The first annual Blockchain Shift conference will take place on October 11-12 hosted by the city of Miami, Florida. A part of this conference will be Night Shift, which is a 15-hour long deep house party set to take place at Mana Wynwood and will run through October 12 to 13. In this regard, Blockchain Shift has announced its full line-up for Night Shift, which includes standout performers like Tube and Berger, Superlover and Behrouz.
The event, set to provide attendees with a singular mix of business and pleasure, will curate world-renowned DJs, top-shelf spirits, table service and promises an eclectic crowd of participants. The full DJ and performer line-up was announced by Night Shift as follows:
- Alan Epps
- Brendan Ernst
- DJ Three
- Art Department
- Meneer Van Helden
- Tube & Berger
Attendees at Night Shift will also have access to an exotic Car Art Gallery, featuring 12 classic cars including the Miami Vice Ferrari Testarossa and the Back to the Future: DeLorean.
Blockchain Shift aims to address the global impact of the revolutionary decentralized ledger technology, by bringing together everyone from government officials, institutional investors and blockchain startups to engage in themed addresses, panel discussions and general chats on a diversified set of topics. A variety of subjects will be undertaken by panels and experts, such as Crypto Hedge Funds, Crypto Dealing, blockchain-powered banking, blockchain related solutions for Wall Street and a peak into the SEC, FINRA and FinCEN regulations.
The conference is making its debut in Miami with the objective of raising awareness about blockchain and educating the world on the power of the transformative technology. The conference will bring together leaders from industry, technology, finance, and arts to highlight blockchain’s potential in a two-day celebration which is embodied by Night Shift, which serves a testament to the culture and flair of Miami as the late-night portion of the event.
The event is set to conjure some of the biggest names in cryptocurrency and blockchain, including the likes of Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera, Jon Najarian of Investitute, IBM’s CTO Chris Ferris and the city of Miami’s mayor, Francis Suarez.