Blockchain Conferences In 2022 - 2023

This resoure contains conferences & events within the Blockchain niche

Karina Kokina

Blockchain Events

In this resource, we stream in (automatically added) conferences that are within the Blockchain and Crypto-space.

What is a Blockchain?

A blockchain is a decentralized database that is shared across computer network nodes. A blockchain acts as a database, storing information in a digital format. Blockchains are well recognized for their critical function in keeping a secure and decentralized record of transactions in cryptocurrency systems like Bitcoin. The blockchain’s novelty is that it ensures the accuracy and security of a data record while also generating trust without the requirement for a trusted third party.

The structure of the data on a blockchain differs from that of a traditional database. A blockchain organizes data into groupings called blocks, each of which contains a collection of data. Blocks have specific storage capabilities, and when they’re full, they’re closed and connected to the preceding block, producing a data chain known as the blockchain. All additional information added after that newly added block is compiled into a new block, which is then added to the chain after it is filled.

A database organizes data into tables, but a blockchain organizes data into chunks (blocks) that are linked together, as the name suggests. When implemented in a decentralized manner, this data structure creates an irreversible data timeline. When a block is filled, it becomes permanent and part of the timeline. When each block is added to the chain, it is given a specific timestamp.

Decentralization of the Blockchain

Consider a corporation that has a server farm with 10,000 machines that is used to keep track of all of its clients’ account information. This corporation owns a warehouse facility that houses all of these computers under one roof, and it has complete control over each of them and the data they hold. However, this creates a single point of failure. What happens if the power goes out at that location? What happens if its Internet connection is lost? What if it all goes up in flames? What if a bad actor uses a single keystroke to wipe everything clean? The data is either lost or damaged in either situation.

Blockchain Conferences

Attendance improves both your professional and personal growth by giving you tools and abilities that you cannot learn in-house or online; and with a subject matter like blockchain, attending conferences is an excellent idea.

The concentrated nature of blockchain conferences allows you to delve deeper into your subject of interest.

June 2022

International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) 2022
France | Lille
June 7, 2022
Cybersecurity and Technology Innovation Conference 2022
United States | Oregon, Portland
June 13, 2022
Synopsis Cyber Summit 2022
United States | Missouri, St. Louis
June 20, 2022
International Conference on HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Trust (HCI-CPT) 2022
Sweden | Gothenburg
June 26, 2022

July 2022

Blockchain Economy Istanbul Summit
Turkey | Istanbul
July 27, 2022
Recommended Event

August 2022

Impact Optimize
United States | Michigan, Chicago
August 11, 2022

September 2022

United Arab Emirates | Dubai
September 14, 2022
Global Cyber Conference 2022
Switzerland | Zurich
September 22, 2022

October 2022

Hacktivity2022 NOW + NEXT IT Security Conference
Hungary | Budapest
October 6, 2022
Russia | Moscow
October 18, 2022