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European Blockchain Convention to host RACE, a startup Pitch competition for Blockchain & DLT Applications

Providing an opportunity to connect with Europe’s Blockchain industry, European Blockchain Convention Copenhagen is all set to build the foundation of blockchain and the digital economy on 22 – 23 June 2020. The two-day event has been known as the leading blockchain conference for businesses across Europe.

The event invites more than 350+ tech leaders, regulators, investors, corporations, developers and entrepreneurs to connect and discuss the latest developments in the Blockchain industry.

Being the leading blockchain industry event, this convention starves to provide world-class content in collaboration with the brightest minds in the blockchain space. The event will also facilitate a one-of-a-kind networking environment providing exclusive opportunities to attendees and sponsors across the European region. The networking platform can host all participants to form business relationships and seek potential partners for their future ventures.

The event agenda focuses on the real-life applications of blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) in industries such as energy, finance, supply chain, government, insurance, healthcare, retail, and mobility. Wherein, the event will witness 350+ Attendees, 40+ Speakers hosting 10-panel agenda consisting of more than 4 hours of networking sessions.

The last day of the conventions will host RACE by EBC, a one-day event wherein few hand-picked most promising Blockchain startups from Nordic Countries and the European region will be presenting their projects. These startups will showcase their potential product-lines to leading investors, corporates, mentors, media and talent coming from the blockchain industry.

This, RACE by EBC event will look for startups who are working to solve real-world issues using the benefits of DLT by addressing market and investment requirements. Startup working towards this cause can apply to pitch your startup in front of hundreds of people.

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