DALLAS, TX – As “smart money” investors are coming to realize, the blockchain revolution is starting to become much bigger than just blockchain tech. This is because blockchain tech is set to converge with quantum computing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and other emerging tech fields. This is a long-term trend that is driving what economics now refer to as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.”
What Does it Mean?
Richard Jacobs, organizer of the Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain Super Conference (which was held in Dallas back in February – not to be confused with new Blockchain and Future Tech Expo) explains:
“A few weeks ago, I was talking with an institutional investor, who I cannot name. His firm has several large positions in blockchain-based technologies. I was blown away – because these guys are lightyears ahead of the typical crypto enthusiast, in terms of how much they understand about how the lines between blockchain tech, quantum computing, and cybersecurity are rapidly blurring.”
“Because of the kind of money that’s involved, these guys wouldn’t be caught dead investing in something they don’t understand. And they’re seeing that the blockchain space is going to change rapidly over the next few years – thanks to the threats and opportunities from other technologies.”
More than a dozen similar conversations inspired Mr. Jacobs to organize the Blockchain and Future Tech Expo – which will be held at the Dallas Convention Center in September this year.
This time around, as well as bringing together some of the most respected developers, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and industry insiders in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space, this three-day event will also feature keynotes from several “smart money” investors and other movers and shakers from the fields of quantum computing, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, cybersecurity, 3D printing, and other emerging technologies that are set to radically disrupt the global economy. They will show attendees how they are preparing for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Tickets to the Blockchain and Future Tech Expo are now on sale.
The regular ticket price is $897 – however, attendees who reserve their spot before Sunday, March 18th will benefit from a “Hyper Early Bird” price of $597 and get complimentary CD/DVD recordings of the Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain Super Conference that was held in February.
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About the Blockchain and FutureTech Expo:
The “blockchain revolution” is no longer just about blockchain anymore. In 2018-19 and beyond, blockchain tech is converging with quantum computing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and other emerging technologies – and driving what economists call the “Fourth Industrial Revolution.”
The Blockchain and Future Tech Expo is the only conference that gives attendees the full picture on how “smart money” is betting on the fourth industrial revolution. That’s because it is bringing together more than 100 of the most respected developers, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and “smart money” investors from all the most important emerging technology fields – not just blockchain tech.
This three-day conference will be held at the Dallas Convention Center, close to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, in September. We are expecting more than 5,000 attendees, 100 headline speakers, and 150 exhibitors – with talks from founders, developers, and early-stage investors in blockchain, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, cybersecurity, and other emerging technologies that are set to disrupt almost every sector of the global economy.
The deadline for “Hyper Early Bird” tickets ends on Sunday, March 18, 2018.
More information is available at: https://www.bftexpo.com/register/
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