We’re Back on the Block!

We are delighted to announce that BlockSplit is back, and you will be able to join the Croatian seaside again while learning and mingling with top web3 people.

BlockSplit3: wen3 conference in Split, Croatia

BlockSplit 3 is an international conference for blockchain & web3 business and development that will take place in Split, Croatia on May 23rd-25th. So, get ready for the coolest Web3 conference of the Balkans — hosted by the Croatian Association for Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies!

“It’s been 3 years since the last BlockSplit conference brought together blockchain communities. From Bulgaria to France, from Poland to Italy, bright minds met in the sunny Adriatic town of Split to collaborate, share knowledge and grow together. It is thanks to this community that we are able to bring BlockSplit back to life. May BlockSplit 3 be the first of many to come, and continue being the catalyst for our industry growth,” explains Tomislav Mamić, the founder of BlockSplit.

Luckily, this year, the BlockSplit is back stronger than ever!

Besides technical & non-technical workshops happening on May 23rd, and 2 days of talks, and parties, we will have the hackathon on May 27th-29th. For more, find details below!

What to expect

In the new era of software innovation, it is crucial to follow new advancements in the technology that are being made every day. Blockchain technology is rapidly developing and we want to empower the community with deep knowledge.

As mentioned, there will be hands-on workshops, development & business track, expo, meetups, parties, regatta, and more. You will learn ways to develop web3 products and get key insights through business talks which will explore different ways of utilizing the latest blockchain technologies. At the same time, you will enjoy the exclusive networking time with industry professionals & start-ups. You can also expect to present your business to prominent blockchain projects such as NEAR Protocol, Tenderly, Daedalus, and more — our amazing sponsors this year!

Just to give you a hint about the conference, here are some of our past speakers: Peter Todd, Stani Kulechov, Dmitry Kurinskiy, Martin Lundfall, and Sonja Prstec — from leading industry projects like ethereum, Aavesome, NEAR and more! 🌐

Here is your chance to become one of our significant speakers & enjoy the coolest blockchain conference while enjoying the beautiful Adriatic coast in May!

🎙Speaker applications are open, as well as a limited number of discounted tickets.

Stay tuned for what is to come:

👉 Official Conference website
👉 Tickets are available here
👉 Speaker Application
👉 Sponsorship Deck

Updates:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/blocksplit
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blocksplit/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/blocksplit/

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International conference for blockchain & Web3 business and development. Hosted by the Croatian Blockchain Association. 24–25 May 2022 📌 Split, Croatia 🇭🇷

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BlockSplit

BlockSplit

International conference for blockchain & Web3 business and development. Hosted by the Croatian Blockchain Association. 24–25 May 2022 📌 Split, Croatia 🇭🇷

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