JAPAN BLOCKCHAIN CONFERENCE YOKOHAMA Round 2019
Supported by Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Industry and Economic Affairs Bureau of Yokohama city

JBC held in 30th and 31st November 2019 has ended on a high note.

JAPAN BLOCKCHAIN CONFERENCE - YOKOHAMA Round 2019

Supported by Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Industry and Economic Affairs Bureau of Yokohama city

JBC held in 30th and 31st November 2019 has ended on a high note.

INTRODUCTION

「JAPAN BLOCKCHAIN CONFERENCE」
-YOKOHAMA Round 2019-

The conference will host top companies and organizations from Japan and abroad which represent the future of the rapidly growing blockchain space. It will be a place for these leaders to share information and show what they have achieved to enlighten others in the industry, advancing and expanding the applications of blockchain.

This is where the world's blockchain companies and organizations can get together to form partnerships and exchange information. What’s more, it is a space where everyone can come and experience the leading-edge tech and expertise cultivated In Japan.

We are actively looking for companies to join the best of the blockchain industry at its prime and exhibit at our conference.

GUEST SPEAKERS

Brock Pierce The Bitcoin Foundation |
Chairman; Entrepreneur, VC, Philanthropist
Tim Draper DFJ Venture Capital |
Founder
Scott Walker DNA | CEO
Mrinal Manohar ADAPtive Holdings Ltd. |
CEO
Charles Hoskinson IOHK |
Founder and CEO
Roger Ver bitcoin.com | CEO
Yohei Matsuda Ministry of Economy,
Trade and Industry
Director-General,
Commerce and Information
Policy Bureau |
Director,
Information Economy Division
Shinichiro Muroyama Line Corporation |
Executive Officer
and Business Strategy
Office Director
Dr.Craig S Wright nChain |
Chief Scientist
Jimmy Nguyen nChain Group |
CEO
bComm Association |
Founding President
Hitoshi Taguchi DMM Bitcoin |
Managing Director
Genki Oda BITPoint Japan |
Founder
Luke Wagman CoinMarketCap |
Chief Evangelist
Uriel Peled Orbs | Co-Founder
Alex Lightman TokenCommunites Plc. |
CEO
Lou Kerner Crypto Oracle |
Founding Partner
Michiyasu Takada IBM Japan |
Business Unit Executive,
Blockchain Solutions
Heslin Kim Polymath |
VP of Business Development
Naojiro Hisada Rakuten, Inc. |
Executive Director
Tom Trowbridge Hedera Hashgraph |
President
Amber Urquhart Forbes Cryptomarkets |
Host
InfiniumOne |
Director, Global Partnerships
Aaron McDonald Centrality |
Co-Founder
Moshe Hogeg Sirin Labs |
Founder & Co-CEO
Yoav Dror PumaPay | CEO
Mitsuru Tezuka CTIA | CEO
Ken Kodama EMURGO | CEO
Travis Kling Ikigai Asset Management |
Founder,
Chief Investment Officer
Timothy Lewis Ikigai Asset Management |
Founder
Austin Hill Brudder Ventures |
Founder
J. Todd Morley Y2X | Co-Founder
Dave Shuler Y2X | Co-Founder
Fujiyo Ishiguro Netyear Group |
CEO
Teodora Atanasova NEXO |
Vice President -
Buisiness Development
Andrew Romans 7BC.VC |
CEO and General Partner
Jared Polites PATRON | CSO
BlockTeam Ventures |
Venture Partner
Douglas Park Park & Dibadj, LLP | Managing Partner
Katya Fisher Esq. Fisher Cataliotti P.C. |
Partner
Alex Medana FinFabrik |
Co-Founder and CEO
Jonathan Dunsmoor Dunsmoor Law |
Founder and Principal
Alexander Shulgin Gruppa Kompaniy Familia |
Founder and Director
Norihiko Ishihara VLC Holdings Co., Ltd |
CEO
Shigeki Kakutani QURAS |
CEO & Founder
Dima Zaitsev VentureBeat.com |
Writer
Ryan King EMURGO HK | CEO
Kenshiro Nakagawa PicUApp |
Co-Founder and COO
Quincy Dagelet Boostchain | CEO
Dr.Hiro Takahashi SKYHASH |
Technical Advisor
Preston University |
Professor
Nicolás Arqueros EMURGO | CTO
Manmeet Singh EMURGO |
CIO
Curtis Plot Mak MIEX |
Executive Director
InfiniumOne | Managing Partner
Theodore Tse FIO |
Executive Director
InfiniumOne | Managing Partner
Alex Tsai beepnow |
Co-Founder, CEO
Yuji Akaba Breakthrough Partners |
Managing Director
Adam Targos MineBest |
Marketing
& Sales Manager
Thomas Ng BIT-M | CFO

※Guest speakers with a movie icon make a speech online.
※Speakers list is subject to change.

