The North American Bitcoin Conference Set To Heat Up Miami

The North American Bitcoin Conference returns to Miami for its seventh installment.

On the 17th and 18th of January, 2019, the entire Bitcoin and blockchain community will converge in Miami for a historical conference aimed at driving cryptocurrency from niche to mainstream. Now in its seventh year, The North American Bitcoin Conference is the longest running and most attended finance conference for the Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency industries with over 4500 attendees in 2018. Additionally, a key focus of the 2019 conference will be a dedicated Security Tokens track, unpacking the new and exciting world of securities and blockchain technology.

Building on the recent successes of conferences this year in Miami, London, New York and Dubai, The 7th Annual North American Bitcoin Conference, as a part of the World Blockchain Forum, will return to sunny Miami with a lineup of over 60 world-class presenters, including technology veterans, and founders of companies which have collectively raised over $18.1 billion in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). Past events have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes,, Bloomberg, and other mainstream media outlets.

The two-day conference will have new things in store for attendees to bring them added value on top of the already stacked speaker and sponsor lineup. As well as brand new Lightning Networking sessions, creative installments and a second track dedicated to digital security tokens, the event will still maintain the focus on investments, successful past and future ICOs, legal implications and regulations, and how decentralization is disrupting not only the banking industry.

In addition to the two day conference, The North American Bitcoin Conference is proud to announce Miami Blockchain Week which has multiple satellite events before and after the conference, including hackathons, additional networking events, education days, and after-parties.

The first speakers have been announced and include:

  • David Chaum, Inventor of Digital Cash
  • Dr. Patrick Byrne, Founder of and t0
  • Halsey Minor, Founder of CNET
  • Veronica McGregor, Head of Legal at
  • Matthew Roszak, Co-Founder, Bloq
  • Charlie Shrem, Bitcoin pioneer
  • Maja Vujinoc, CEO at OGroup
  • Craig Sellars, Co-Founder, Tether
  • Jason King, Co-Founder, Academy
  • Bruce Fenton, President of Atlantic Financial
  • Epperly Li, Investment Director at Bitmain
  • Marco Santori, President of
  • Andrew Filipowski, Chairman at Tally Capital
  • Sang Lee, President & CEO, Darcmatter
  • Alexa Hefti, Blockchain Tax Lead at Deloitte
  • Jeffrey Tucker, Editorial Director at American Institute for Economic Research

Keynote’s founder Moe Levin says, “This conference comes at a pivotal time as innovation forces us all to make wise investing decisions. With an influx of new opportunities, and hundreds of new ICOs, Keynote wants to give our attendees the opportunity to meet the people and product they’ll be investing in, discuss white papers, and get a better understanding of the fast-expanding blockchain ecosystem. We’re also excited for our attendees to meet and interact with our sponsors and exhibitors, who are the greatest blockchain companies active at the moment.”

Tickets are available now at For Sponsorship and Exhibiting information please email

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Digital Banking: Electronic Money and Cryptocurrencies. Regulation vs. Technologies

International conference
`Digital banking: electronic money and cryptocurrencies. Regulation vs technologies`
February 08, 2019, Hilton Tallinn Park, Tallinn, Estonia

Over the past year there have been changes in the payment business that have affected various areas, among them:

– entry into force of the second payment directive PSD2;

– continuing trend of cryptocurrency market regulation and the corresponding changes in the legislation of different countries.

Constant changes in the regulation of the payment business, the situation in the global market, emergence of new players – all this makes it necessary to constantly monitor current trends and innovations in order to actively develop the business and find new customers.

On February 8, 2019 in Tallinn, Advapay will hold its next international conference on the most acute issues in the payment sector in 2019.

