We continue to write about the important blockchain activities, in which representatives of the main decentralized ecosystem DEEX took part. After the hospitable Frankfurt, our expert in the development of blockchain applications, Sergey Sevantsyan, reached Amsterdam, where from June 27th to June 28th the Blockchain Expo was held, where not only the questions of introduction and operation of digital financial systems were discussed, but also the most promising blockchain projects were presented.
On the first day of conference the participants were able to listen and discuss the reports of leading speakers from all around the world, devoted to a wide range of issues: from technological development to ICO’s regulation. Discussion panels for the forum’s guests were organized by IBM, Hugo Boss, WWF and other large companies actively implementing blockchain in their work. Performances were held simultaneously at 5 stages, and the number of people who wanted to listen to the speakers was simply incredible.
The second day of the Blockchain Expo was interesting too. Although there were fewer reports and speeches, the attention of visitors and guests of the conference was drawn to a specially organized stage, where it was possible to get acquainted with the projects developed on the basis of blockchain systems. The saturated program of 2 days of the conference did not allow to visit all the events, and to bypass all the demonstrations was simply an impossible task. Nevertheless, we managed to communicate and agree on further cooperation with many projects. It is very important for the development of DEEX to establish connections with representatives of the world blockchain space, so such events help not only to exchange experience, but also to inform partners of the project of the ecosystem being developed, which in the very near future will become the main locomotive of the decentralized financial blockchain system. Our red-black dragon fits perfectly into the local color and could feel like a real “I amsterdam”.
Thank you Amsterdam, thank you good old Europe – we will return to you again soon!
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