Non-Profit Tech Expo Slush to Hit Helsinki Today

Non-Profit Tech Expo Slush to Hit Helsinki Today

The seemingly unstoppable Slush technology 2 days conference starts today in Helsinki, Finland. The event, which links startups and technology talent with investors and the media, will feature speeches from a host of international executives and is expected to draw over 15,000 attendees. CoinTelegraph is also delighted to announce its official sponsorship of Slush. “We are excited to have Cointelegraph at Slush because of the understanding they have about financial technology and cryptocurrencies,” Teemu Laurikainen, head of ticket sales for Slush, commented. “We here at Slush believe that....


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