Silicon Valley Start-ups Join the Line-up for Blockchain Expo North America

November 3rd, 2017 at 12:46 pm UTC · 2 min read

Blockchain Expo is making its North American debut later this month, following fantastic events in London and Berlin. The expo will feature two days of keynotes, panels and case studies with industry leaders, at Santa Clara Convention Center on November 29-30, 2017. As part of the event, some of Silicon Valley’s most promising start-ups will be demonstrating their products and services in a series of ICO pitches.

Amongst those speaking is Karma – a cross-border peer-to-peer lending platform, working to eliminate inefficiencies in the P2P lending industry. Karma will be taking to the stage in the ICOs, Tokens and Cryptofinance conference track on November 29, to introduce their service to delegates ahead of their closed ICO sale later this month.

Also featured in the ICOs, Tokens and Cryptofinance track is the likes of ID3, Blockchain News, W3 Coin, and Fintech World. Here topics such as the future of cryptofinance, regulation, and creating an attractive ICO, will be explored. Pocketinns Umbrella Project, an online hospitality marketplace, will be participating in the free ICOs & Blockchain Technologies conference track. The service is designed to enhance ease of transacting with property hosts, while maximising trust and security through a decentralized network. Pocketinns will be issuing their PINNS tokens in a token auction in January 2018.

Karma and Pocketinns will be joining other Silicon Valley start-ups, including STK Token and World Wi-Fi. Blockchain Expo will also be hosting the likes of Miko Matsumura, Cofounder at Evercoin; Jason Kelley, General Manager of Blockchain Services at IBM; Shyam Desai, Vice president at Citi; and Laura Fontana, Leader of Distributed Ledger Technology at Wells

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Mark Boyle

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Disclaimer: Blockchain Expo is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest