The Pillar Project, a Swiss-based non-profit building the world’s most advanced cryptocurrency and token wallet, is holding its second annual summer unconference in Lithuania at the Vilnius Grand Resort this 15 to 22 July.
The Pillar Unconference is an unstructured, crowd-sourced event for entrepreneurs, technologists, the Pillar community, and those interested in learning more about cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and decentralised technologies.
David Siegel, CEO and founder of the Pillar Project, says, “Last year, 70 developers and entrepreneurs came to our first unconference in Slovakia; we anticipate at least 500 Pillaristas to attend this year. At Pillar, we are building a culture of radical openness, trust and joy. Our event is open to anyone excited by blockchain innovation and entrepreneurship.”
With a FinTech sector thriving in a friendly and supportive environment, Europe’s first international blockchain centre for education and development of decentralised technologies, and an exciting ICO scene, Vilnius will serve as the ideal backdrop for Pillar Project’s event.
This year’s Unconference will focus on ecommerce business owners who want to connect and build tools, middleware, or infrastructure on the Pillar wallet platform. David will give his famous ‘Business Agility Workshops’ with lectures and exercises on startups, ICOs, self-management, decision science, and tokenomics, as well as his vision on the future of the Pillar wallet. The unconference will also have a ‘devcon’ track for blockchain and smart contract developers to meet, collaborate, and showcase their latest work and insights. In addition, the event will be host to the Pillar token-holders’ general meeting.
The Unconference will also include a programme for children to explore the region and learn from local animators while parents attend the different tracks. Pillaristas will be participating in other activities, including golf, local tours, and a party at the famous medieval Trakai Castle. Attendees will also be given the option to close the unconference with a crypto excursion to St. Petersburg after the event.
Visit the Pillar Unconference website for more information.