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–independent.co.uk–

North Korea has announced plans to hold an international blockchain and cryptocurrency conference, marking the first time industry experts have been publicly invited to the reclusive state.

The Pyongyang Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference will take place in the nation’s capital in April 2019 and attendees will be treated to a seven-day tour of the country.

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–bitcoin.com–

North Korea plans to host an international summit of experts from the cryptocurrency industry. The Pyongyang Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference will be held in April of next year at a science and technology center in the national capital.

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–cryptonews.com–

The people behind North Korea’s “first ever international” cryptocurrency and blockchain conference have claimed their event has been a success – and are already planning a bigger and better conference for the “near future.”

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–asiatimes.com–

North Korea is reportedly planning to hold an international conference on blockchain technology and crypto-currencies. According to US-based Radio Free Asia, the Korean International Blockchain Conference will be held in the capital Pyongyang in early October.

It will bring together “experts in the cutting-edge field from around the world” who will have also hold discussions with “North Korean business officials.”

While this is said to be the country’s first public international blockchain event, North Korea is certainly no stranger to crypto-related news.

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–cryptonomist.ch–

The crypto-themed meeting entitled “Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference” was held in Pyongyang from April 18th to 25th.

According to The Diplomat, the country, also called “The Hermit Kingdom” for its isolationist policy and subject to sanctions by the UN, has seen the presence of a hundred experts. This event should be the first in a series of regular meetings dedicated to the study of virtual currencies and blockchain technology.

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