The Global Blockchain Association (Tokyo, President: Toshikazu Masuyama) is pleased to host the largest blockchain conference in Asia: The Japan Blockchain Conference (JBC) – 2019 Yokohama, to be taken on 30 and 31 January in the energetic port city of Yokohama, only 30 minutes from the center of Tokyo.
The conference will host top companies and organizations from Japan and abroad who represent the future of the rapidly growing blockchain space. This is the place where the leaders of blockchain and crypto can interact, form partnerships, and showcase their leading technologies and developments.
JBC will offer a truly global event. bringing together large Japanese companies entering the blockchain sphere, such as NTT Communications and Line, and innovative blockchain and crypto firms including Foins, Orbs, CTIA, and DNA. High-profile speakers such as John McAfee, Tim Draper, and Alex Lightman, and many more will enlighten people with the latest developments in the sphere.
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the best of blockchain and kickstart 2019 with a bang!
For more details including the latest information on participants and speakers, and to buy tickets, visit our website: https://japan-blockchain-c.com/
Name: Japan Blockchain Conference (JBC): Yokohama Round 2019
Host: The Global Blockchain Association
Date/Time: Wednesday 30 and Thursday 31 January 2019, 9am to 6pm
Venue: Pacifico Yokohama, Hall B (1-1-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan)
Advance purchase: 1-Day Pass—3,000 yen (USD27), 2-Day Pass—5,000 yen (USD45)
At the Door: 1-day pass—4,000 yen (USD35)
Pass includes access to the Exhibition Zone (featuring 150 companies from Japan and abroad); speeches and seminars by prominent blockchain figures; and other areas.
100,000 yen (USD885)
Includes access to the lounge for both days, as well as the After Party (30th) and Celebration Party (31st).
For inquiries related to this event, please contact [email protected]
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