• Paris Blockchain Week will feature 10,000 attendees and more than 400 speakers from the industry.
• The event is taking place amid strikes and protests over proposed pension reforms in France.
• Travelers to Paris should be aware of potential disruptions, budget more time for transit, and ask hotel managers or hosts for information on safe routes.
Paris Blockchain Week
Paris Blockchain Week will gather some of the most influential figures in Web3 and blockchain tech. It will feature 10,000 attendees and more than 400 speakers from the industry. This year’s event will take place from March 20-24 at a new location, le Carrousel du Louvre. DailyCoin will provide you with up-to-date event coverage at this year’s Paris Blockchain Week.
Unrest in Paris
At the same time as the event, there is major unrest in the French capital due to strikes and protests over proposed pension reforms by President Emmanuel Macron. On Saturday night, protesters clashed with police and set fires on streets while authorities arrested more than 160 people by Sunday morning. In addition, garbage collectors are striking which has led to 10,000 tonnes of trash piling up in the streets of Paris.
Staying Safe During Paris Blockchain Week
Attendees at Paris Blockchain Week should be aware that there could be disruptions to public transit due to these protests and strikes. Travelers should look into scheduling an airport transit to avoid any disruptions as well as ask their hosts or hotel managers for information on safe routes around town during their stay in Paris. Budgeting extra time for transit is also important in case of unforeseen circumstances arising from these events happening around them during their visit..
Advice From Bloomberg
Bloomberg advises travelers to schedule an airport transit if possible and ask their hosts or hotel managers for information on safe routes around town during their stay in Paris. They should also budget extra time for transit just incase unexpected delays occur due to protests or strikes nearby.
Updates From DailyCoin
DailyCoin will provide visitors with up-to-date coverage at this year’s Paris Blockchain Week so they can remain informed about what is going on throughout the city while they attend the event safely