tickets for the Blockchain Life 2018 conference are currently up for sale in four different categories, starting from 499 rubles or 0.0012 btc. Participants of our forum can also book accommodation in nearby hotels with a discount up to 30%.

To buy tickets for the largest blockchain industry event in Russia and Eastern Europe, please visit https://blockchain-life.com/en/

A little about Blockchain Life 2018: Blockchain Life 2018 is the largest event in the industry of blockchain, cryptocurrency, mining, and ICO in Russia and Eastern Europe and one of the biggest in the world. The event will be held in Expoforum, the best venue in Russia. Blockchain Life 2018 will bring together over five thousand participants, including the largest investors, entrepreneurs, owners of ICO projects and individuals interested in earning by investing in crypto projects.

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