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Africa’s largest and longest-running Blockchain conference is happening on 11 and 12 March at Investec in Sandton, Johannesburg. With world famous technical analyst Tone Vays headlining the event, and Investec’s Chris Becker promising some important blockchain insights from the private banking sector, it could very well be the best event yet.

And Global Crypto has secured our users an exclusive 30% discount on attendance tickets!

Tone Vays at Bitcoin 2020

Traditionally, world-class corporate events of this nature in the technology industry go for anywhere between $500 and above. But, Blockchain Africa have been able to keep entrance down to R3500 for South Africans, and now Global Crypto users can gain entrance for only R3000 with our exclusive discount code.

To make use of this discount, simply enter the code BAC2020JHB-meetup in the “promo code” box when you click register on their website. Once you hit “apply code”, the discount will be applied, and you will be charged 30% less than what the current registration fee is.

Don’t miss out on this remarkable opportunity to network with some of the world’s leading blockchain innovators, and hear from these innovators and thought-leaders about where the space is headed. Thought leaders from the likes of the South African Reserve Bank, Malta’s progressive government, Microsoft, Consensys, the Office of the Presidency, and many more.

We’ll be there, so be sure to come and say hi.


James Preston is the Executive Editor of Global Crypto. He is a writer and media commentator who has been reporting on how the Tech industry will make the world a better place for 14 years, with a large following on South African radio. He is an early adopter of Bitcoin, and began reporting on its revolutionary capabilities in late 2014. Philosophical by nature, he is intrigued by how the world works, and in turn, how it can be bettered. James believes wholeheartedly that the world can become as close to perfect as we humans can imagine, but it will take a lot of effort (and time) to get there. He believes his life purpose is to inspire people to believe this, and find their place in helping humanity achieve it. James regularly does talks on emerging technology and its impact on society at Universities, global conferences, and events. To invite him to speak at your event, or comment for your media outlet, email