Facebook’s Libra Coin one of the most debated topics in Hamburg
Hamburg, 16 July 2019 – BLOCKCHANCE 2019, the international blockchain conference at the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, relies on high-tech start-ups for future-oriented blockchain and crypto currency solutions: With a prize money of €50,000, the Indian entrepreneur and international investor Dr. Evan Luthra and the globally active Startup Studio Inkubator are inviting to one of the first Blockchain Startup Awards in Hamburg.
BlockRock Ventures, the first accelerator for blockchain and crypto currency topics in Hamburg, will also be presented at the Blockchain conference. The official launch will be announced at a press conference with Senator Westhagemann. With the Blockchain Kindergarten of the Hanseatic Blockchain Institute, the conference invites beginners to get interested in their own involvement in the growing Blockchain and Cryto community within the topics of “Blockchain Kindergarten” and “Building a physically Blockchain” programmes.
The BLOCKCHANCE Conference 2019 will present further highlights and international partners for up to 750 conference participants from technology and science, business and finance, politics and society with a focus on blockchain start-ups. With Dr. Evan Luthra, BLOCKCHANCE welcomes one of the world’s leading investors in blockchain and crypto currency start-ups.
With the presentation of the Facebook white paper, the “Libra Coin” has become one of the new hot topics of the BLOCKCHANCE conference. Talks and panels will discuss the economic, financial and social effects of the global and private crypto currency. These include the possibility for Facebook and a total of 28 partners to issue their own e-money with the stable coin, to pay via messengers such as WhatsApp and to invest, trade and lend money in projects. Associated challenges for our civil society will be discussed.
Leading representatives from business and science in Hamburg see the special potential for blockchain technology in business and administration.