Mallorca Blockchain Days brings the bitcoin and blockchain community in Palma de Mallorca together.

Mallorca Blockchain Days, a conference for cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies, is pleased to announce its upcoming conference happening on Friday, March 22 to Sunday, March 24, 2019.

December 30, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Mallorca Blockchain Days, a conference for cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies, is pleased to announce its upcoming conference happening on Friday, March 22 to Sunday, March 24, 2019. Organized by Mallorca Blockchain, it will be held in Palma de Mallorca (Spain), in the legendary Pueblo Español. Pueblo Español is known for its real open-air museum of magnificent Spanish architecture.

The ground-breaking blockchain conference is set on March 23, 2019, in Mallorca, and the event itself will last for a day. However, there will be a day before and after intended for networking and having fun along with Bitcoin experts, as well as blockchain developers and ventures investors.

“We bring those at the forefront of blockchain technologies together,” commented a spokesperson from Mallorca Blockchain Days. “Our guiding philosophy statement is 'Nothing is true, everything is permitted', something which allows us to push the limits to what speakers we present and the lack of fear we have in delivering truly cutting-edge ideas.”

A plethora of Bitcoin investors and blockchain specialists will present their speeches at the conference. Some of the names include Joshua Scigala (CEO of Vaultoro), Aaron Koenig (Bitfilm), Tone Vays (Trader), Travis Skweres (CEO of Cryptonaut), Gerald Hoerhan (Investmentpunk), Chris Luecke (Cryptonaut), Vit Jedlicka (Liberland) and more.

Tickets are now available at the official website of Mallorca Blockchain Days https://mallorcablockchaindays.com/tickets.html and are available in three different packages. The Conference Pass is available for €280, while the Pro Package costs €350, and the VIP package for €630. The organizers of the event promise to make a memorable event in Palma de Mallorca.

About Mallorca Blockchain Days:
Mallorca Blockchain Days is a conference for blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies, which aims to bring those at the forefront of blockchain technologies altogether.

For more information about the Mallorca Blockchain Days conference, email MBD at contact@mallorcablockchaindays.com or visit their website at https://mallorcablockchaindays.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Luecke
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Organization: Mallorca Blockchain SL
Website: https://mallorcablockchaindays.com

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