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Austin, TX, September 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Decentranet has announced that its Co-Founder and Chief Decentralization Officer, Matthew McKibbin, will present at Block Seoul, a global technology summit for investors and innovators hosted in Seoul, South Korea. The September 16th-September 19th event will feature over 40 thought leaders and innovators, including Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia, General Michael Hayden, Former Director of CIA and the NSA, and Lt. General James Clapper, Former Director of U.S. National Intelligence.

Also in attendance are Decentranet clients, including Dan Bates of ImpactPPA, John Cronin of Buildcoin Foundation, Marc Scarpa of Decentric Media, and Jake Vartanian of Native.

On September 18th, Matt will be joined on stage by Jane Lippencott, Sangjin Hong, Frank Yu, and Sungku Kim. The panel, Can Startup Accelerators Take a Business to the Next Level, takes place from 11:40 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. local time. On September 19th, the 2:20 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. panel, Centralised vs. Decentralised Cryptocurrency Exchanges, will feature Matt alongside Bobby Lee and Timothy Tam.

“Seoul is a global leader in blockchain development, investment and innovation. I’m honored to be involved in an event which aims to gather high-caliber thought-leaders, technologists, and individuals at the forefront of decentralizing the world as we know it,” said Matt McKibbin.

Aside from stellar content, performers like violinist Christen Lien and pyro artist Shin Masta deliver mesmerizing performances to open minds. 3-star Michelin rated chef Yannick Alleno and other culinary experts create delectable meals, and handpicked mixologists produce cocktails, all designed to tantalize. The 5-star Sheraton Seoul Palace Gangnam Hotel provides a shuttle, so attendees are a short 10 minutes away from resting their heads in luxury, for just $155 a night.

Tickets to Block Seoul are still available. To attend, you can use Matt’s discount “MATT600” for $900 off the listed ticket price. Travel arrangements can be arranged here.