Defying COVID-19: Blockchain events make an in-person return

Defying COVID-19: Blockchain events make an in-person return

Due to the pandemic, many global events have been canceled, but some conferences can still be visited in 2021. The year 2020, for most of the inhabitants of our planet, was passed in lockdowns or quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic; many were forced to stay at home. Social events were canceled or postponed, and entire sectors of the world economy suffered huge losses. The start of this year wasn’t any better, as governments across the globe are still forced to restrict events and activities to combat the spread of the disease.But there are industries that did not lose out over the past....


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