Boris Johnson to Be Keynote Speaker at Key Blockchain Event

Former British Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson MP will deliver the keynote address at the upcoming International Symposium on Blockchain Advancements (ISBA). The event is organized by ParallelChain Lab and will be held on December 2nd, 2022. Speaker highlights also include the participation of the 46th Vice President of the United States, the Honorable Dick Cheney.

Why Johnson’s say on blockchain is a big deal 

Rt. Hon. Johnson served as Foreign Secretary and Mayor of London before becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. His presence at the symposium is indicative of his views on pressing matters related to the development requirements of the twenty-first century. His policies aim to encourage investment and creativity, as well as to foster an environment in which innovation may thrive, not only in the UK but also elsewhere in the world.

Also, Rt. Hon Johnson is revered all around the world for the way he has led the charge in the areas of education, technology, and infrastructure. His presence at the symposium demonstrates the growing importance of blockchain technology in fueling economic expansion around the world. In addition, a growing number of investors are actively searching for high-profile backers of the blockchain industry. That’s vital right now as the blockchain-based cryptocurrency market attempts to recover from a prolonged downturn.

Furthermore, many people in the blockchain industry, including potential backers, are worried about the current regulatory climate. The symposium’s attendees will be able to benefit much from hearing Johnson’s and Cheney’s and other world leaders’ perspectives.

ISBA’s mission is to provide direction for the transition to the digital economy by hosting discussions that are both intellectually stimulating and practical. It aims to encourage key players to see through the hype surrounding emerging technologies. Specifically, it presents a more grounded understanding of the technical and business frameworks upon which they are built.