The Latest of BCII’s Global Conference Series Was Held in Tokyo October 14-16
SANTA MONICA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 29, 2018 / Blockchain Industries, Inc. (the "Company" or "BCII" (OTCPK: BCII) today announces highlights from its extremely successful "Blockchain Unbound" conference held in Tokyo, Japan from October 14th-16th. Over 200 thought leaders, investors and entrepreneurs in the cryptocurrency, blockchain, and Security Token Offering (STO) verticals gathered to discuss the latest developments in the field and strategize for the future.
"I'm very proud of the entire Blockchain Industries’ team for organizing such a successful conference in Asia," stated Patrick Moynihan, Chairman and CEO of Blockchain Industries. "The caliber of entrepreneurs and investors we are able to attract to our conferences says a great deal about where Blockchain Industries is headed and the powerful role we can play in shaping the future of blockchain technologies."
Blockchain Unbound Tokyo featured more than 60 speakers and 200+ attendees. Mrs. Satsuki Katayama, Japan's Minister of Revitalization, Regulatory Reform, and Gender Equality, delivered the opening keynote address. To view the full lineup, visit www.blockchainunbound.com.
Blockchain Industries is beginning preparations for its next event to be held in Los Angeles, CA. To receive notifications about this and other upcoming events, please subscribe to our mailing list at blockchainunbound.com.
About Blockchain Industries, Inc.
Blockchain Industries, Inc. is publicly traded merchant bank focused on the international blockchain and cryptocurrency sectors. The company is comprised of a Blockchain Technology Advisory, an Investment Management arm, and a Global Conference Series (Blockchain Unbound) connecting entrepreneurs and investors.
For more information on Blockchain Industries, visit http://www.blockchainind.com.
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