At the conference you will learn:

  • forecast of future banking services, the so-called open banking
  • current innovations in the context of P2P trends and cryptocurrency
  • recent regulatory initiatives and their impact on the payments and transfer market
  • Brexit and implications for the European payment market
  • news and experience of implementing the second payment directive PSD2


  • Craig James, CEO NeoPay Ltd.
  • Mihkel Raag, Business Development Specialist at Veriff
  • Dr. Hubertus von Poser, Member of the Management Board at PPI AG
  • Dr. Marko Kairjak, LLM, Partner, Head of Banking & Finance, Head of Criminal Compliance, TGS Baltic, Estonia
  • Vladimirs Remi, Founder and CEO at SORQ LIMITED
  • Dmitrijus Apockinas, Member of the Board, Chief Compliance Officer at PayAlly
  • Lauri Kärner, Business Development Officer Cryptus OÜ

The event takes place in a new format – a narrow circle of people that allows not only to get valuable information from the primary source, but you can also get answers to your questions, communicate with all speakers in real time, exchange contacts and expand your network.

Be the first to learn the main trends in the payment business in 2019 and get to know the world’s leading experts. Sign up and get a discount on earlier booking.



Advapay OÜ is a business integrator providing turnkey payment business solutions based on European API/EMI – comprehensive solutions and consulting services. The company assists in selection of optimal infrastructure, jurisdiction, license type, business model, as well as in establishing relations with banks, external payment systems and providers of payment services, including card issuers, money transfer systems, etc. Advapay OÜ business integrator organizes its own events: international conferences, educational webinars and club seminars. Our event speakers are leading experts and professionals in the payment market from Russia and EU.

Blockchain Conference Moscow: Results of Russian Major Crypto Event

On November 20, the heart of the Russian Federation held the eighth Blockchain Conference. Its organizer is the Smile-Expo international company.

The large-scale specialized conference brought together 40 speakers from seven countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Switzerland, Germany, and China. 500 attendees came to hear their presentations and observe the products at the demo zone.

Within the conference, the experts shed light on the industry burning issues – cryptocurrency regulation, influence of digital assets on capital management, and the future of decentralized technologies. Bitcoin rate and its prospects appeared among the hottest topics for discussion at the main stage and on the sidelines of the conference.

“Bitcoin is the main marketer. If Bitcoin grows, so does the interest in it. The same situation can be observed in case Bitcoin drops,” thinks Evgeniy Romanenko, crypto economist and moderator of Blockchain Conference Moscow.

Conference: prospects of blockchain tech and crypto market

The eighth Blockchain Conference Moscow gathered Russian and crypto experts from the leading international companies: PwC Legal (Switzerland), Russian Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain (RACIB), Moscow-based GRAD Attorney Bar, Airalab, Center for Digital Transformation at Vnesheconombank, State Duma Financial Market Committee, the St. Petersburg community of blockchain developers, QIWI Blockchain Technologies, and MIOT Blockchain & Guilin Pharma.

One of the speakers was Aleksey Studnev, developer and CTO at Izetex PTE Ltd: the expert shared his opinion on the future of blockchain within the nearest decade.

“Cryptocurrency rate is information noise that has no impact on blockchain operation,” reckons Aleksey Studnev.

He also claimed that the technology would follow the steps of the Internet and would become an indispensable feature of every smartphone. As reported by the expert, this would be the main aspect to affect the volume of the crypto market that would dramatically grow popular.

DarQube Founder Rostislav Haliplii told about the functionality of modern crypto exchanges and the role of artificial intelligence in trade on the crypto market.

“The primary target of AI technologies introduction into a DarQube platform is assisting traders in building revenue-generating strategies. AI can be applied to turn a good strategy into the brilliant one,” explains the speaker.  

The conference consisted of two specialized sections – Fintech (cryptocurrencies) and Blockchain (tokenization and ICO). Among the top speakers, there were Gerbert Shopnik from Bitfury Group, Leader of PwC Legal Switzerland Guenther Dobrauz-Saldapenna, Michael Chobanian from, Vice President at RACIB Valeriy Petrov, and Prof Simon Choi from China.

