Upcoming Lisk Events: Covering Asia and Europe
In March Lisk representatives will attend 3 community events and 2 institutional conferences, making it as the most active month for public relations since November 2018 (8 events).
The first event where Max Kordek, Co-founder and CEO at Lisk, is featured as keynote speaker is TOKEN2049, one of the largest digital asset event in Asia. Max was a speaker also in the 2018 edition, sharing the stage with CEO and co-founders of Civic, Gnosis, Wanchain, Kyber Network, NEO and many other high level profiles.
The conference will be held in Hong Kong on March 13th and 14th; it will explore in-depth the growing crypto ecosystem.
Exploiting the presence of Max in that region, on March 15th delegate 9up.io organises a Lisk seminar at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) to talk about Lisk development tools and the sidechain technology, allowing the CEO at Lisk to present the latest updates, as well as answer questions about the project during the fireside chat with CoinNewsHK.
The seminar will be held from 6:30pm to 9pm, book here your free ticket: Decentralized Application in One Ecosystem: A Perspective of Sidechain
On March 20th from 7pm to 9pm Lisk Ambassadors Benjamin and Jordan Favre will host a Lisk community meetup in Brest, France. The agenda will include an introduction to blockchain technology, an overview of the Lisk ecosystem and conclude with a technical discussion.
Lisk Center Utrecht organizes its monthly meetup on March 21st. This recurrent event is organized every 3rd Thursday of the month. The meetup is designed for everyone in the blockchain scene, featuring introductions to the technology and discussions about the latest information.
Meetup page: https://www.meetup.com/LiskCenterUtrecht/
The last event of the month is hosted in the Lisk headquarter: the Lisk Blockchain Week Breakfast, organized during the Berlin Blockchain Week on March 29th. Attendees will have the chance to see on stage Rachel Black, Tech Evangelist, that will talk about Lisk Development Tools, while Jan Hackfeld, Cryptographer, will illustrate the latest developments about Lisk Improvement Proposals – Delegated Proof of Stake.
Places are limited so RSVP as soon as possible: get tickets
If you want to have a more visual approach related to Lisk events, have a look at the Events Map, developed by delegate TonyT908.