TICKETS

JAPAN BLOCKCHAIN CONFERENCE
-YOKOHAMA Round 2019-

EXPO PASS 1 DAY ¥3,000
Pre-registration discount
At-the-door tickets ¥4000
EXPO PASS 2 DAYS ¥5,000
Pre-registration discount
At-the-door tickets ¥8000
VIP PASS ¥100,000
※ Includes a two-day pass to the lounge and invitations to the After Party (30th) and Celebration Party (31st)

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OUTLINE

Name: Japan Blockchain Conference(JBC) - YOKOHAMA Round 2019 -
Organizer: The Global Blockchain Associtation
Dates: January 30 (Wed.) - 31 (Thur.), 2019, 9:00am - 6:00pm
Venue: Pacifico Yokohama, Hall B
Participation Fee:

・VIP Pass

JPY100,000 (USD1,000)

※ Includes a two-day pass to the lounge and invitations to the After Party (30th) and Celebration Party (31st)

・Expo Pass

Advance registration:One day ticket JPY3,000 (USD30)・Two day ticket JPY5,000 (USD50)

Same day purchase:One-day ticket JPY4,000 (USD40)

Includes access to

(1)Exhibition zone: 150 market entrants from Japan and abroad

(2)Lectures/seminars: Prominent guests from the blockchain industry

(3)Other areas

ORGANIZER

Directors:

Representative Director:
Toshikazu Masuyama(Visiting Professor, Asahikawa University)(Former Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Public Servant)

Director:
Koriki Jojima (Former House of Representatives member) (Former Finance Minister)

Kenzaburo Ikeda (Former Bank of Japan) (Economic critic)

Kashiwagi Takao (Specially-appointed Professor, Distinguished University Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Mieko Nakabayashi (Professor, Waseda University)

Takeshi Natsuno (Distinguished Visiting Professor, Keio University)

Address: 6F Shimizu Bldg. 3-19 Hayabusacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0092
Representative: Toshikazu Masuyama
Establishment: 2018.5
URL: https://globalblockchain.or.jp/
Objective: As Blockchain technology (including its related and spin-off technologies) and business activities using this technology (including cryptocurrency) are rapidly advancing, it aims at striving for paving ways and promotion of healthy business environment as well as appropriate user protection under coordinated fashion by development and utilization of the mentioned technology, as well as promoting international collaboration among the players involving its related business expansion.

VENUE GUIDE

Pacifico Yokohama Exhibition Hall B

1-1-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa, 220-0012 Japan

From Minato Mirai Station

5-minute walk from Minato Mirai Station.

Going through Queen’s Square allows covered access in case of rain. (Excludes access to some facilities.)

Using the Escalator

Exit using the Queen’s Square Exit of the station, take the escalators from the 3rd basement to the 2nd floor of Queen’s Square Yokohama (get on the longer red escalator first, and then the shorter one, both on the left side at the back). On the 2nd floor, turn left onto the main mall street and cross the bridge (Queen Mall Bridge).

Using the Elevator

Go up to the 2nd floor using the yellow “see-through” elevator on the left-hand side of the red escalator. Get off on the 2nd floor, go to right hand side, turn left onto the main mall street and cross the bridge (Queen Mall Bridge).

From Sakuragicho Station

12 minutes on foot, 11 minutes by bus, or 5 minutes by taxi from Sakuragicho Station.

(JR Keihin Tohoku Line or Yokohama Municipal Subway)Using the moving walkway allows covered access in case of rain. (Excludes access to some facilities.)

On Foot (12 minutes)

Walk toward Minato Mirai using the moving walkway.Go through two shopping malls—Landmark Plaza (3F) and Queen’s Square (2F)—and cross the bridge (Queen Mall Bridge) in front of you.*In the event of rain, you can use the first floor. を渡ります。(12分)※雨天時は1Fを通ると雨にぬれません。

By Taxi (5 minutes)

Take a taxi from the taxi stand in front of the station.

By Bus (11 minutes)

Take a municipal bus at Bus Stop No. 4 of Sakuragicho Bus Terminal and get off the bus at Tenji Hall or Pacifico Yokohama.

From Yokohama Station

10 minutes by taxi or 10 minutes by Sea Bass (ferry) from Yokohama Station.

(JR Tokaido Line, Yokosuka Line, Keihin Tohoku Line, Shonan Shinjuku Line, Keikyu Main Line, Sagami Railway Lines, “Airport Limousine” shuttle bus)

By Taxi (10 minutes)

You can get a taxi from Porta at the East Exit (B2F) and YCAT (Yokohama City Air Terminal).

By Sea Bass Ferry (10 minutes)

From the Bay Quarter shopping mall near the Yokohama Station East Exit, get off at the Pugari Sanbashi pier.

By Train

Transfer to the Minato Mirai Line or JR Keihin Tohoku Line.Note: Actual travel times required depend on the facilities being used and traffic conditions.Transfer times are not included.

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