Winnipeg Crypto Conference to Educate Businesses and Individuals on the Future of Money

The inaugural Winnipeg Crypto Conference will highlight numerous opportunities that blockchain and cryptocurrency innovations bring to the table Winnipeg Crypto Conference 2019 has a lineup of over 20 national and international speakers who will share their expertise and predictions for the future of cryptocurrencies Early bird tickets are still available for those who would like to ensure their attendance in October 2019

The 2019 Winnipeg Cryptocurrency, Blockchain and Alternative Money Conference will give both businesses and individuals insight into the future of money and the benefits of using cryptocurrency. Scheduled to take place October 11-13, 2019, the conference will focus on relevant topics such as the history of money, adoption of blockchain/fintech technologies and other alternative mediums of exchange. The event’s organizers want to help attendees understand blockchain/fintech technologies, while also learning how to navigate this ever-changing landscape and take advantage of it.

The conference will take place at Victoria Inn and Convention Centre, one of the most iconic Winnipeg accommodation spots. The hotel is located next to James A. Richardson International Airport to…

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