Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionise and transform existing business processes and is capable of making the world more transparent, connected, efficient and democratic.
The African continent has massive challenges with transactions and doing business. These can be improved using blockchain technology to provide simpler, more efficient and cost effective ways of working, reducing fraud, increasing security and transparency, and removing human error and inefficiencies.
The Blockchain Africa Conference 2019 is Africa’s leading blockchain conference and will focus on moving Africa forward and enabling the continent to adopt blockchain technology to improve lives and transform industries. In supporting this initiative, CliffCentral.com is proud to be a Premier Media Partner for the Conference.
The event will explore a range of topics which include embracing blockchain technology, its benefits and opportunities, insight into current blockchain use cases, the regulatory environment and concerns around performance, adoption, scalability and blockchain infrastructure.
In its fifth edition, the conference will have speakers and delegates from over 35 countries, attracting investors, startups, enthusiasts, developers, corporates, policy makers, venture funds and regulators. The conference brings together top thought-leaders and pioneers in the industry, and creates an ecosystem for all to learn, network, and collaborate with each other.
Find out more information on the Conference by visiting www.blockchainafrica.co or using #BAC19.
Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology have the potential to revolutionise and transform existing business processes and is capable of making the world more transparent, connected, efficient and democratic. One of the people who truly understand this like we do is Sonya Kuhnel, co-founder of Bitcoin Events, which was born to educate and inform people about the opportunities offered by digital currencies. Bitcoin Events is the team around the 5th Blockchain Africa annual conference, which CliffCentral.com is the official premier media partner for. Gareth spoke to Sonya to find out more about Africa’s leading blockchain conference, and what she and her team have planned for #BAC19.
After spending ten years in finance and being interested in tech, it became obvious to Marcus Swanepoel that he would start something with Bitcoin. Fast forward to today, and Marcus is leading the future of money at Luno – learning many lessons along the way. The CEO and co-founder of the leading global cryptocurrency company shares some of these lessons with Gareth, ahead of the 5th Blockchain Africa annual conference taking place in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
Have a look at what you can expect at the 2019 Blockchain Africa Conference held in Johannesburg at the Wanderers Club 28 February – 1 March 2019, and in Cape Town at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on 6 March 2019.