The Next Web hosting crypto event Hard Fork Decentralized in London this year

11 Sep, 2018
by Richard Allen
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The Next Web hosting crypto event Hard Fork Decentralized in London this year

Earlier this year, The Next Web launched Hard Fork, a blockchain and crypto platform in conjunction with eToro. Now, as the platform has grown, the team at Hard Fork have announced Hard Fork Decentralized – an event being held in London from 12 – 14 December.

“Hard Fork Decentralized works with the blockchain and cryptocurrency community to take over London, transforming the city into an interactive hub to explore our decentralized future.”

There will be numerous events taking place hosted by leaders in blockchain, crypto and finance companies. There will also be opportunities to meet with the heads of some crypto firms and debate the future of the industry.

When Patrick de Laive, The Next Web co-founder discussed the idea behind Hard Fork Decentralized with Yonni Assia, eToro CEO, Assia said “We all want the market to grow and for the pie to get bigger for everyone, and the best way to increase adoption is by educating the market and by creating and supporting more real use cases.”

So far ten events have been confirmed with more in the works.

In addition to the Decentralized events, The Exchange will also feature. Essentially, The Exchange is an exclusive space where decision makers can meet and build relationships, conduct private meetings, join roundtable discussions, and interact with leadership teams from various crypto and blockchain companies.

If you’re keen to get involved, there are opportunities to host a Decentralized event. If you download the Hard Fork Decentralized info deck, the team will schedule a meeting. Otherwise, ticket registration will be opening near the end of the month. Check out the official site for more info.

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