The blockchain-adoption supporting project DigitalBits was propelled to the blockchain limelight as a title sponsor for the recent Blockchain Futurist Conference held in Toronto.
The Blockchain Futurist Conference was aimed at bringing blockchain entrepreneurs, investors and enthusiasts under one roof to discuss the trends emerging within the blockchain landscape and the future of this rapidly-escalating technology.
Spreading the word about blockchain’s future and achievements
The conference in Toronto, which was Canada’s first blockchain and cryptocurrency event, saw more than 2,300 attendees, 128 speakers and 61 sponsors gather to learn more about cryptocurrency investments, blockchain research, partnerships, emerging trends, and new tech startups.
The conference has been described as a major success, an important event in spreading the word about blockchain and the achievements and capabilities.
The fact that DigitalBits was a title sponsor of this major blockchain event is testament at just how far the DigitalBits Project, which is focused on closing the gap between blockchain innovation and driving mass adoption, has come in a short length of time.
Mass adoption of blockchain technology
DigitalBits’ founder, Al Burgio, was a speaker at the event. As part of a panel titled “Mass Influence and Adoption of Blockchain Technology”, which comprised of other leading blockchain figures, including Larry King, Charles Hoskinson, Justin Wu, and Matthew Roszak, Al Burgio discussed the mass adoption of blockchain technology at the Blockchain Futuristic Conference.
In an interview with DigitalBits, Al Burgio spoke about how the DigitalBits Project helps businesses go from centralized to decentralized.
Summing up the DigitalBits Project, Al Burgio said:
“Think of it as the transaction and training layer for the points economy and other digital assets.”
“Essentially with our blockchain solution it doesn’t enable enterprises to tokenize their existing loyalty program. We help businesses go from centralized to decentralized. With each and every organization that does this you have millions, if not tens of millions of accounts, pre-existing programs that now live on a digitized blockchain.”
By being a title sponsor at such a credible blockchain event and speaking alongside the likes of TV and radio host Larry King, the DigitalBits project is certainly making an impact on the blockchain scene and bringing mass adoption of blockchain that bit closer.
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