CFP closed at  October 01, 2017 23:00 UTC

Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Con 2018 will be the first, full-coverage, international conference in Texas devoted to the blockchain technology. The host city will be Dallas, and it will take place from February 23 - 24, 2018. It will be an opportunity for all involved in the arena, whether they are building Dapps and crypto-assets on blockchains, implementing DAOs, mining and trading cryptocurrencies, developing blockchain-based tokens and protocols, operating in the ICO spectrum, or involved on the regulatory side of things to come together to explore and exchange ideas around a technology that’s set to completely reshape how we interact and conduct business in the near future.

So in whatever capacity you’re interfacing with the blockchain technology, consider this Call For Papers (CFP) your invitation to participate.

And if you are a developer, hackathons are planned for Day 1 where you can participate in teams or code solo to build a decentralized application on your favorite blockchain protocol. There will also be a formal training class conducted by one of our developer training partners.

It’s going to be a fun-and-learn event, so get ready! Let us know you have something to contribute by responding to this CFP.

The conference venue will be announced shortly. To be notified when it’s announced, follow us on Twitter.

CFP Description

Thank you for wanting to participate as a speaker at the Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Con 2018, which will take place in Dallas, Texas, from February 23 - 24, 2018. To make it easier for us to evaluate your submission, please take note of the following:

  • If your project has anything to do with the blockchain technology, whether it’s about DApps, DAOs, decentralized object storage, fintech, identity systems, supply chain solutions, smart contracts, IoT, ICOs, cryptocurrencies and tokens, etc, we’re all ears. Just make it engaging.

  • Your talk should not be an outright sales pitch for your company or its products. If you have something to promote, hardware or software, there will be plenty of time for that in the exhibit hall.

  • What type of people are we expecting in the audience? All types - from those only interested in mining for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, those writing the codes that make the whole thing work, to those on the regulatory side of the business.

  • Your proposed presentation should be no longer than 25 minutes.

  • If you plan on conducting a workshop or sponsor a hackathon, that should be longer than 60 minutes.

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