Panel discussions with top speakers

The event consisted of a panel discussion titled ‘Regulation of blockchain and digital financial assets’. The most experienced Russian crypto experts and lawyers took part in it.  

Among them, there were lawyer and expert on international financial and corporate law Maxim Pervunin, Director at OECD Centre RANEPA (the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration) Antonina Levashenko, Partner at Nektorov, Saveliev & Partners (NSP) Alexander Nektorov, lawyers Alexey Sinitsyn and Maria Agranovskaya, and Advisor to the Federal Chamber of Lawyers of the Russian Federation Helen Avakyan.

“Development of documentation that meets the standards is important, it should also reflect emerging aspects and provide new terminology. Another vital step lies in its application,” thinks Maria Agranovskaya from Moscow-based GRAD Attorney Bar.

The experts discussed cryptocurrency influence on capital management and obstacles on the way of digital money development. The panel discussion was part of the Fintech section. Meanwhile, Blockchain section specialists took part in the panel discussion titled ‘Evolution of the blockchain technology – period of experiments’.  

Demo zone: Mining 2.0 and cutting-edge hardware

Attendees had an opportunity to visit a traditional demo zone to observe products and services of the event participants – Cryptoferma, FAP LLC, DiPlex, GIXCUP.IO, DarQube, Hotmine, NRGMiner, AS1C, Mining-LAB, Bitferma, Quantium, Pacific, WattsOn, and GoWeb.

Particularly, Hotmine presented its equipment for heat generation by means of mining. As reported by the company representatives, heat produced by such devices will be a basis of the future mining.

At the booth of the manufacturer of 51ASIC mining equipment, attendees had a chance to take a look at ASICs, hardware wallets, control boards, power units, main bodies, and cables.

The leader of the Russian mining market WattsOn showcased its new product – ASIC BITMAIN ANTMINER S15. The company also announced the launch of a new pool.

Attendees had a possibility to ask the demozone participants any questions concerning their products, partnership conditions, and even their forecast of a Bitcoin rate.

“Our company was working during Bitcoin’s first and second fork. We witnessed the period than Bitcoin skyrocketed from $175 to $1000, and then from $2000 to $16 000. Everybody poses us the same question – when will it shoot for the moon again? Here is my point of view: as soon as the next halving comes about, Bitcoin will dramatically rise,” commented a Hotmine representative.


Blockchain Conference Moscow was organized by Smile-Expo, an international company with a 12-year experience in this sphere, which is 250+ events, 356 000+ attendees, 500+ speakers, and 500+ top exhibitors.

Smile-Expo is an organizer of major conferences dedicated to blockchain and cryptocurrencies. The company has been holding the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference series across the globe since 2014. The events took place in 25 countries.

The sponsors of the eighth crypto event Blockchain Conference Moscow are the leading industry companies: DarQube (Silver Sponsor), TAAS Capital Fund (Investment Partner), Hotmine (Mining 2.0 Sponsor), Kaplink (Investment Partner), MMGP.RU (General Media Partner), WattsOn (Exclusive Sponsor), and CryptumTV (General Media Partner).

For more information about the event and news in the cryptocurrency universe, visit the official website of Blockchain Conference Moscow.

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Blockchain Life 2018: 5000 Guests, 80 Speakers, 10 Winners

The Blockchain Life 2018 forum ended in St. Petersburg, Russia.

For two days (November 7 – 8), over 5,000 delegates at the Expoforum discussed the future of blockchain,  cryptocurrencies and technologies, shared methods and experience in building successful projects, trading and mining. The forum also identified the winners of the Blockchain Life Awards 2018!

The main goal of the event was to unite the global crypto-community, to teach the audience to invest wisely in the blockchain industry and to help those who want to create their own project in this area. No doubts that the goal has been achieved – interesting speakers, excellent networking, a large-scale exhibition and a cool atmosphere made it work just right.

The forum was attended by leading Asian foundations, crypto traders, founders of ICO projects, businessmen, blockchain developers and miners, representatives from the Okex, Huobi and Kraken exchanges, as well as, creators and top managers of key cryptocurrencies.

