Come to London, the financial capital of the world, and witness at first hand the biggest moment yet in our history. DasCoin will start trading publicly for the first time and you will be able to say you were there for this hugely important event. The launch itself is set for Friday April 27 at the famous O2 Arena, and it’s completely free, though there is also a VIP option including cocktails and a spectacular dinner. Further events take place on the Thursday and Saturday. Read on for all the details!
APRIL 27TH, FRIDAY
DasCoin Evolution of Money
The O2 Arena
12.30 – 14.00
14.00 – 17.00
Welcome drink and dinner
APRIL 28TH, SATURDAY
NetLeaders Global Conference
13.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 17.00
€19 (free to VIP ticket-holders)
Battersea Evolution is a modern, stylish venue in the heart of London beside the River Thames. Capable of catering for 4,000 people, and close to the iconic district of Chelsea, it can deliver the wow factor in style. It is situated in Battersea Park, which has its own children's zoo and boating lake, plus the London Peace Pagoda.
Formerly known as The Millennium Dome, and originally opened to the public on 1 January 2000, The O2 has become the world's busiest music arena, hosting a series of spectacular concerts and is a vast, multi-purpose arena that also served as a home for the gymnastics and basketball events at the 2012 Olympic Games. The O2 is also the regular home of the ATP World Tour Finals in men’s tennis.
This ticket provides entry to the DasCoin: The Evolution of Money event on Friday, April 27 (14.00 – 17.00). By registering for this ticket, you will secure a place for yourself at this historic event. The distribution of tickets for the DasCoin: The Evolution of Money event will begin one week prior to the event. These tickets will be sent out by The O2 Arena and need to be printed out when you receive them.
The deadline to register for this event is 48 hours before the beginning of the event.
* Please note that if you purchase a VIP ticket, you will be automatically registered for this event and do not need to register again.Register now
If you are not NetLeaders member please register for your free tickets here
This ticket provides entry to the NetLeaders Global Conference Event on Saturday, April 28 (14.00 – 17.00).
* Please note that entry to this event is included in VIP tickets. Therefore, if you have purchased a VIP ticket, you do not need to purchase a ticket for this event separately.Buy now
VIP tickets provide entry to the DasCoin: The Evolution of Money event* (Friday, April 27) and the NetLeaders Global Conference event (Saturday, April 28), as well as attendance at an exclusive Gala Dinner that will be held at 20.00 on Friday, April 27, after the DasCoin: The Evolution of Money event.
The deadline to buy VIP ticket is 48 hours before the beginning of the DasCoin: The Evolution of Money event
*Please note that your purchase will include two separate tickets. The distribution of tickets for the DasCoin: The Evolution of Money event will begin one week prior to the event. These tickets will be sent out by The O2 Arena and need to be printed out separately when you receive them.Buy now
The Bank of England was established in 1694, and famously raised £1.2m in just 12 days through issuing government-backed bonds to help England rebuild itself as a global power. Banking in London has prospered ever since and to this day it remains the world's leading financial centre, holding off New York, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo. It now serves as the European hub of NetLeaders. While some administrations have warmly welcomed cryptocurrency, and others are firmly opposed to its development, the UK government places itself in a non-committal position. Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, believes that regulation is important to "combat illicit activities and promote market integrity" However, he believes blockchain technology"could potentially catalyse innovations to serve the public better"by making payments more flexible, efficient and reliable.
If you find yourself with a day or two to spare during your visit to London, you won't struggle to find something to fill your time.
The British Museum, The Science Museum, The National Gallery, The Tate Modern and The V&A Museum are a delight for connoisseurs of art, archaeology, history and artefacts. Best of all, they are all free.
The King's Road in Chelsea and Carnaby Street in the West End, which both grew to fame in the Swinging Sixties, remain obligatory destinations for shoppers seeking designer labels and boutique stores alike. If you prefer antiques, street food and a market-stall vibe head to Camden or Portobello.
From the heights of the ultra-modern Shard to the raw history of The Tower of London, the city has a rich treasure-trove of iconic buildings. Catch a scent of royalty at Buckingham Palace, a glimpse of the corridors of power at the Houses of Parliament, or just go round and round again on the London Eye.
Hyde Park and Regent's Park boast large boating lakes, central locations and beautifully manicured lawns and borders. For views, head just to the north of the centre to Primrose Hill, and for huge, open spaces you can forget you're in Europe's biggest city by making a beeline for Richmond Park and Hampstead Heath.
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