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MoneyConf's last splash in Madrid

Brexit, crypto-currencies, and the return to Dublin were the hot topics in Madrid, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
8th June, 2017
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Peter Smith of Blockchain (left) takes to the MoneyConf stage

The shutters came down at the [email protected] conference centre in Madrid on Wednesday evening with MoneyConf leaving the Spanish capital to come to Dublin in 2018.

News of the move was announced on the opening morning of the event, run by Web Summit, although Paddy Cosgrave avoided referring to it too much as a homecoming. The founder and chief executive of the conference business was keen to stress Dublin held reasons beyond being the...

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