Roger Ver from and were among the speakers. His speech took place via  Skype. Roger spoke about how cryptocurrency will change the world. We agree with him that cryptocurrencies are the future and today they are changing the world economy. Among the speakers was Martin Kuvandzhiev from Bitcoin Gold, Vyacheslav Bredikhin from Bitmain, Vit Jedlichka from Liberland and other international speakers of the industry.  In total more than 70 speeches and presentations in two halls over two days.

The session devoted to ICO projects deserves special attention: the experts noted that the ICO market is now “in a deplorable state” and start-ups are to blame for this. Most of the projects are terrible, and the blockchain technology is used in them not in a proper way. “You shouldn’t think how to screw a token into a stubbing stall and raise money on it – you need to do something really worthwhile,” said Sergey Chmel, senior partner of MATRIX CIB, in his speech. He also noted that the ICO will not die – instead, they “will regroup and will move on, taking something from the venture capital industry.”

The exhibition was attended by projects from various fields: stock exchanges, exchangers, manufacturers of mining equipment, ICO and blockchain projects. The project LH Crypto, in February of this year, completed a token sale with a result of $ 11,000,000, presented  their main product – crypto-broker LH-Crypto.Their guests were entertained by the heroes of Crypto Clowns show.

On the second day of the forum, the winners of the Blockchain Life Awards 2018 were awarded. The Best Cryptocurrency Media nomination was taken by Forklog (by the way, Anatoly Kaplan,The founder of Forklog also gave a speech on the topic “Blockchain industry: from sandbox to global economy”). The award in the nomination “Best centralized cryptocurrency exchange” received two projects – EXMO and KuCoi. Cointraffic became the best advertising network for promoting crypto projects. The nomination “The Best Russian Blockchain Project” also turned out to be two winners: XDNA and  Goldjob. CRYPTO-A became the best agency for promoting ICO. The winners in the Best ICO Advisor nominations were also determined as well – Nikolay Shkilev and The Best ICO Legal Adviser – Dmitry Machikhin.

”We did not expect to receive an award. Although, we told all our clients that we were participating in the prize competition and asked them to vote for us. So out victor for us is a honest confirmation that our clients are satisfied by our work! “– noted CEO of Crypto-A, Alena Narinyani.

Not without incidents – during the online voting, a cyber attack happened on the nomination “The most promising ICO”. As a result, the organizers had to cancel the nomination in order to maintain objectivity.

We took part in the nomination “The Most Promising ICO” and were very upset when our nomination was canceled. Nevertheless, the InnovaMinex project has become one of the most promising projects according to Blockchain Life 2018 and we want to thank everyone who supported us, ”said Ekaterina Bublik, Marketing Adviser of Innovaminex.

The two days large-scale forum ended an after party at the restaurant “Tsin”, with Dmitry Grachev, the famous comedian and the resident of the Comedy Club.

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BlockShow Returns to Celebrate Blockchain in Asia with Asia Blockchain Week in November 2018

BlockShow Returns to Celebrate Blockchain in Asia

BlockShow Asia 2018 will return to Singapore in November 2018 to the Asia Blockchain Week bringing with it another chance to network, showcase and share the best that Blockchain world has to offer.

Asia is the world’s growth factory. Two of the fastest growing economies in the world at the moment China and India are in Asia. It has been nearly 50 years since the Bangkok declaration that created ASEAN, which has emerged as one of the fastest growing economic blocs is projected to enjoy a GDP growth rate of 3-8% over the next 5 years. It is in this economic centre of the world, in it’s very heart that BlockShow Asia 2018 will be taking place as a part of the Asia Blockchain Week between November 27 – December 1 at the Marina Bays Sands Hotel.

