A Look back at TF Blockchain's 2019

As 2019 comes to a close, we wanted to reflect on TF Blockchain's 2019 and how it has lead to great impact and growth for our organization. From hosting two additional conferences, to launching chapters in cities across North America, and even launching our own Consulting and Startup Studio with TF Labs. It's been a great year and we look forward to accelerating the growth in these verticals.

Before we recap, we must thank each and everyone of you for supporting our organization and helping us drive towards are goal of providing education and community around #blockchain, #bitcoin, and #cryptocurrency.

TF3 March 2019

In March we hosted our third SOLD-OUT TF Blockchain Conference at the top of the tallest building in Seattle, the Columbia Tower. We had renowned speakers like Anthony Pompliano of Morgan Creek Digital and the Off the Chain Podcast, Viktor Radchenko of Trust Wallet, Rui Zhang of Gumi Cryptos, and many more executives, entrepreneurs, investors and policy makers. Watch Videos from TF3

Launched Chapters throughout North America

After TF3 in March, we set out to bring our intimate style of networking to cities across North America by launching our first chapter in Vancouver, B.C. Since we have launched chapter in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Austin, and San Antonio. It's been amazing to see each community grow and be able to unite across cities. Read Article in CryptoSlate

Our local chapter events have hosted big time speakers such as Jimmy Song, Peter McCormack, and Mance Harmon.

Launched TF Blockchain Podcast

In 2019 we also launched our TF Blockchain Podcast by recording each one of our Chapter events as well as conducting interviews with top innovators in this emerging space. This has allowed for us to bring our conference and event experience from each city and share to each of you no matter where you are in the world. Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify, Anchor, or on most major podcast platforms.

Launched TF Labs: Blockchain Startup Studio & Consulting