The EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum is pleased to announce its second hybrid event! The event titled “EU Blockchain developments: shaping the future” will be held on October 20th at the premises of the University of Nicosia and will feature speakers across a variety of panels and keynotes on blockchain trends and innovation in Europe and beyond.
The event is set to attract attendees from the European Commission, startups, NGOs, academia, and governments and will cover a variety of topics such as the EU Blockchain ecosystem landscape, regulation, Metaverse, European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) and Sustainability powered by blockchain.
- An engaging event with opportunities to network and exchange ideas with blockchain experts from around the world.
- A chance to talk directly with regulators and policy makers.
- Discover the latest blockchain trends.
- Attendees from the European Commission, start-ups, NGOs, academia, and governments.
- Panel discussions on hot topics such as the metaverse, energy and Sustainability and blockchain.
- A specialised session on European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI)
The confirmed speaker line-up for the event so far includes:
- Eva Kaili, MEP, VP of European Parliament
- Helen Koepman, DG CNECT
- Antonis Polemitis, CEO, University of Nicosia
- Prof George Giaglis, Executive Director of IFF, University of Nicosia
- Pierre Marro, European Commision
- Jeff Bandman, Principal, Bandman Advisors, EUBOF Expert Panel
- Patrick Hansen, Director, EU Strategy & Policy, Circle
- Nena Dokuzov, European Blockchain Partnership
- Dr Joshua Ellul, Professor at the University of Malta
- Marc Taverner, Bluesphere Solutions
- Dr Ioannis Revolidis, University of Malta
- Dr Ingrid Vasiliou Feltes, CEO SoftHread, EUBOF Expert Panel
The event will be held at the UNESCO Amphitheatre of the University of Nicosia. To proceed with registration, click here. The conference will be organised in hybrid mode, which will allow for both physical and online participation of attendees and speakers.
Source: University of Nicosia | Latest News (https://bit.ly/3D4gnFw)