Grammy-winning artist Akon and AKOIN co-founders Lynn Liss and Jon Karas will be presenting the Social Impact Award
Malta AIBC Summit has announced the finalists for the Malta AIBC Awards taking place on November 7, 2019 at the InterContinental Hotel, St. Julian’s Malta.
On the first day of the summit, the AIBC Awards ceremony will honor the best of the best in the worlds of AI, blockchain, tokenization, robotics, IoT, and more. The awards evening includes a gala charity dinner at the InterContinental ballroom. This fundraiser is organized by SiGMA Group and all proceeds will go towards The SiGMA Foundation.
Thousands of nominations were received for consideration and 30 experts from the blockchain, AI and deep tech space have chosen three finalists in each category. The winners of each award will be decided by a panel of seven judges of influence within the industry.
Finally, it has now been confirmed that Grammy-winning artist Akon will also be judging the Social Impact Award along with AKOIN co-founders Lynn Liss and Jon Karas.
- The Things Network
- Give Foundation
Asset Tokenization of the Year 2019 (sponsored by AeroBand)
- Domineum BlockChain Solution
- Simply VC
For further information, please contact: sofya@maltablockchainsummit.
Malta AI & Blockchain Summit is a bi-annual expo covering topics relating to the global sectors for blockchain, AI, big data, IoT, and quantum technologies. The event includes conferences hosted by globally renowned speakers, workshops for industry learning and discussion, an exhibit space accommodating more than 400 brands and much more.
The first Malta Blockchain Summit took place in November 2018 at the InterContinental Hotel in St. Julian’s, Malta, attracting 8,500 attendees from over 80 countries worldwide, with 300 sponsors and exhibitors, 200 speakers, and the No. 1 AI VIP Sophia, the world’s first robot citizen.
With strong support from the Maltese government, the event has quickly established itself as one of the world’s leading destinations for the growing sectors of AI, blockchain and DLT, IoT, and other vertical industries.
At the 2018 event the Maltese government introduced three new bills to support the growth of the sector and to promote Malta as the “Blockchain Island”.