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CoinAgenda Europe Announces Blockchain Startup Competition Winners in Monaco

Held at the Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel on May 23-25, CoinAgenda Europe featured three days of panel discussions, keynotes, and fireside chats from industry leaders

Fourth Annual CoinAgenda Europe coming to Monaco May 23-25

The fourth annual, CoinAgenda Europe focusing on international blockchain investing will kick-off with an opening cocktail party on Monday, May 23 at the stunning Le Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel in Monaco.

Metaverse Meets Monaco for the Meta Entertainment World Summit

The Metaverse is the most trending topic today. 

The World’s largest Bitcoin Conference is returning to Miami April 6-9, 2022

The four-day event will feature an industry day, two general conference days and culminate in the Sound Money Fest music festival

Dear Italia I’m writing to you

From the concerns that plague a large country, like Italy! The world cradle of culture, tourism, excellent enlightened and creative minds, which the whole world envies us and tries to imitate

Sportswear awarded on the stock exchange

The luxury segment seems to have overcome the great fear of March, although the recent data of the Pandemic and the first lockdowns in Europe have triggered new fears

Market overview

"A politician becomes a statesman when he thinks of the next generations, and not the next elections" is one of Winston Churchill's best-known aphorisms

The Calm Before The (Perfect?) Storm

Trust – a magic word that can positively or negatively affect the economic cycles, having become even more strategic to leave the tunnel of depression, and not just the economic and industrial one

The future of the financial system

Much has been said about the impact of Covid on the economy and the use of public assistance to support and revive it

British Baroque: Power and Illusion at the Tate Britain

Though mention of baroque usually conjures up images of gloriously over-the-top European courts – personified by the Sun King himself, Louis XIV – a new exhibition at Tate Britain, the first of its kind, showcases baroque art and culture in Britain. Covering the later 17th century, from the restoration of Charles II in 1670 (his father Charles I had been executed in the aftermath of the English Civil War) to the death of Queen Anne in 1714, it explores the overlap between art and power in this often-overlooked era