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VeChain (VET) to Hold Summit in April; BMW, DNV GL Among the Participants

The VeChain Summit 2019 is the first ever conference to be hosted by the VeChain Foundation in San Francisco  The conference seeks to bring together blockchain developers, academicians, VCs, startups and more  Highly reputed firms including BMW, DNV GL, and others will be represented at the summit

VeChain (VET) has announced its 2019 summit will go live in San Francisco on April 18, 2019, and the program promises to offer attendees a great opportunity to expand their network, gain information about the latest products and trends in the VeChain ecosystem and more, according to a press release on March 11, 2019.

VeChain (VET) Hosts a First-of-its-Kind Conference

As stated in its press release, the VeChain Foundation is set to organize a first-of-its-kind summit in crypto-friendly San Francisco come April 18, 2019.

Reportedly, this year’s VeChain Summit is specially designed to bring blockchain developers, businesses, venture capitalists and academic professionals together, to enable them to collaborate and build solutions that create valuable transactions on the VeChainThor Blockchain Network.

In the same vein, the team has hinted that this year’s conference will offer attendees an excellent opportunity to expand their networks, gain more understanding of the ever-evolving blockchain space, as well as the latest happenings in the VeChain ecosystem, including products, trends, and innovations.

What Participants Stand to Gain

Specifically, the team says the summit will be broken down into various sessions including VeChain product releases, expertise and insights sharing, interactive tutorials and more.

The one-day conference will teach attendees how to build applications on VeChainThor, technical features of the platform, as well as updates and the support for devs.

Other pertinent issues affecting the VeChain project will be treated at the event, including how the project can achieve widespread enterprise adop...

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