DECENT Set to Host its First Annual Event – Unchained Conference

October 24, 2017

DECENT’s first Blockchain conference, Unchained, is set to take place on 6 November, 2017, at the prestigious Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui.

This uniquely purposed conference has been designed to help connect global blockchain behemoths, policy makers, investors and top tier journalists with the hottest new cryptopreneurs. Exclusive, invite only entrance and a limited number of seats (120) will provide an intimate setting without all the noise of a typical free-for-all conference. The Unchained Conference is Tailormade for Investors looking for the next big thing and entrepreneurs looking to bring disruptive tech to market.

In addition to talks from DECENT, Founder and CEO, Matej Michalko, attendees will hear from some of the industry’s finest. Dr. Lee George Lam, Chairman of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company is joined by many notable names Jaroslav Kacina from SophiaTX, Xin Wang from ATMChain, Kalvin Feng from Alax, Juwan Lee from NexChange, and Dr. Shirley M C Yeung, Associate Vice President, UNESCO, HK to name a few. These headliners are joined by a slew of top level professionals from various specialties. The full list of speakers can be found at

Blockchain investors, like David Wang, Executive Director of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange, will share their insights during a panel discussion aimed at exploring the investor’s position on the crypto-evolution. There will even be a special “East meets West panel” detailing how the new Silk Road initiatives can be applied in the Blockchain space.  

To make the day even more exciting, attendees will have the opportunity to try a first-of-it’s-kind VR experience.

DECENT aims to offer a more premium experience. The Hyatt Regency provides the ideal setting for top tier networking in a more intimate setting. More room for casual networking, and the fact that it is invite only, should further ensure that attendees can truly make the most of their time at Unchained.

Seats are filling up fast but there are still a few invites available. Those hoping to attend can go to request an invitation.