Three-Day, High-End Event to Showcase 40 Startups/ICO Competition, ICO Bootcamp, Plus 50 World-Class Experts, Digital Currency Funds, and Cryptocurrency Founders/Executives/Traders
Leading Industry Speakers Include Liam Robertson, William Quigley, David Johnston, Halsey Minor, Mike Jones, Chance Barnett, Gil Penchina, Spencer Bogart, Richard Titus, Alexander Shelkovnikov, George Samman, Ken Hausman, and Jack Tatar
LAS VEGAS, Sept. 21, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CoinAgenda (www.coinagenda.com), the premier conference for connecting blockchain and cryptocurrency investors with startup and ICO opportunities since 2014, has announced its fourth annual CoinAgenda Global presented by Transform Group, LLC, taking place at SLS Las Vegas, a luxury resort co-located with the W Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip, October 24-26. The three-day event will feature leading cryptocurrency investors and entrepreneurs from around the world, with a special focus on so-called initial coin offerings (ICOs), digital currency funds, family offices, and a startup competition highlighting 40 startups and token companies, many of them just prior to their ICO.
“With the negative publicity in past weeks around China’s temporary ban on ICOs and virtual currency exchanges, we tend to forget that bitcoin is still up more than 500 percent in the past twelve months and the overall cryptocurrency market, fueled by new ICOs, is up more than 1000 percent,” said Michael Terpin, founder and managing director of CoinAgenda. “CoinAgenda is the one place where the world’s most knowledgeable cryptocurrency investors and the top established and upcoming investment opportunities meet and exchange information.”
CoinAgenda Startup/ICO Competition contestants have produced more than $500 million in funding and $2 billion in market capitalization in the past year alone. Any pre-ICO startup, private blockchain, or public blockchain under $100 million market capitalization can submit to participate in the contest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is October 6, and winners will be announced on October 10.
Top Keynotes, Panels and First-Ever All-Day ICO Bootcamp
CoinAgenda is noted for its exceptional speakers and panels, and this year is no exception. Confirmed speakers include Liam Robertson, Alphabit Fund managing director; William Quigley, Clearstone Venture Capital managing director; David Johnston, Factom chairman; Halsey Minor, CNET founder and serial entrepreneur; Mike Jones, co-founder and CEO, Science, Inc; Chance Barnett, CoinCircle co-founder; Gil Penchina, Flight VC managing director; Spencer Bogart, managing director and head of research, Blockchain Capital; Richard Titus, serial entrepreneur and blockchain advisor; Alexander Shelkovnikov, founder, Semantic Capital and former blockchain lead, Deloitte; George Samman, blockchain consultant and author, KPMG Consensus report; Ken Hausman, managing director, Mirador Capital and former advisor to NASDAQ and Intel; and Jack Tatar, co-author of Cryptoassets. More top industry speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.
CoinAgenda Global is an exclusive, high-end event, limited to 300 attendees. Confirmed sponsors include Platinum Sponsor Dreamteam, Gold Sponsor DMarket, and Silver Sponsor Spectiv. A variety of sponsorships are still available, as well as speaking, exhibiting and presenting opportunities. Please contact email@example.com.
The conference kicks off on Tuesday, October 24, with an all-day ICO Bootcamp, featuring sessions on ICO Best Practices, Pricing, Crowdsale Platforms, Legal and Regulatory Concerns, Security, ICO and Token Governance, and Friendly Jurisdictions, capped off with a rooftop pool and cabana party.
On Wednesday, the conference moves into high gear with keynotes and panels on cryptocurrency investing and trading, as well as panels on investing in cryptocurrency and blockchain by family offices. Wednesday night commences with the famed CoinAgenda “Legendary” dinner, this time a complete takeover of Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres, one of the nation’s top-rated and most exotic steakhouses.
Finally, Thursday focuses on 40 presentations by startup blockchain companies, small-cap (under $100 million) cryptocurrency tokens and assets, and a wide range of ICOs from around the world. The conference ends with a closing lounge party at the Foxtail Nightclub and Pool.
Full conference, including all parties and meals, is $1,995 USD through September 30, then $2,195 through October 15, and $2,495 at the door and is limited to 300 attendees. Presentations Day (Thursday) only, including 40 startup and ICO presentations and that day’s parties and meals, is $795 USD through September 30, then $895 through October 15, and $995 at the door.