Paranoid Internet to Organize Germany’s Largest Crypto Conference, C3

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With the intention of bringing together leading crypto experts, investors, blockchain start-ups, lawyers, developers and everyone who is interested in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, Paranoid Internet GmbH has announced that it be organizing the C3 Crypto Conference, the biggest crypto conference in Germany. Paranoid Internet – a multicultural consulting agency that has developed highly-successful companies in the UK, the USA, Germany and South America – is now organizing C3 in Berlin, hoping to reveal to the world innovative solutions and new technologies in the blockchain & crypto industry.

Meet The International Crypto Community In The Heart of Europe

“Berlin is inviting the world,” said Dennis Weidner, Head of Operations at C3 Crypto Conference GmbH.

This exhibition is open to all blockchain enthusiasts. When asked if beginners to the world of blockchain and cryptocurrencies are encouraged to join this conference, ­Weidner gave an affirmative nod. “Everyone will enjoy it, from small-time traders to big investors and CEO”, he said. With the inclusion of ‘Getting Started’ sessions, attendees will be given tips on how to navigate the crypto world with ease. In the 2-day session, C3 attendees will learn the basics such as ICOs, exchanges, Smart Contracts, etc.

For the more advanced blockchain aficionado, there will also be live trading sessions and speeches by some of the most prominent figures in the crypto world. C3’s impressive list of speakers includes Dennis Weidner, CEO of Paranoid Internet himself, Artiona Bogo, blockchain developer at SAP, Nikita Fuchs, a full-stack Ethereum App developer and Miko Matsumura, founder of Evercoin. The exhibition is also full of marketers from agencies all around Europe, and will definitely be a great networking opportunity for those seeking to land a job in the bustling crypto industry.

The C3 Crypto Conference will be held on the 5th and 6th of April at the STATION Berlin Convention Centre. According to Weidner, the event is intentionally held on a Thursday and a Friday so that attendees could stay until the weekend and enjoy an amazing time at the capital.

Tickets are currently on sale on C3’s website, with various types of tickets designated to suit the needs of different attendees.  Early-bird tickets for the conference start from €229 for the “Startup” level all the way up to €1295 for the “Investor” level. If you only wish to visit the exhibition, it will cost you €29 for a one-day pass and €49 to attend both days.

For more information, visit the official C3 website here.