Indian State to Host Kerala Blockchain Summit

Aiming to debate the newest improvements in blockchain expertise, the Kerala state authorities will host a blockchain summit throughout the third version of Huddle International, a digital international expertise convention to be held this month.

Kerala is the southernmost state in India on the west coast bordering the Arabian sea. 

The summit is being collectively organised by Kerala IT parks and Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM). They will even conduct ‘Blockchain Innovation Problem’ as a part of the summit to establish promising blockchain startup concepts.

The Kerala Blockchain Summit 2022 can be a Techno-business symposium. The digital occasion will cover the newest improvements, technical matters, and enterprise purposes of blockchain.

John M Thomas, chief government officer (CEO) of Kerala IT Parks and KSUM, stated that international business leaders, technical specialists, startups, and policymakers, will attend numerous classes at the summit.

“Occasion is free and open to all blockchain lovers. The summit intends to coach and encourage numerous stakeholders,”

he stated.

Earlier, authorities had deliberated to organise the summit on the Technopark, Thiruvananthapuram. However, given the contemporary Covid-19 surge, the programme goes to be held online.

The convention will cover keynote addresses and panel discussions on numerous matters, from cryptocurrencies to the widespread adoption of private and non-private blockchains.

KSUM is conducting the ‘Blockchain Innovation Challenge’ with a goal to establish promising blockchain startup concepts and assist them by offering a concept grant of Rs 2 lakh. The innovation grant is predicted to assist blockchain startups to develop their concepts into working prototypes.

Any scholar, innovator or startup, who’s pursuing blockchain expertise for his or her indigenous services, no matter business verticals, can take part in the challenge. KSUM will establish these potential startups and invite them for pitching throughout the blockchain summit.