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      Blockchain Economy Summit Istanbul comes back again - Stocks Telegraph

      By Ammar Mukhtar

      Published on

      May 23, 2022

      5:29 PM UTC

      Blockchain Economy Summit Istanbul comes back again - Stocks Telegraph

      Following 2 years of the Covid-19 pandemic, Blockchain Economy Summit is again back in Istanbul on July 27-28, 2022 every one of Istanbul’s most unmistakable and prestigious settings: Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel. The culmination’s 2-nd Turkey release was the last major blockchain meeting held in Turkey before the pandemic, and presently Summit’s 4-the version will be the first to assemble the crypto local area on the scaffold among Europe and Asia after the pandemic.

      The Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit divulged its most memorable speaker line-up with top industry specialists, popular stars, and compelling names.

      Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit is a blockchain and crypto gathering with drawing-in exercises and speaker meetings intended to spread information on cryptographic forms of money. The fate of money: Bitcoin, Web 3, NFTs, Metaverse, De-Fi, mining, the guideline of digital currencies, bringing in cash through financial planning and exchanging of digital forms of money, the execution of blockchain innovation in organizations and government, and significantly more are to be talked about on the Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit Stage.

      Board conversations, feature meetings, fireside visit meetings, industry-centered presentations, NFT Art Gallery, and Grand Istanbul Crypto Bazaar will likewise permit members to comprehend the offers of the tasks and brands, contact applicable administrations and acknowledge potential business associations and organizations.

      KuCoin, Deepcoin,, Woo network, and MoonGaming are only a portion of the organizations that are recorded among the patrons of the biggest blockchain gathering to be held in the country with around 14 million crypto proprietors.

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