Maturity has set in the blockchain scene

In the previous 2 years, Blockchain has grown to become a nearly trillion dollar market, however valuations have fallen sharply and the market has bled nearly US$ 200 bln. The fall in the cryptocurrency markets has meant that hot money has been expunged out of the system and only serious players are left. The maturity of the market also means that institutional investors, governments, corporates and technology companies have also gained the understanding that cryptocurrencies and the blockchain are here to stay and are not just a passing fad. Even the World Bank is getting on the Blockchain bandwagon and has hired an Australian Bank to create, allocate, transfer and manage bonds on the Blockchain. World Bank’s Treasurer Arunma Oteh told India’s Mint newspaper, “Since our first bond transaction in 1947, innovation and investor satisfaction have been important hallmarks of our success with leveraging capital markets for development.Today, we believe that emerging technologies, equally offer transformative, yet prudent possibilities for us to continue to innovate, respond to investor needs and strengthen markets.”

At the right place at the right time

We are bringing BlockShow Asia 2018 to the financial hub of Asia at this crucial time for Blockchain industry to facilitate networking, marketing, investing, technology sharing and friendly interactions. While last year BlockShow Asia got the ball rolling and attracted over 1500 attendees and 66 sponsors as well as 67 international speakers of high calibre such as Patrick Dai from Qtum, Brock Pierce from EOS, David Orban, Simon Dixon from Bnktothefuture, Mike Kayamori from Quione, Zoe Adamovicz from Neufund, Alexander Ivanov from Waves. This year all efforts are on to outdo that memorable event by bringing together 4000 Blockchain related attendees to reinforce our bonds and build trust among the community. The event last year also hosted a startup competition whose winners Bancor and Electrify Asia managed to raise more than US$ 200 mln combined. We believe that our efforts since 2016 in Asia and elsewhere are now bearing fruits as the technology is taken more seriously by both governmental and corporate sectors than ever before.

This year the event will span five days and is an opportunity to take a step towards Blockchain maturity. Expected at the event are entrepreneurs with real track records, investors, talents, traders, developers and startups. Asia Blockchain Week is an experience comprised of 2 big conferences that enrich your network with relevant investors, partners and customers,  Workshops that seek to answer questions of importance, A Hackathon to scout for talents, A start up competition to locate interesting new projects plus every day parties to relax and network.  On the final 5th day of the event enjoy an “Open Doors” day that feature all blockhain hubs, accelerators and companies in Singapore.

Let’s take a step forward for Blockchain maturity

Blockchain as a technology can no longer be ignored and there is hardly anyone whose life won’t be touched on this planet by its unlimited potential. BlockShow Asia 2018 at the Asia Blockchain Week is your chance to contribute to the maturity of Blockchain in its critical evolutionary phase. Blockchain is getting mature and you can witness it for yourself.  Whether you want to become a sponsor or to buy a ticket, now is the time to participate in BlockShow Asia 2018 and rub shoulders with the best, at the best Blockchain industry conference in the world.

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Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Will Take Place in Malta: Hurry Up to Purchase the Tickets

On October 23, Malta will welcome Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Malta – large crypto event about DLT and digital coins.

Smile-Expo, the organizer of the event, offers a 280 EUR discount for event’s tickets.

Price for 1 ticket on 15 – 22 October: 119 EUR.
Price for 1 ticket on 23 October: 399 EUR.

The event will be opened with the speech by Stephen McCarthy, CEO of Malta Digital Innovation Authority (MDIA), – the main country’s DLT regulator.
The conference will gather 35 leading experts in crypto sphere and companies offering new blockchain-based solutions.

The unique focus of the conference will be innovative applications of DLT and unique use cases from top crypto companies: from real estate and healthcare to logistics and AI.
The program will include 5 panel discussions on tokenization, blockchain hacking, ICO regulations & legal challenges and DLT & IoT.

The other part of the conference is the demozone where crypto organizations will acquaint visitors with their latest ideas and new developments.
In the framework of the event, there will be time for networking with experts and investors to find new business partners and get new contacts for cooperation.

The event will be coordinated by the international company Smile-Expo, which has already brought Blockchain & Bitcoin Conferences to 25 countries.

