April 28, 2019 – St. Julian’s, Malta
Malta AI & Blockchain Summit – May 22-25, Hilton, St. Julian’s, Malta
The second edition of the Malta AI & Blockchain Summit (AIBC) is getting wrapped up for a stellar show one month from now, on May 22-25. It is expected to bring a whopping 5,000 delegates, 700 investors, 300 exhibitors and 100 startups, convening for a grand show at the Hilton in St Julian’s, Malta.
Leading up to the show, the AIBC has also organized a roadshow of exclusive C-level dinners under the iconic heading Knights of Blockchain. The Knights of Blockchain dinners are lavish invite-only events with no expense spared in the company of 200 C-level executives from the industry. From Manila in March to Tel Aviv on April 2 and Stockholm on April 10, the AIBC has also expanded with new offices in Manila and Dubai.
“We are moving beyond the hype by discussing not only blockchain but also AI, quantum tech, big data, and IoT this year. Wining and dining in the company of fellow industry executives goes a long way. I strongly believe that business is not made between companies. It is made between people. With the Malta AI & Blockchain Summit at the Hilton in less than a month from now, we have gathered an impressive crowd of AI and blockchain industry leaders for momentous connections to take form,” says Eman Pulis, founder of the Malta AI & Blockchain Summit.
The speaker line-up is comprised of industry titans such as Tim Draper, Roger Ver, and Brock Pierce, along with Ben Parr, co-founder of Octane AI and world-famous author of Captivology; Patrick Chang, director at Samsung NEXT; Tone Vays, renowned Bitcoin/blockchain researcher with more than 80,000 YouTube subscribers; Sunil Chhaya, vice president of NextWorld Capital; Vivek Ramaswami, vice president at Redpoint Ventures; Alex Fayette, principal at ACME Capital; Ted Lin, chief growth officer at Binance; H.E. Khurram Shroff, chairman at IBC Group; Rachel Wolfson at Forbes; Alexandra Mikityuk, co-founder & head of blockchain technology at The Blockchain Group; Alexander Borodich, founder of Universa; Eric Van Der Kleij, CEO at Centre for Digital Revolution, and many more.
Blockchain and AI luminaries alike have a wide selection of cherries to pick from in the comprehensive agenda prepared by the AIBC, comprised of six conferences and a myriad of specialized workshops.
- Conference Topics
- AI & Blockchain Regulation
- AI Startup Pitch Battle
- World Changing Applications of AI & BC
- AI, IOT & Big Data
- ICO/STO Pitch Battle
There will also be a conference dedicated to blockchain investments and digital money.
To support startups within AI, blockchain, quantum tech, big data and IoT, the AIBC has invited no fewer than 100 startups to claim a booth at the expo free of charge, giving them access to 700 attending investors.
The spring edition of the summit includes a lavish VIP dinner, networking drinks in the midst of the warm Mediterranean spring, a Startup Pitch and STO Battle, 12 workshops and 6 conferences, and is rounded off with a lavish Proof-of-Steak pool party on May 25th. Although the main conferences are taking place on May 23-24, delegates are advised to block their calendars for the 22nd-25th due to all the extra events that the AIBC is hosting.
The organizers have announced that ticket prices for the upcoming show are set to increase to the last minute-price level on April 30th. The Malta AI & Blockchain Summit is a landmark event that nobody in the field can afford to miss.
The Malta AI & Blockchain Summit
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