Blockchain conference - friends and family discount

October 11, 2018
October 12, 2018
ASB Waterfront Theatre

Trust. The biggest issue for Enterprise andGovernment.


NZ’s  Blockchain Conference starts in 10 days  

If you’re considering attending Blockworks, New Zealand’s Premier  Blockchain event next Friday, now’s the time to secure your tickets. 


You can use and share this discount  code to give $100 off your conference tickets. Use the Discount Code BlockworksFriends  at the checkout.


Trust is a massive issue facing Governments and businesses across all  industries. Blockchain is the technology Business and Technology leaders are  looking at to solve this problem.


We’ve curated an amazing line up of International Experts, Local  Industry Leaders and Trailblazers to showcase how Blockchain is transforming  Business, Government and Society. Including case stories and panel  discussions on Supply Chain to Finance, Smart Cities, Digital Identity and  Data Ownership.


Check  out the Conference Speaker Line-Up

The Blockworks programme starts this weekend with a sold-out Hackfest  event, followed by five 90 minute workshops on Thursday 11th, concluding with  the full day conference on Friday the 12th.


Check  out the Workshops Programme

Business and Technology Leaders from all sectors should be attending  or inviting colleagues to attend to learn about this evolving general  technology. The Blockchain industry in New Zealand is growing fast, our  largest enterprises are investing in Blockchain technology development and  yet we’re still lagging behind Australia and the rest of the world. This is  our time to catch up, and make NZ a hotbed for Blockchain development and  application. 


Tickets to Blockworks workshops are just $85pp each or $295pp for the whole day. Tickets to the Blockworks conference are $495pp, or less if you use the discount code above.

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