From March the 1st-3rd 2019, the third annual CoinAgenda Caribbean crypto conference will take place in the Intercontinental hotel in San Juan in Puerto Rico.
CoinAgenda is the leading global conference series, which links blockchain and cryptocurrency investors with startups, since 2014. The event offers three days of conference content (keynotes, panel discussion etc.), thought leaderships and first-class networking events.
An overview of the speakers:
Andrew „Flip“Filipowski, Fluree
Bo Collins, Renovatio PR
Brad Mills, Centah
Craig Sellars, Tether
David Drake, LDJ Capital
Harry Dent, Dent Research
Philipp Pieper, Swarm Fund
James Greaves, Glyph
If you want to speak, sponsor or promote your startup to the investors, send an email to [email protected].
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