Following last year’s success, the eagerly anticipated event will take place from the 23 rd -24 th May 2019 at the island’s prestigious five-star Hilton Malta. This overlooks St Julian’s stunning Portomaso waterfront harbour.
Uniting Industry Thought Leaders
Bringing together start-ups, investors, delegates, exhibitors and though-leading experts within the blockchain and AI sector, the conference is designed to unite like-minded people. It will also spark riveting discussions about the world-changing potential of such advanced technologies which are currently making waves across the globe and infiltrating numerous industries.
An Impressive Speaker Line-Up
Conferences give people the opportunity to learn. And the Malta AI & Blockchain Summit is no different welcoming a host of exciting speakers. The line-up includes.
- Hon. Joseph Muscat – Prime Minister of Malta
- Hon. Silvio Schembri – Parliamentary Secretary, Financial Services
- Tim Draper – Founder of Draper Associates/DFJ/Draper University
- Roger Ver – Angel Investor
See the full list of speakers here.
Speaking about Contentworks’ involvement with the Malta event, Director of Business Niki Nikolaou said: “As an agency dedicated to providing tailored content for companies within the fintech and finance space, it’s really important for us to be on the ball regarding trending topics and technological advancements. Blockchain and AI initiatives really excite us and therefore we’re thrilled to be partnering with such as inspirational and thought-provoking event for a second year running.”
Contentworks offers a multi-prong approach to content marketing with content including articles, blogs, website updates, e-books, pitch-decks, whitepapers, video scripts and more. The team also provides ongoing content media support for companies looking to develop their presence online.
The Blockchain Island
During last year’s summit, Malta approved three blockchain-related bills including:
- The Innovative Technology Arrangements and Services Bill
- The Virtual Financial Assets Bill
- The Malta Digital Innovation Authority Bill
The country rapidly became known as the Blockchain Island due to its trend-setting approach. This year, Malta will go a step further by introducing a fourth bill that will give a D.A.O its own legal personality. A task force is also working around the clock to come up with incentives that will support businesses in AI. In other words, Malta has positively accepted advancing technologies and has taken steps to put processes in place that command and govern the industry.
For more information watch The Future is Now – Malta Blockchain Summit (EP 06) Building a New World. Got your tickets for the event? It’s coming up fast so visit https://maltablockchainsummit.com/ to reserve your spot.