London Blockchain Conference Kicks Off May 31, 2023

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Aaron Goldstein
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Thousands of professionals in the digital currency and blockchain space will be flocking to the 2023 London Blockchain Conference May 31 through June 2.  All readers are invited to attend.

Get ready to unlock the full potential of blockchain.  This year's event will include a special focus on educating enterprises, governments and regulators on how blockchain-powered tech can solve their pain points and super power their business needs.

"We believe the world is ready for an electronic cash system to power a transaction-based data economy and we are motivated to share this information to help transform the world from Web2 to Web3," organizers of the event proclaim.

For those unfamiliar, Web 2.0 refers to websites that emphasize user-generated content, ease of use, participatory culture and interoperability for end users. The term was coined by Darcy DiNucci in 1999 and later popularized by Tim O'Reilly and Dale Dougherty at the first Web 2.0 Conference in 2004.

Web3 is considered a new iteration of the World Wide Web which incorporates concepts such as decentralization, blockchain technologies, and token-based economics.

And take it from a conference pro, there aren't a whole lot of high quality and clear purpose events out there focused on blockchain technology, notes CoinGeek reporter and long time friend of the website Rebecca Liggero-Fontana. 

"To me, events in the blockchain sphere can be difficult to navigate, likely due to the perceived amount of money and hype in this space. My LinkedIn mailbox is full of invites to blockchain, digital currency, NFT, and Web3 events taking place worldwide, day after day."

Liggero-Fontana explains that the London Blockchain Conference will be dedicated to how blockchain technology can impact lives from a real-world solutions perspective.

"While agnostic in nature, the LBC will highlight the utility of a massively scalable public blockchain through a series of keynotes, panels, and presentations on two stages across three days.

"One stage will have a technical focus for those interested in developing and building on the blockchain, and the other will have a business focus, where I plan to spend most of my time. The subject matter of each panel and presentation on the business stage has been designed to appeal to professionals from any industry, hitting pain points we all face in business and explaining how blockchain-powered tech can help solve them.

"I genuinely think you will be impressed by the caliber of speakers, ranging from inspirational presenters to blockchain specialists to C-level professionals who are still learning how blockchain tech will support their business goals."

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- Aaron Goldstein,

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