2018
Crypto Valley Conference
on Blockchain Technology

When 20-22 June 2018 Where Zug, Switzerland Endorsed by IEEE Switzerland

2018
Crypto Valley Conference
on Blockchain Technology

When 20-22 June 2018
Where Zug, Switzerland
Endorsed by IEEE Switzerland

Research, Development and Innovation First!


The Crypto Valley Conference brings together the world’s leading researchers, developers and innovators from academia, start-ups and established companies to share and discuss state-of-the-art developments and advances in the blockchain technology ecosystem.

The event is endorsed by IEEE Switzerland, the leading body for the certification of research excellence and is the first of its kind.

What does the conference offer?

  • Gathering of leading researchers, developers, innovators, CEO's and CTO's from top universities, as well as highly innovative start-ups and companies
  • Presentations on the state-of-the-art in blockchain technology
  • Real-life application examples from blockchain adopters
  • Insight into newest advances, which will be used in the coming years
  • Blockchain Competition with live pitches from a selected group of international innovative startups and a prize money of USD 30k
  • Panel discussions and keynote presentations on the state and future of Blockchain Technology, the business models and regulation challenge
  • Coverage of a wide range of Blockchain related topics ranging from IoT, eIdentity, smart contract security to scalability and micropayment channels
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The first blockchain conference driving
progress through academic excellence

Innovation Value-Chain


The aim of this conference is to cover the entire innovation value-chain ranging from basic research at Universities and Colleges, research and development in startups and established companies, up to working demonstrators and use cases.

In addition to the technical aspects of Blockchain Technology, legal regulations and policies as well as financial and economical implications will be discussed.

Invited speakers originate from:

  • Academia
  • Government
  • Startups
  • Corporate
  • Investors
Step 1

Basic Research

Cryptography, Probability Theory, etc.

Step 2

Research and Development

Satoshi Nakamoto Whitepaper

Step 3

Demonstration

First Bitcoin Transaction (PoC)

Step 4

Deployment

2 Pizza bought for 10‘000 BTC