One of the world’s biggest blockchain, crypto and mining events

On April 20 to 21, the eighth international forum on blockchain, cryptocurrencies and mining – Blockchain Life 2022 – will take place in Moscow.

The forum will bring together more than 5,000 participants and 100 booths.

Among the forum’s guests are both industry professionals and those just starting their journey: traders, miners, entrepreneurs from crypto and classic businesses, investors, blockchain developers, government representatives and many others.

Participating in the forum provides attendees with cutting-edge knowledge and the opportunity to network among the global crypto community’s leaders.

The most relevant industry topics will be discussed at the forum, including how to make money on cryptocurrencies in 2023, the development of DeFi, cryptocurrency regulation in Russia, the features of effective mining, the prospects of NFTs, the implementation of blockchain in business and government, and much more.

The forum’s key speakers include:

  • Sergey Khitrov – founder of Listing.Help and the Blockchain Life forum
  • Vladislav Martynov – entrepreneur, head of Ethereum’s competence center
  • Gleb Kostarev – Binance Russia and CIS manager
  • Anatoly Kaplan – founder of Forklog
  • Ivan Chebeskov – Financial Policy Department director of the Russian Federation’s Ministry of Finance

The forum’s full list of speakers is available on the website.

The forum will traditionally include the international Blockchain Life Awards and the StartUp Pitch competition for promising startups.

For the eighth time, the organizer of the forum is Listing.Help, the world’s largest exchange listing agency.

Tickets are available on the official website.

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