In May of 2018 we set out with the mission to create the premier blockchain conference focusing heavily on advanced level topics and dedicated networking sessions, led by our speakers. Since that moment, we have hosted two successful conferences with speakers from around the world, with our next conference being held in Seattle on March 28, 2019, at the top of the Columbia Tower Club.
A few topics discussed by our speakers at our past two conferences:
Empowering Consumers with Blockchain
Privacy and Security in Blockchain Development
Digital Assets and Securities in Technology Stack
Blockchain Disruption in Capital Markets
Venture Capital Investment in Blockchain Companies
While one of goals is to highlight Seattle as a Blockchain hub, we have another goal of bringing our TF Conference format to other cities and to other verticals (more on verticals in a minute). Our plans for 2019 include growing TF Blockchain in new cities such as; Vancouver, Portland, and San Diego. We are looking for partners in these cities that share the same Blockchain enthusiasm as we do.
So why did we change the name from Token Forum to TF Blockchain?
As much as we love the name Token Forum, our conference is about a lot more than just tokens. We discuss blockchain, digital assets, infrastructure, business and enterprise use cases, just to name a few topics. We also received feedback from people saying they did not know the conference was about blockchain and thought it was only about cryptocurrency. Though our conference has always been focused on Blockchain, we felt the need to spell it out... literally.
What does TF stand for now?
"T" stands for Tech
"F" stands for Forum
Token Forum is now TF Blockchain (Tech Forum Blockchain)
We have created a conference and networking model that can be scaled across various verticals to build prime engagement between speakers and attendees, with guided networking to optimize connections.