he biggest Blockchain and Crypto-Currency Expo 2019 would be held in Dubai on March 19-20 in Dubai.
This was announced during a press conference in Dubai on Sunday.
Dr Umar Farooq, and Syed Mudassar Khushnood organiser of the Expo, revealed at the press
conference that business heavyweights and exhibitors from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and from
other countries have confirmed their active participation at the
upcoming mega event.
He disclosed that the expo, which was supposed to be held on November
27-28, 2018 in Dubai, was delayed due to UAE National Day, Christmas
and New Year celebrations after taking all the participants and
exhibitors on board.
He noted that the upcoming Expo will be the biggest digital currency
event in the Middle East, adding that the business community in the
region will better understand the future currency rather it will be a
huge opportunity for the Crypto currency companies to do marketing
within 200 nationalities living in UAE.
“Most of the exhibitors have confirmed their participation till date
and soon we would finalize the list, which will be shared with the
media and will also be updated on the website,” he added.
He mentioned that they were planning to make this two-day event more attractive and media will get more insightful and latest informationduring the show.
Dr Umar Farooq along with his team extends official invitation to a
well-known personality and a ‘Guinness Book World Record Holder,
Sohail Al Zarooni to grace the Blockchain and Crypto-Currency Expo
Sohail Al Zarooni lauded the oragnizers for hosting the major event.
He noted that the UAE government always welcome and support innovative business ideas.
He wished the Expo organizers and his team and offered his full support to make upcoming Expo successful.
It was also revealed that the next edition of the Expo will be held in
Abu Dhabi and other parts of the Middle East.
A member of the Royal family of Nepal Miss Sangeeta Kaarki, Adviser to Prime Minister of Bangladesh Ubaid-ur-Rehman well know Arab
businessman Ali Muhammad and Arif Al Zarooni were also present at the