PayPal, Mars and 250 Speakers to Share Knowledge at Blockchain Expo North America

Hundreds of Blockchain specialists will travel to Santa Clara, California on October 5-6, 2022 to share their insights on the latest developments within the blockchain ecosystem. This year’s edition will feature high-profile speakers representing some of the biggest brands in the industry, including Pfizer, Oracle, PayPal, Johnson and Johnson and many more.

The event is the perfect opportunity to network with industry leaders, learn more about the latest developments, and join thought-provoking discussions on blockchain. Visitors will benefit from two days of interactive panel discussions and inspiring presentations by leading industry experts.

The Blockchain Expo is part of six co-located events, all taking place at the same time. This includes IoT Tech Expo, AI and Big Data, blockchain, cyber security and cloud congress, Digital Transformation Week and Edge Computing Expo.

This year’s edition brings some of the biggest blockchain specialists. During the event, attendees will have the opportunity to hear talks from the following people:

Chris Johnson — Director, Head of Global Data Governance at Walmart

Flora Nanda – blockchain technology leader at Pfizer

Anita Rao, director of PayPal

Mark Christianson, Senior Digital Experience Delivery Leader at Mars

Medha Parlikar, Technical Director and Co-Founder of CasperLabs

Not to mention representatives from Oracle, Wells Fargo, Johnson and Johnson, LinkedIn and many more.

Lia Richards, Head of Conference at Blockchain Expo, said: “It’s great to be back in North America with such an exciting lineup. We expect 5,000 attendees, with more than 250 speakers spread across six co-located events – for everyone involved in digital technologies, this exhibition is a must-see.”

Show floor tickets are available free of charge, while day passes to the conference tracks start at $399. However, TechEx offers free two-day passes for industry leaders and top executives. The number of courtesy passes is limited and can be requested.

Registration for free passes to the exhibition is open.

Reference: cointelegraph.com

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