NOV 03, 2020
Top-of-the-line speakers for Futurist Conference November 11-12 2020
Speakers in the virtual futurist conference will include such renowned figures in the blockchain space as Roger Ver and Charlie Shrem as well as CoinDesk Chairman Michael Casey and Untraceable CEO Tracy Leparulo.
Toronto, Canada, October 22, 2020 – The third annual Futurist Conference, hosted by Untraceable on November 11-12, 2020, announces a world-class speaker line-up that includes the Founder of Bitcoin.com Roger Ver and renowned Bitcoin pioneer Charlie Shrem. CoinDesk Chairman Michael Casey, Untraceable CEO Tracy Leparulo, GAME Credits CEO Jason Cassidy, VirgoCX CEO Adam Cai, BlockFi CEO Zac Prince, Compound CEO Robert Leshner, Flexa CEO Tyler Spalding, Bitvo CEO Pamela Draper, DMM Foundation Founder Greg Keough, and TRISA Director, Industry Engagement Dina Mainville will also be speaking.
This year's virtual conference aims to bring thousands of people from around the globe together virtually to discuss the most profound ideas and innovations in blockchain and other emerging technologies that will disrupt existing systems to create a new future.
Gamified elements, complete with opportunities to win cryptocurrencies and other prizes, will engage all attendees in the lead-up to the event as well as throughout the event itself. All registrants will be eligible to win prizes based on raffle draws. Additionally, registrants can collect passcodes by listening to sessions, checking out virtual sponsor booths, and finding passcodes through a scavenger hunt across the internet. As a top event sponsor, GAME Credits will be hosting an event in Decentraland along with Digibile, GDA Capital and DCL Core at the Crypto Valley Convention Centre in the metaverse.
"I couldn't be more excited to see this year's Futurist speakers live-stream from every continent," said Tracy Leparulo, Founder and CEO of Untraceable, the organization behind Futurist 2020. "This year it will be more important than ever to bring leaders together to discuss our future. As we face a global health crisis and world-wide recession due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it is vital to the spirit of innovation that we continue to share ideas and connect with one another. This will be a virtual event unlike any other with high-engagement and gamification."
Attendees will gain the chance to network with leaders in blockchain and other emerging technologies with opportunities to book one-on-one meetings, ask questions to speakers, and network. Sessions will run from throughout the day each day, so attendees can watch from anywhere regardless of time zone.
The 2018 and 2019 events had over 50 companies make major announcements, launch products, and showcase their technology for the first time. Registration is now open for the 2020 event.
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About Futurist Conference
Untraceable’s third annual Futurist Conference this November 11-12, 2020 is the largest blockchain and emerging technologies event in Canada. It brings together thousands of people from around the globe to discuss blockchain and the emerging industries that are going to disrupt our future. This year the conference will be held from the comfort of your home. We will be bringing you an immersive experience to gamify the virtual event leading up to and including the conference days. Listen and interact with the world's leading experts that are changing the technology landscape.
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