Danish companies should be prepared to use blockchain as a tool to defend themselves against disintermediation from large, centralized digital platforms and reclaim control of the customer interactions in industries where monopolies have been created, writes Victoria Gago, Co-Founder at the European Blockchain Convention. Foto: Press.

Denmark is falling behind the blockchain development curve

Guest entry: European Blockchain Convention is landing in Copenhagen and gives an exceptional opportunity for the Danish business sector to take a strategic position on the Global Blockchain map 

Following on from a successful conference in Barcelona in 2018, the founders Victoria Gago (Copenhagen) and Daniel Salmeron (Barcelona) have decided to bring the European Blockchain Convention to Copenhagen on May 20, as the 1st international blockchain conference in Denmark. The event will bring together over 400 industry leaders, business decision makers, tech innovators and investors from all around the world. With the vision to bring people closer to the technology and develop more familiarity to how blockchain can add value in various business sectors, the presentations will among other shed light on real-life use cases as well as current blockchain initiatives in progress.

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