The Blockchain In the Digital Economy (BIDE) Conference by London Blockchain Labs is bringing together talent and professionals to foster blockchain adoption at Imperial College London on 23rd March 2019.
BIDE is the EU’s largest universities-led blockchain conference, with the mission of fostering blockchain adoption. It is a non-profit event that will provide you with real value-add – just check what BIDE offers you below.
Visit londonblockchainlabs.com/bide2019 for all the latest details!
BIDE 2019 offers you:
Speakers & Panels
14+ World-leading industry experts share the latest insights into scaling up cross-sectoral blockchain adoption
Speed Date Interviews
1 hour of speed-date style interviewing between professionals and students (by application only)
4+ Hours of colour-coded smart networking
Hands-on group workshop on running successful blockchain projects, led by Hyperledger and its affiliates
Decision-Maker Round Tables
3 Exclusive themed discussions for key players from academia, industry and regulatory bodies. 7-12 thought leaders making important decisions on how to drive the industry forward (by application only)
09.00-09.30: Networking Breakfast
09.30-10.30: Introduction & Keynote Speaker
10.30-11.10: Speaker 1
11.30-12.30: Regulation Panel
12.30-13.30: Networking Lunch
13.30-14.10: Speaker 2
14.10-14.50: Speaker 3
15.20-16.20: Finance Panel
16.50- 17.30: Speaker 4
17.30-18.10: Speaker 5
18.10-19.00: Networking Reception
For more info on what is included with each BIDE ticket: Visit londonblockchainlabs.com/bide2019
About the organisers: LBL is the EU’s largest blockchain university community, based at London Business School, UCL, LSE and Imperial College. We have been working as a non-profit in the blockchain space since 2016, providing free education to thousands of enthusiasts, and working with businesses and institutions on R&D and education projects. Our mission is to increase blockchain adoption to ensure a healthy and productive intergration in our society and economy, and we believe that the main roadblock is a lack of education both on the business and on the end-user side.