Crypto Festival 2019 to be hosted by Africa’s leading Bitcoin Events

Crypto Fest

Bitcoin Events will be hosting the first of its kind event, Crypto Festival, in Cape Town next month.

Crypto Fest

The event is set to take place on 7 September 2019 at Shimmy Beach Club, V&A Waterfront and will see a host of cryptocurrency blockchain, and digital technology specialists take the stage. It promises to provide insight into what makes cryptocurrency an exciting asset and concept and why this is pertinent to the developing market in South Africa.

According to social media giant Hootsuite, South Africa is the country most interested in investing in cryptocurrency, with 10.7% of South African internet users owning cryptocurrency. This points to the relevance of blockchain in the country and demonstrates how important it is becoming to take note of the industry.

The festival will be discussing the benefits and possibilities of the innovative technology through a panel of international and local experts involved in the industry. The one-day event will take an exciting, engaging model, moving away from the exhibition conference, in order to offer new perspectives through debate and discussion.

Crypto Fest will also offer attendees the opportunity to network with industry and thought leaders who are looking to innovate in sectors from finance and funding to technology and investment.

The programme, filled with thought-provoking topics with a platform of intuitive speakers, will conclude with an afterparty in one of the world’s most beautiful locations.

Get your tickets here.

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