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Blockchain and FutureTech Expo 2018 – Register by March 18th and Get Complimentary Recordings of the Feb 2018 Super Conference

AUSTIN, TX – Following the amazing feedback from the Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Blockchain Super Conference in 2018, organizer Richard Jacobs is hosting a second conference in September – except, this time, he’s taking things to the next level. Those who register before Sunday, March 18th will not only benefit from a special “Hyper Early Bird” discount; they’ll also receive a complimentary set of DVD/CD recordings of the February Super Conference, shipped to their home or office right away.

Whereas the last conference in February was focused on cryptocurrency and blockchain tech, the Blockchain and FutureTech Expo in September will bring together developers, entrepreneurs, and professional “smart money” investors from the fields of blockchain technology, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, cyber security, 3D printing, and other state-of-the-art technologies that are tipped to radically change the world over the next few years.


Richard Jacobs, the organizer, explains:

“Most people are coming to realize that we’re on the cusp of the biggest technological revolution mankind has ever witnessed”, said Mr. Jacobs. He adds: “But it’s about far more than ‘just’ blockchain technology. These other emerging techs are set to converge with blockchain tech around 2019 – and the result will be global economic disruption on a scale that’s never been seen before.”

Registration for the Blockchain and FutureTech Expo is now open – though the discounted “Hyper Early Bird” tickets are available only until Sunday, March 18th at midnight.

Those who are interested in attending are encouraged to join the free notification list HERE:

“Hyper Early Bird” tickets can be purchased HERE:


Press contact:

Richard Jacobs

(888) 448-4590

About the Blockchain and FutureTech Expo:

This three-day conference will be held at the Dallas Convention Center, close to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in September. We are expecting more than 5,000 attendees, 100 headline speakers, and 150 exhibitors – with talks from founders, developers, and early-stage investors in blockchain, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, cyber security, and other emerging technologies that are set to disrupt almost every sector of the global economy.

This is a sponsored press release and does not necessarily reflect the opinions or views held by any employees of The Merkle. This is not investment, trading, or gambling advice. Always conduct your own independent research.


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