Want to go to a blockchain conference somewhere different than the usual Las Vegas, London or New York? How about North Korea?

That could happen in October, according to the Straits Times in Singapore, which cites a report by U.S.-based Radio Free Asia. The conference will take place in the capital, Pyongyang, over two days starting Oct. 1, with a visit to the nation’s “business officials” on Oct. 3.

North Korea appears to want to show off its blockchain-enabled capabilities, an unnamed security expert reportedly told RFA.

Will Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un make an appearance or his friend, the potcoin (POT)-hyping Dennis Rodman, presuming this conference even happens? Stay tuned. Read more here.

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