The Malta AI & Blockchain Summit held its first event in 2018. The conference brought together over 8,500 attendees. VIP guests that graced the event included Scott Stornetta, John McAfee, Cameron, and Tyler Winklevoss among other experts. However, this year’s event, titled ‘Malta AI & Blockchain Summit Spring Edition,’ will start on May 22 and end on May 25. The AIBC summit team, the event’s organizers, unveiled that this year’s conference will be held at the Hilton Malta in St. Julian’s, Malta.
Malta – A Blockchain Island
Malta has been making big decisions. Over time, these have turned it into a blockchain island. Notably, the country passed three blockchain and crypto-based laws during the Malta AI & Blockchain summit in November 2018. This event covers blockchain and AI exhibitions, networking, and deep learning.
This year, Malta stated that it would enforce the first blockchain bill of its kind in the world. According to a report by the Malta Blockchain Summit, the fourth bill would give a D.A.O its legal character.
Additionally, Malta revealed that it has a task force that is working tirelessly to provide a set of enticements to support businesses using Artificial Intelligence.
Malta AI & Blockchain Summit Spring Edition – What to Expect
Certainly, this year’s conference will be bigger than the last one. It will have approximately 10,000 people, 400 exhibitors, and 1,000 investors.
The number of firms that will attend this event will increase. This is due to the favorable ecosystem in the country. Reportedly, the Maltese government is creating a way forward for AI.
The speakers, who are experts from both sectors, will provide high-quality content. There will also be talks and real-life use-cases demos of the blockchain and AI tech.
The summit will have lots of networking opportunities. Attendees and exhibitors will have many chances to interact with the industry experts and investors.
Deals Exceeding 100 Million Euros
The AIBC summit team said that it expects the attendees to make deals worth more than €100 million. This is the amount of money that the 2018 event generated.
Some of the most noteworthy speakers include:
- Joseph Muscat, Malta’s prime minister
- David Orban, a seed stage startup and investor
- Ben Goertzel, the CEO of SingularityNET
- Steve Tendon, the director of ChainStrategies
- Bruce Jeong, Korea’s representative for IDACB
- Max Ganado, a senior partner at Ganado Advocate
- Tim Draper from Draper Associates
- Silvio Schembri, a Maltese parliamentary secretary
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