This July 15th to 22nd, hundreds of entrepreneurs, business leaders, and crypto pioneers will arrive at the Vilnius Grand Resort, Lithuania for seven days of workshops, case studies, and panel discussions on the future of blockchain, ICOs, and tech.
Unconference speaker Nicholas Merten

"Unconference" means the agenda is crowd-sourced. This means the stage and breakout rooms are open for individuals and organisations to speak, host meetups, workshops, panel discussions, hackathons, and shape the event without any costs.

You can use this form to propose a talk in advance. We will print your proposal and put it on the board for voting on the day.

Pillar has booked the 1,000 seat main conference hall, 6 of the breakout rooms, and several lounge areas which are free to be used and adapted by attendees.

As well as the entire Pillar team, hundreds of entrepreneurs, tech companies, developers, and thought leaders will be attending throughout the week.

DataDash, known crypto insider with 300k subscribers on YouTube, will discuss the 2018 market and offer a guide to ICO purchasing.

Lex Sokolin, director of Fintech Strategy at Autonomous NEXT, will lead masterclasses on crypto capital markets, ICOs, and token investing.

● David Siegel, founder of the Pillar Project and author of The Token Handbook, will lead a four-day Token Camp on tokenonomics and daily workshops on business agility.

Vinay Gupta, project manager from the original Ethereum team, will host talks on the 'Internet of Agreements' and 'Blockchain and the Law'.

Radix will host a 'devcon' track for blockchain and smart-contract developers and have partnered with the Blockchain Centre Vilnius, to engage their local communities.

The Unconference will also include festival activities such as local beer tasting, hot air balloon rides, water jetpacking, restaurants, packages for children, open stages for musicians and performers, and a closing party at the historic Trakai castle.

Find out more and book a room here.

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