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April 7, 2017 — Keynote today announced the Annual Blockchain Gala Dinner to take place May 10, 2017 in Brussels, Belgium. The Gala will bring together industry leaders and nonprofits with key members of European Parliament for conversations surrounding identity, citizenship, society, trust, trade finance, energy management, fintech and more.
The Gala will feature a gourmet dinner, networking opportunities, and keynote speeches. Speakers will include Eva Kaili (Chair, STOA), Brock Pierce (Managing Partner, Blockchain Capital), Matthew Roszak (Co-Founder, Bloq), Diego Gutierrez (CEO, Rootstock), Jason King (Founder, Unsung), Mattieu Riou (CTO, Blockcypher) and more. Panel topics will explore financial services and the new generation of blockchain-based services.
“Keynote meticulously scouts out the best of the best, choosing fantastic speakers to explore the strategies, technologies, and innovations they’ve developed and mastered,” said Moe Levin, Chief Executive Officer at Keynote. “We’re excited to bring this unique gala event to the European Parliament to discuss how blockchain can truly make an impact on the future.”
There will be a conference held the following day, on May 11, with speakers like Andrus Ansip, (Vice President, European Commission), Jakob von Wiezsacker (Member of Parliament), John Whelan (Director of Innovation, Banco Santander), Cecile Wendling (Head of R&D, AXA), and many more.
Though the majority of guests will be former speakers and sponsors, a limited number of seats will be reserved for the community to purchase. For more information, please visit: http://future.keynote.ae/agenda/. Media interested in attending may contact email@example.com to coordinate.
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