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Grandhouse International Club and the Business School Alumni Association is organizing an event on April 20 “to see, hear and learn more about blockchain and crypto currencies.”

Held at the Premier Kult Café (Üllői út 2-4, 1085 Budapest) on April 20 from 6-8 p.m., the evening starts with a 15-minute TED presentation on the large screen from 6.30 p.m., followed by a panel discussion and Q&A featuring Trinh Anh Tuan, associate professor at Corvinus University of Budapest; Barnabas Debreczeni, CEO of Shinrai; László Popovics, head of the innovation management department at OTP Bank; Dávid Szabó, former head of global at Cofound.it; and Tamás Czeglédi, founding member of the Blockchaineum Group. The evening is rounded off with a buffet and networking.  

The language of the event is English. Tickets cost HUF 5,500 per person (HUF 3,500 for students) and should be paid in cash on the door, but prior registration is required before April 14 at royaards@hu.inter.net.

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