Asset Backed Crypto Summit (“ABC Summit”) today announces tremendous success in amassing an impressive lineup of standout members of the crypto community to participate as presenters, sponsors and attendees at the upcoming two-day ABC Summit in Lisbon, Portugal.
Taking place Sept. 28-29, 2018, ABC Summit offers attendees a unique opportunity to present their ideas and projects before the “who’s who” of the blockchain world and attract the interest of customers, investors, consultants, partners, market leaders and others with similar mindsets—all under one roof. The summit will serve as a promotional plateau for startups from the most diverse industries—all of whom are linked by the common use of blockchain technology and the fact that their activities are supported by assets or solid projects that add real value.
Participants at ABC Summit will:
- Hear from top blockchain experts.
- Enjoy a hands-on experience with innovative technologies.
- Network with top investors, advisors, founders, thought leaders and stakeholders within the industry.
- Explore use cases, implementation, roadblocks and much more.
- Meet startups that are using blockchain to innovate and disrupt various industries.
- Learn about what the future holds for blockchain and electronic currency in general.
- And much more!
“We see ABC Summit as a platform to drive change,” said Serge Lobréau, founder of ABC Summit. “Our primary goal is to establish new business partnerships and the continued development of blockchain networks at both the private and public levels. This summit will bring together investors, leaders, influencers and top decisionmakers who are actively looking for business opportunities across all industrial, commercial, financial, social and educational interests.”
ABC Summit will take place in Portugal, which is one of the 22 European countries that recently established the European Blockchain Partnership. In recent years, Portugal has seen increasing public interest regarding digital technology; because of this, the country is increasingly becoming a hub for technological research and debate. Lisbon, Portugal’s capital, has become a center for international events relating to digital technology.