Over the next few months, more than 5,000 delegates, hundreds of investors, more than 100 speakers and 300 sponsors and exhibitors will converge on the Island of Malta for the best networking and conference opportunities.
“With our team of consultants, we decided to participate in all three key events, to consolidate in this way our network of contacts in the sector and offer our clients the best possible professional support” declares Sergio Passariello, CEO of Euromed, owner of the Malta Business brand based in Italy and Malta.
The first conference, DELTA Summit – explains Passariello – will be held from the October 3rd to 5th in St Julians (Malta), and will be the official Maltese platform to promote Blockchain technology and related business opportunities. In particular, thanks to the interventions of over 75 entrepreneurs in the sector, we will discuss about the global spread of crypto currencies, as well as the commitment of the Maltese government in terms of regulation to encourage the development of DTL technology.
Instead, the Malta Blockchain Summit will take place on October 31st, November 1st and 2nd in St. Julians – specifies Passariello – . It will see in the first day presenting the Hackathon competition, with over 200 Blockchain fans who will compete for a prize of 50,000 € in crypto currencies and the Malta Blockchain Awards, in addition to a charity dinner during which the awards will be held.
In the following days – continues Passariello – there will be four Discussion Panel related to the sectors: Current Regulations, Marketing & Investments, Technological Development and use of Tokens and Crypts.
The Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat and the Hon. Silvio Schembri Parliamentary Secretary of Financial Services (Malta) – specifies Passariello – will attend both events. Their presence testifies to the real interest and involvement of the Maltese state in the Blockchain sector.
Finally, the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Malta will be held on 23 October. This event has been organized in 23 countries and the focus is on the theme of crypto currencies, with particular reference to Token services and legislation for Blockchain systems.
We have been following the sector in Malta for several years – continues Passariello – and finally we can say that the Maltese government has drawn up a concrete and precise road map, which will guarantee companies and professionals in the sector the security of being able to operate in an authoritative and secure legal context.
Together with AssoMalta (Italian-Maltese Trade Association), MACTT (Malta’s Mediterranean Academy of Culture, Tourism and Trade), Formed (an Italian private training institution specializing in cyber security courses) and Maltese professionals in the sector – concludes Passariello – we have laid the foundations for the establishment of the new Italian-Malta Blockchain Association. It is a way to stimulate and improve the technological relations between the two countries, also in consideration of Italy’s accession to the European project on the Blockchain.