Inside Bitcoins Seoul Partners with Coin News Asia, Announces Startup Competition Judges
Inside Bitcoins Seoul, December 9-11, is next in the Inside Bitcoins series, the largest Bitcoin event worldwide. Complete with a Fintech and Blockchain agenda, the Seoul event will host enlightening tutorials, fascinating conference sessions presented by leaders in the industry, and exhibit hall access.
Coin News Asia has partnered with Inside Bitcoins to promote more cryptocurrency adoption in the region. And as a treat,
Coin News Asia readers can save an additional 10% OFF registration with code ‘COINNEWS.’ Register today here!
Inside Bitcoins is a three-day event where attendees will hear top thought leaders discuss the promise of decentralized technology, FinTech innovation, distributed ledgers, and the future of Bitcoin in Asia. Session topics will include an introduction to Blockchain-based technologies, creating the next killer app, emerging payment platforms, P2P lending, digital banking, smart contracts, multi-signature wallets, investing in Bitcoin 2.0 and Blockchain startups, regulatory compliance, crowdfunding, Bitcoin exchanges, and what is in store for us in the crypto ecosystem.
One of the most exciting aspects of the show is sure to be the Startup Competition, taking place on December 10. Startups representing different aspects of the cybercurrency field will have five minutes each to pitch their ideas to a panel of experts in an effort to win KRW 2 million to be paid in BTC.
Judges for the Startup Competition include:
- Simon Dixon, CEO and Co-Founder, BnkToTheFuture
- Andrew “Flip” Filipowski, Chicago Technology Icon and Visionary
- Hans Lombardo, Co-Founder, AllCoinsNews
- Roger Ver, Bitcoin Evangelist/Angel Investor and Founding Member/Board Advisor, Bitcoin Foundation
There is no denying that the FinTech industry is a booming one. From mobile money startups to the soaring FinTech industry, Inside Bitcoins Seoul provides the best inside scoop on alternative finance and the next wave of Blockchain connected economies.