Glance Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: GLNNF) (CSE: GET) is pleased to announce The Future of Blockchain (glance.tech/blockchain), which is a full-day summit hosted by Glance taking place May 8th, 2018 in Vancouver BC.

Blockchain, a name already synonymous with opportunity, innovation and possibility on a massive scale, is a technology at a crossroads, currently encircled with questions and confusion. Serious players in the space today are faced with a choice: push harder, connect more, and advance their knowledge — or perish in the noise.

That is why Glance is bringing some of the world’s leading industry experts to Vancouver to explore the future of blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence, and the myriad implications for economics, finance, and the foundations of society.

The Future of Blockchain summit will bring together some of the brightest lights in the industry to unpack a 360-degree perspective on what blockchain really is, what we can learn from its history, and how businesses need to be ready for its future.

As a company at the forefront of mobile technology and blockchain, Glance Technologies is proud to invite speakers, sponsors, special guests and the public to the event on Tuesday May 8, 2018, at the The Annex in Vancouver.

Read more at financialbuzz.com

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