The Crypto Investor Show is back for the second time, following on from the success of its inaugural conference in London earlier this year.
Taking place in Manchester over the 9th and 10th November, the conference will be held at the Manchester Central Convention Complex. It will also be taking place in London again, but this time on the 1st and 2nd March, 2019. It will be held at the QEII Centre in the heart of Westminster.
During the first conference in March, over 4,000 attendees showed up, with a total of 60 exhibitors. These upcoming shows are set to be bigger than before. Claiming to be the U.K.’s biggest crypto and blockchain event for investors, the Crypto Investor Show is aiming to bring together the best investment opportunities with investors from around the world. Over the two day event in Manchester, the first day will be focused on institutional investors, with the second devoted to individuals.
Across three stages, talks, seminars, and initial coin offering (ICO) pitches will take place.
According to its website, the Crypto Investor Show is hoping to:
“…deliver well rounded, innovative and exciting events that reflect the buzz of the industry, whilst giving investors the chance to fully understand the key elements driving blockchain technology forward, how and why the industry has got to where it is now, and what could be in store for 2018 and beyond.”
Whether attendees are crypto experts or first-time investors, the show intends to provide a platform that enables all to gain insight into different investment opportunities, while also discovering how to mine, buy, and trade cryptocurrency.
Previous speakers include the likes of Galia Benartzi, co-founder of the Bancor Protocol, Gavin Brown, a senior lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University and co-founder and director of Blockchain Capital Limited, Salena Worrall, co-founder of Zonafide, a mobile dApp using blockchain to ensure people’s activities are secure, Tejinder Basi, director of strategy and corporate development at the Blockchain Intelligence Group (BIG), and Maria Tanjala, co-founder of Big Couch, a fintech startup, energising the entertainment industry with a new financial model.