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John McAfee, MGT Capital Investments Executive Chairman, has been invited to keynote the Blockchain: Money conference in London on November 6-7, 2016.
The two-day event will focus on emerging fintech markets, cryptocurrency initiatives, blockchain industry growth, and real-world use cases.
Blockchain: Money is the first event of its kind in London, aimed at bringing people from diverse industries together to unlock the vast potential of the blockchain. Held in central London, this is also one of the few events that can leverage the massive network of Bitcoin.com and is the longest running conference in the space. The event has looked to maximum value for an audience that is looking for solutions by selectively choosing its speakers, partners and invited attendees.
MGT Capital Investments, Inc. (NYSE MKT: MGT) is in the process of acquiring a diverse portfolio of cyber security technologies. With cyber security industry pioneer, John McAfee, at its helm, MGT Capital is positioned to address various cyber threats through advanced protection technologies for mobile and personal tech devices, as well as corporate networks. MGT intends to change its corporate name to “John McAfee Global Technologies, Inc.”
The City of London has continued to progress as a fintech hotspot in the world with many startups and investors who reside in the region. Blockchain: Money will feature many industry executives, developers, and investors within the fintech landscape. Senior officials from top European exchanges and securities institutions will attend alongside innovators and thought leaders revolutionising venture capital.
“The Blockchain will be central to nearly every aspect of cybersecurity, from wire transfers, to send and receive authentication, to secure voting systems. It will become the cornerstone of virtually all digital transactions,” said Mr McAfee.
Participants interested in attending can purchase tickets to Blockchain: Money here.