Blockchain summit in Japan postponed due to coronavirus

The upcoming blockchain summit in Tokyo, Japan, has been rescheduled to a later date due to the ongoing novel Coronavirus epidemic.

The Teams Blockchain Summit that was scheduled to take place from April 22-23, 2020, has now been postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak. The blockchain summit will now take place on September 28. TEAMZ Blockchain Summit is one of the most influential blockchain events in Japan that help startups. 

 

Coronavirus outbreak continues to dampen the economy. 

So far, over 198,000 people all over the world have been tested positive for the novel coronavirus, and nearly 8,000 people have died. The United States of America recently announced a $1 trillion stimulus plan to revive the economy. Financial markets all over the world have stumbled as governments announce various stimulus plans. The coronavirus pandemic does not seem to slow down any time soon.

 

Well-known industry leaders will attend the blockchain summit.

Roger Ver, Chairman of Bitcoin.com, Tim Draper, Founder of DFJ Draper Associates, and Dovey Wan, Primitive Ventures Founding Partner, are some of the well-known names in the industry that were supposed to attend the summit this month. But according to the Teamz, the venue and speakers will not change. This is considered Japan’s largest blockchain summit. The coronavirus pandemic has hit the global economy hard, and it will take time for the countries to recover from it. 

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Jai Pratap
Jai Pratap
A Mass Media Graduate who loves to write. Jai is also a sports enthusiast and a big movie buff. He loves to learn new things.

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