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Cryptocurrency World Summit Taking Place in Berlin on 21st-22nd March

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The Cryptocurrency World Expo Berlin Summit is set to take place on 21st-22nd March this year and will focus on the wider cryptocurrency sector with representatives from exchanges, established finance institutions, ICOs, and developers.

Tax and legislation experts alongside entrepreneurs and investors will also be in attendance at CineStar Cubix, a large movie theatre in Alexanderplatz, a large publix square in the central Mitte district of Berlin, Germany. There will be over 1,600 delegates representing 60 companies and institutions over 3 floors hosting an array of exhibits, and 52 sessions on different cryptocurrency-related topics.

Attendees will have the chance to hear speeches from 45 blockchain experts in three cinema halls, including Oleg Ivanov, co-founder and CEO at CryptoBazar Fund, a venture capital firm in the cryptocurrency industry; Robert Wiecko, head of project management at DASH, an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency alternative to Bitcoin focused on e-commerce and payments; and Ransu Salovaara, CEO at TokenMarket, a digital asset marketplace for investors and growth companies.

Various awards for best cryptocurrency trading platform, broker, blockchain technology and digital law firm, and exchange will be presented alongside awards for blockchain personality, ICO, blockchain blog, cryptocurrency analyst, and blockchain portal of the year.

Tickets are currently €199 and a summary video from last year’s event that took place in Warsaw, Poland can be viewed below.

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