Written by Emma Lawton • Published 25th June 2019 • 2 minute read

Now in its third year, Europe’s leading blockchain for business event, Blockchain Summit, is back in town this week at London’s Olympia.

Although still relatively young as an event, the conference has become known as a hub for innovation and an opportunity for industry leaders, decision makers and tech pacesetters to come together and talk all things blockchain.

From Helene Stanway, Head of Digital Innovation at AXA to Amit Varma, Chief Technology Officer and blockchain pioneer at CitiBank, Blockchain Summit has lined up over 80 visionary speakers to lead panel discussions and deliver insights over the two-day event.

In this blog, we’re focusing on some of the pioneering and unique companies who will be exhibiting. From businesses who are advancing blockchain protocols to global companies that are playing a major role in enabling a decentralized world, and everything in the middle.

A global tech company, Insolar is building its own public and private blockchain solutions on its propriety Insolar Blockchain Platform; which it claims is the most secure, flexible and scalable blockchain for business. With a team of over 80 spread across the globe, Insolar’s mission to change the way the world does business is definitely one to watch.

Founded by a team of researchers, mathematicians, cryptographers and economists, Algorand’s mission is to create the borderless economy by removing the technical barriers that have undermined widespread adoption of blockchain to date – scale, security and decentralisation. Ultimately, the team aims to provide a stable platform that businesses can trust as we move towards a decentralised, borderless economy.

A consultancy and professional services business, Altoros has helped over 2000 companies around the world harness innovative technologies to create products that give them a real competitive advantage. Offering consultancy, training and the technology building blocks for solutions across cloud automation, blockchain and AI, Altoros is actively helping companies to understand and successfully implement the latest technologies into their business.

Founded in 2014, OpenLedger works with companies around the world to integrate both existing blockchain solutions and build new decentralised apps that provide real competitive advantage. Dedicated to bringing the power of blockchain to the business world, OpenLedger provides solutions across supply chains, IoT, logistics and healthcare to name a few.

Working with leading FTSE companies, fifth9 is driven by a simple aim: to combine subject-matter expertise with solid consultancy to give clients clear, actionable value. With more than a decade in technology strategy and business transformation, fifth9’s products are baked with industry insight and global experience.

Founded in 2008, ClinicAll is focused on the development and rollout of digital services in hospitals. Its software solutions and apps support seamless interaction between patients, doctors and medical staff and the team is focused on developing products that fulfil hospitals’ requirements for modern and efficient solutions while offering quality care.

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