CryptoCon Vol.2 – 17th – 19th of May 2019

    To kickstart our activities in Germany, LongHash hosted a series of events in Berlin during October 2018, focusing on the crypto and blockchain community. We are now happy to bring the LongHash CryptoCon Vol.2, a new series of events designed to spark in-depth discussion on blockchain technology as well as cooperation between East and West.

    The events are open to all kinds of blockchain enthusiasts, where the goal is to encourage brilliant minds from Europe and Asia to share knowledge and make a positive impact on blockchain ecosystem.

    The CryptoCon will be hosted at the betahaus | Neukölln in Berlin from the 17th to 19th May, and divided in two parts: an afternoon conference called Hash Talk followed by a two-day hackathon for 100 hackers. All the events will be attended by regulators, developers, blockchain entrepreneurs, VCs, funds, exchanges and crypto enthusiasts.

    LongHash CryptoCon Vol.2 is a proud participant in the Asia Pacific Week, a series of events organized by Berlin’s Ministry for Economic Affairs, whose propose it to host European-Asian dialogue.

    17th May 2019 – The Hash Talk

    The Hash Talk is an afternoon-long summit focused on discussions and creating insights on investment, business, and tech in blockchain curated and brought by LongHash Germany.

    For our first edition, we are bringing highly curated participants discussing the latest trends and what is being developed at the blockchain space. After the talks, the event will be followed by challenge announcement for the hackathon happening on 18th and 19th May, and close with an afterparty.


    13:30 – Door opens

    14:00 – Welcome speech by LongHash
    Jasmine Zhang

    14:10 – Panel: Investment perspecitive from Top Asian & European Funds

    Ming Sun: General Counsel of Fenbushi Capital

    Dr. Christian Nagel: Managing Director of EarlyBird VC

    Rae Deng: Founding Partner of Du Capital

    Moderated by: Saket Kumar – La Famiglia VC

    15:00 – Panel: Business use cases in real word adoption

    Kerstin Eichmann: Managing Director of Innogy Innovation Hub

    John Calian: Senior Vice President of Deutsche Telekom AG

    Mike Z: Chief Strategy Officer of VeChain

    Dr. Richard Lohwasser: Co-Founder and CEO of Lition

    Claudio Weck: Blockchain & A.I. Architect of Porsche Digital Lab

    Moderated by: Pavel Romanenko – Product owner of Blockchain Circle

    16:00 – Panel: Technology about secured custody

    YanFeng Chen: CEO of NBL Trust

    Stefan George: Co-Founder & CTO of

    Peter Czaban: Executive Director of Web3 Foundation

    Yu Du: General Director of Wanxiang Blockchain Lab

    Christopher May: Co-Founder of Finoa

    Moderated by: Simon Schwerin – Board member of XAIN Foundation

    17:00 – Challenge announcement for hackathon
    MXC / Taraxa / Cybex

    17:50 – Closing remarks

    18:00 – AfterParty and networking

    To secure your tickets here:

    18th- 19th May 2019 – The Hackathon

    LongHash will be hosting our second Berlin hackathon at betahaus | Neukölln. The goal is simple: Gather a pool of talented developers from around the world to find innovative blockchain-based solutions to specific challenges.

    During the Hackathon, mentors will engage with hackers to frame their ideas and turn them into practical approaches. After submission, the teams will present their work to a high-caliber panel of judges.

    Special prizes will also be awarded to the winning developers with the best responses to the three challenges proposed by our sponsors.

    About the challenges:
    Apply to join the hackathon:


    Organizer: Longhash Germany GmbH
    Tickets for HashTalk:
    Twitter: @longhashdata
    Meetup Group:
    Dates: 17th – 19th May 2019
    Location: betahaus | Neukölln, Harzer Straße 39, Berlin 12059

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