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Mark your calendars for the next grand international blockchain conference - ChainPoint

Thu, 10/11/2018 - 20:37
Mark your calendars for the next grand international blockchain conference - ChainPoint
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YEREVAN, ARMENIA:The next remarkable blockchain conference - ChainPoint, will take place on November 14-15 in Yerevan, Armenia, the innovation powerhouse of the region.

The goal of ChainPoint is to showcase business opportunities of the regional tech ecosystem by bringing together global blockchain professionals and creating a platform for for productive dialogue and sharing the best practices. 
The conference is organized by Nooor - Armenian Blockchain Association. 
More than 30 speakers and 350 participants from over 10 industries, including the financial, technology, media, telecommunications, manufacturing, energy, agriculture, etc., will attend the conference to provide first-hand expertise, large scale networking and strategic partnerships. 
Prominent  crypto-thinkers,  leading  trendsetters,  and  game-changing  industry  experts  will  leave no  stone  unturned, sharing industry best practices during a two-day program.

Program topics will include:

  • Blockchain development prospects in Armenia
  • Regulatory frameworks
  • Blockchain and fintech trends
  • Tokenization
  • Intellectual property rights and blockchain
  • Art and blockchain

ChainPoint is a great hub of opportunities: for investors to discover new promising startups, for mining companies to connect with energy sector representatives, and for entrepreneurs to find potential markets.
Renown experts will share the newest regulatory approaches to blockchain, ICO companies will access fundraising opportunities etc.

Registration is now open at

The Organizer: Nooor - Armenian Blockchain Association is a non-profit organization,  which unites and supports blockchain enthusiasts, experts, developers, businesses, and startups from various spheres; helping them integrate  into  the  international  blockchain  community.  Strategically  focusing on  4  areas  (community/network building, education, policy making, entrepreneurial support), Nooor cooperates with state bodies, trade organisations,  businesses,  and  individuals  from  various industrial  sectors  to  develop  revolutionary  solutions  through blockchain technologies.

A unique cultural program will spice up the unforgettable experience at ChainPoint, catching the mysticism and presenting the heritage of the country. With sightseeing tours set to take place around the 2800 year old city of Yerevan, combined with the hospitality of the Armenian people and their cuisine, the participants will have yet another chance of networking in a non-formal and cheerful environment.
The venue of the conference is a very special one - the museum-institute of Komitas. An erudite performer, composer, teacher and lecturer: Komitas, being the first ethnologist of spiritual and national Armenian music, has always been distinguished by his originality - some excerpts from his work seem to come from the pen of a modernist or avant-garde.
Nowadays, revolutionary approaches in art often cannot go without the use of newest technologies.

The country: For centuries, Armenia has been at the crossroads of cultural trends, intellectual thought, groundbreaking research, and incredible inventions. In sync with the innovative developments of the world, Armenia sets  a  new  wave  of  technological  growth,  putting  special  emphasis  on  the emerging  technologies,  such  as blockchain. In this cross point of antiquity and innovation, ChainPoint will raise this wave to its peak uniting international and local blockchain communities and combining the world-class expertise, potentials and ideas for 
synergetic growth.

Nooor - Armenian Blockchain Association

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