Tokenovate at the London Blockchain Conference

May 25, 2023

We are very excited to participate at the London Blockchain Conference, the annual global flagship event of the BSV Blockchain community on May 31 – June 2. Held at the QEII Conference Centre in the centre of London, just a stone’s throw from Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament, thousands of professionals will hear a number of high profile and prominent speakers share their thoughts and expertise on the conference key theme of “Bringing Government and Enterprise onto the Blockchain“.

We are also very pleased that on day one (at 3.55pm) our CEO, Richard Baker, is hosting a panel where our partner GMEX Group and its CEO Hirander Misra, along with Scott O’Malia, CEO of ISDA, will be speaking about – among other things – Bitcoin-based smart legal contracts built for financial derivative trading.

In addition, on day three (at 11.40am) of the conference Richard will also be hosting a panel with Greg Ward of SmartLedger, discussing BSV and sustainability: a new benchmark methodology and index for efficient energy consumption tracking.

And of course, Tokenovate will also be exhibiting. Please feel free to stop by our stand on the second floor to learn more about our plans and products. We will all be there!

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