Advancements in technology are lowering operational costs by providing innovative solutions to businesses. Governments and private businesses are looking for ways to harness these technologies and transform their economy. The Africa Blockchain Conference is one of such opportunities.
The Africa Blockchain Conference is an avenue for techpreneurs and enthusiasts to address the opportunities and threats posed by the latest technologies. The first edition, held in May 2018, was the largest blockchain conference in Africa. The Blockchain Association of Uganda, CryptoSavannah, Ministry of ICT and National Guidance will host the second edition of the Africa Blockchain Conference in Kampala.
This morning, we are officially announcing the 2nd edition of the Africa Blockchain Conference, in partnership with @blockchainug , in collaboration with @MoICT_Ug .
The 2nd annual #AfricaBlockchainUG19 will take place on 3rd & 4th July 2019 @kampalaserena. #Africa4IR pic.twitter.com/zGTM1AVVdO
— CryptoSavannah (@CryptoSavannah) May 14, 2019
What to Expect
The conference is a platform for local and international stakeholders to share knowledge and experience with emerging technology across different sectors. The theme of this year is “Africa 4.0: Preparing Africa for the Fourth Industrial Revolution”. The event will hold on the 3rd and 4th of July 2019 at the Serena Conference Center, Kampala. It will include an exhibition tagged ‘Tech Expo’; to showcase leading technology innovations in Africa.
We are thrilled to have great partners for the Africa Blockchain Conference 2019 and to add value to their businesses. You can be one of them. Contact us here – https://t.co/INDlPEzitW and let's talk! #AfricaBlockchainUG19 #Africa4IR with @CryptoSavannah pic.twitter.com/xLSC0eE8xi
— Blockchain Association Of Uganda (@blockchainug) May 13, 2019
There will be keynote speeches and panel sessions on Artificial Intelligence, nanotechnology, Blockchain, drones, robotics and Big Data, with a focus on the 4th Industrial Revolution. A total of 3000 participants, investors, and policy leaders from different sectors are expected to attend. Interested in attending, click here to register.
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