Blockchain Hub Split, an organization that brings together the blockchain community in Split, Croatia, is organizing the first BlockSplit conference, which aims to bring together 600 developers and founders.

The conference will take place from 27th to 28th April 2018 at the Faculty of Economics in Split. BlockSplit is a unique opportunity for all developers and founders who want to work in this fast-growing technology or learn how to launch successful blockchain projects. The aim of the conference is to provide participants with insight into the development and application of blockchain technology so they are later able to develop projects within their communities.

The conference will provide a series of developer workshops, developer and business
presentations and networking opportunities. The workshops will be held on the first day of the conference and will provide developers with the necessary knowledge and skills to participate in the development of blockchain projects such as Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs), Initial Token Offers (ICOs), Fast Blocks Transactions and Decentralized Currency Exchanges (DEX).

The second day brings advanced lectures on Development and comprehensive Business Talks on Economic and Business Issues. The Development Talk aims to move the boundaries of this technology, while the participants in Business Talk will learn the most important business models, cryptoeconomics and related topics in order to build their own sustainable project.

Participants will have the opportunity to hear eminent speakers who have participated in successful blockchain projects and thus gained the invaluable experience they will share during the 2 days of the conference.

If you are interested in blockchain technology, you want to acquire new knowledge and later move the boundaries of this technology, sign up for the conference on

Early Bird tickets are currently on sale and we are inviting you to secure your place at the conference at a lower cost.

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Bruno has a Master's Degree in English Language and Literature and Computer Science, and has been in web development and publishing for over a decade. He's been in the blockchain space since 2015. He's an avid board gamer and VR enthusiast - find him on Oculus and Steam as TheSwader. He frequently rants on Twitter.


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