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1st Blockchain Expo Tokyo

The 1st Blockchain Expo Tokyo[Autumn] is a three-day event that is going to take place from 28th October to 30 October 2020. It is taking place at Makuhari Messe, Japan. The expo will be part of the series of expos that are going to take place around the same time. 

The event will take proper measures to ensure that all the participants are safe from Covid-19.

Also, the event is going to be one of the largest exhibitors when it comes to blockchain technologies' second half-year specialization.

More About 1st Blockchain Expo Tokyo

The show is a newly launched show that has the potential to grab attention from other industries including energy, manufacturing, logistics, finance, and so on. Blockchain is game-changing and has impacted other industries in one or the other way. The expo enables anyone to meet exciting new people and also learn about the technologies and their role in the Japanese market.

The event is organized by Reed Exhibition Japan Ltd. Also, the show will run in concurrent with the 1st Quantum Computing Expo Tokyo. Apart from that, the supporter for the expo include Blockchain Collaborative Consortium and Japan Blockchain Association

Tickets

The tickets for the exhibition are free if you register it from their site. However, If you enter the exhibition without the ticket, then you need to pay JPY 5000/person. Also, people under 18 are not allowed as the exhibition is mainly aimed at the trade.

Topics

The topics that will be covered in the exhibition include the following.

  • Blockchain technologies
  • Token economy
  • System development
  • Technical Support/Consulting
  • System Development

Apart from that the Application/Service will consist of:

  • Risk management
  • Supply Chain
  • Digital Content Management Protection
  • Settlement/Transfer System

These topics are covered deeply in the conference and you will able to get complete insight on the topics.

The venue for the exhibition will be Tokyo Big Sight, Japan.