Lviv Will Discuss Blockchain Technologies on D-Tech Space Conference


Published on 05 Feb. 2018
D tech space

D-Tech Space is a two-day international conference for entrepreneurs with the most disruptive ideas, tech visionaries, investors, futurists, growth-hackers, geeks and tech influencers who design the future today, it will take place on March 17, 2018.

We aim to mobilize a community of people that build companies, launch projects and make their most radical ideas happen using cutting-edge technologies:

• Blockchain

• VR/AR

• 3D printing

• AI

• IoT

• Drones

• Robotics

• Biohacking

12 speakers from all over the world will share their thoughts, experience and expertise in exponential technologies, innovative entrepreneurship and disruptive business models that are already shaking up the market. We will also bring up such global topics as startup cities, startup societies and industries of the future.

Apart from this, the organizers are preparing Startup Expo, Virtual Reality Lounge, Biohacker’s Lab, Futuristic Afterparty with two electronic music bands, VIP CryptoDinner and a whole lot more! The conference will be hosted in FESTrepublic.

You can find more information about the event at http://d-tech.space/ . Registration is available here.

To support CryptoCommunity, D-Tech Space accepts money of the future and even more: everyone who pays for the ticket in BTC, BTC or ETH gets a 15% discount.


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