Bangalore to host blockchain developer conference ‘Genesis DevCon’

BANGALORE: Genesis DevCon, an India-centric blockchain developer conference, will be held on November 24 and 25 at the National Science Seminar Complex (NSSC) in IISc, Bangalore. The conference, hosted by growth and advisory firm IBC Media, will have a panel of technological speakers including Yanislav Malahov, founder of Aeternity; Dilip Krishnaswamy, Vice President of New Technology Initiatives at Reliance Jio Infocomm; Loi Luu, CEO/Co-founder of KyberNetwork; Manish Bhatia, CTO of Amazon India; Avinash Pitti, CTO of Nucleus Vision; and Sanjeev Narsipur, Managing Director-Blockchain at Accenture.

The event will also see the launch of the Aeternity Global Starfleet program, a corporate blockchain accelerator program as well as the announcement of the winners of the Genesis developer program.

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“India is an ever-growing technology hub in the world with the second-largest pool of blockchain developers. Genesis DevCon will be a testament to India’s potential in blockchain,” says Raghu Mohan, CEO of IBC Media.

The two-day conference is being organised with the objective of bringing leaders and developers together under one roof to share their expertise and innovations, and create a collaborative environment. The press release adds that attendees will have an opportunity to gain expertise, learn and understand the tools, new challenges and solutions for creative ideas and strategies through interactive sessions, panel discussions and B2B engagement opportunities .

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