Information and tickets with discount – on the official website of the conference.

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Investment in Blockchain Security Will Grow. The Results of HackIT 4.0 in Kiev

Global losses from hacker attacks in 2018 amounted to $1.8 billion, which exceeds the amount of losses for the period from 2011 to 2017. A sizeable share of victims are investors and users in the field of cryptocurrency and Blockchain technology, the commercial value of which will increase to almost $180 billion by 2025. Such results and forecasts were shared by experts of the cybersecurity forum HackIT 4.0, which was held in Kiev, Ukraine, from October 8 to 11.

The fourth, annual event turned out to be multi-format: in addition to the two-day conference (Attack Day and Defense Day), the guests witnessed a bag bounty marathon, a series of roundtables, and also spent one day traveling to the Chornobyl zone in order to see consequences of a man-made disaster.

In addition to experts from the United States, Britain and France – such as Bitcoin Core developer Peter Todd, ex-leader of the Twitter security team Moxie Marlinspike, head of the Trend Micro Zero Day Initiative Brian Gorenc – the forum was attended by the Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan and representatives of the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine.

Decentralized technologies, cryptocurrencies and ICOs have become the main focus of attention this year. According to forecasts of the forum participant, American businessman Julian Zegelman, the commercial value of the Blockchain technology will reach $176 billion by 2025, and will exceed $3 trillion by 2030.

At the same time, the Blockchain and cryptocurrency fields continue to lose billions of dollars, the founder of several businesses in China, Remington Ong says. In the first six months of 2018 alone, the total losses of the industry (including the ICO sector, from which a total of $27 billion has been earned since 2016) amounted to $1.8 billion. According to the expert, this is one billion more than it was “given away” to hackers in the period from 2011 to 2017.

The three main objects of hacker attacks are crypto exchanges, wallets and ICOs (through phishing attacks), the businessman explained. Moreover, among the most common tools used by attackers are:

  • social engineering (phonejacking, phishing),
  • malware/client access (keyloggers, private key backups),
  • wallet (fake wallets, supply chain attacks),
  • man-in-the-middle (DNS attacks, fake websites),
  • centralised exchanges (hot wallets, inadequate processes, lack of encryption),
  • ICO (scam ICOs, faulty smart contracts),
  • Blockchain (encryption algorithm, DOS).

In addition, humanity will soon face new challenges, namely viruses in a decentralized environment, according to Renaud Lifchitz, a French IT security expert.

“In the near future we will see the use of decentralized technologies for harming,” he said.

Financial consultant, author of several works on economics, Blockchain technology researcher Dinis Guarda also pointed out one of the newest problems – the risks associated with digitization of human DNA.

“We live at times when, for the first time, researchers from various universities around the world are digitising human and animal DNA. In order to make it work for the common good, key players such as technologists, governments and regulatory boards, will need to create an infrastructure of solid systems of peer-to-peer networks, underlying operations based in strong governance and ethics. Otherwise we might fall into a science fiction dystopian scenario, which is difficult to predict, as it is the result of a series of black swan innuendo waves, triggering the potential next tsunami,” Dinis Guarda stated.

The general conclusion of experts is: investment in Blockchain cybersecurity will grow, including investment from governments.

“We have to create a vaccine against hacker intervention and manipulation to make the world free,” said Cadic Olivier, entrepreneur, head of the subcommittee on cybersecurity of the Senate Defense Committee of the People’s Republic of France.

According to the Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine, Dmitry Zolotukhin, one of the most important tasks today is to eliminate the human factor and increase the digital literacy of people working in the government.

In a world where the fourth industrial revolution is taking place, digital infrastructure is actively developing. However, it is becoming increasingly vulnerable, so now the number one issue in the world is government intervention in online media and IT solutions of private companies, the Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan said.

“I am grateful to the organizers of the event. I believe that through cooperation we will be able to create new products that will successfully protect both governments and private business,” the minister added.

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