Melbourne to host the largest blockchain series in the world

By Our Reporter
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Global blockchain gurus and technology players will converge on Melbourne for two significant business events, underscoring Victoria’s leadership in the high-yield sector.

In an Australian first, Melbourne will host the largest blockchain series in the world—The World Block Chain Summit 2022. The event will deliver an estimated economic contribution to the state of $1.3 million, around 600 room nights to boost the Victorian hotel and accommodation sector and drive 600 delegates through the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre doors.

The Summit will run from 15-16 September 2022, bringing together an elite gathering of technology leaders, startups and enterprises from across the world to share and evaluate the latest trends in emerging technologies, an official press release said.

In 2024 Melbourne will be home to the ACM International Conference on Multimedia (ACM MM 2024), the Association for Computing Machinery’s annual international conference on multimedia. It is the field’s premier conference and a key event to display scientific achievements and innovative industrial products in multimedia.

Hosted at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 28 October – 1 November, ACM MM 2024 will attract 600 delegates and make an economic contribution of almost $4 million to the state.

The successful bids were led by the Melbourne Convention Bureau and were preceded by more good news as Melbourne cemented its position as the number one sustainable city in the Asia-Pacific region for business events in the Global Destination Sustainability Index (GDS-Index).

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