Particl is excited to announce that 12 Particl representatives will be going to the 2019 San Francisco Blockchain Week from October 28th to November 1st. The team will be operating an “upgraded booth” to present its decentralized, trustless, and self-governed Open Marketplace as well as it’s private-by-default escrow system as a gold sponsor for the conference.

The main event of the week, Epicenter, is one of many conferences Particl will be attending within the next couple of weeks. This event will last two days and is expected to attract at least 350 companies to whom the team plans to demonstrate the competitive gains offered by Particl’s technology, thanks to the complete absence of intermediary as well as the full privacy of the platform.

As part of the Epicenter event, Kapil Amarasinghe (a.k.a Kapoor/Joskye) is going to present a 30 minutes long educational keynote about Particl and its benefits in front of the attendees. As always, we will keep you updated and communicate as much as possible on Twitter, Telegram, and also on Periscope so that you can experiment with us the SFBW and get a real-time glimpse of the events.

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If you are in or around San Francisco during the time of the event, then don’t hesitate to message one of the team member and come meet with us at the booth! There will be a lot of goodies to win during our raffle and a lot of great stuff to buy on Particl’s Open Marketplace!

About SFBW

San Francisco Blockchain Week brings together blockchain startups, enterprise initiatives, academics, developers, and investors together in a single space. Targeting both developers and consumers, the event’s lineup includes a security conference, a blockchain career fair, a hackathon, and more.With more than 5,000 participants, 350 companies, and 240 speakers, the event is a compelling opportunity to participate in the next steps for cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Prominent presenters include Olaf Carlson-Wee — Found and CIO of Polychain Capital, Jill Carlson — founder of the Open Money Initiative, and Vitalik Buterin — co-founder of Ethereum.

Last year, SFBW has attracted more than 5,000 attendees, of which more than 1,700 were developers.