Jag Sidhu Selected to Speak at the Blockchain Conference Vancouver

TORONTO, Aug. 28, 2018 — Blockchain Foundry Inc. (“BCF” or the “Company”) (CSE:BCFN)(FWB:8BF)(OTC:BLFDF) is pleased to announce that Jag Sidhu, CTO of BCF and co-creator of Syscoin, has been selected to speak at The Blockchain Conference Vancouver taking place August 28th in Vancouver, BC.

Mr. Sidhu is an invited speaker at the conference and will participate in a panel discussion regarding blockchain and cryptocurrency, cutting-edge implementations of blockchain technology and the best use cases for blockchain.

“This conference will be a great way to share BCF’s wealth of blockchain implementation knowledge. I am excited to team up with other great names in the space to share our knowledge about how business and blockchain can easily coexist,” said Mr. Sidhu.

With over 8 years of experience in blockchain technology and implementation, Mr. Sidhu infuses a wealth of technological knowledge into the panel’s extensive blockchain and cryptocurrency development experience to create a one of a kind educational panel.

Mr. Sidhu and the Blockchain Foundry team are redefining how organizations store and secure their data. Through the development of user-friendly, creative, blockchain-based business solutions, they are working to increase data security and functionality while reducing business costs.

About Blockchain Foundry Inc.

Blockchain Foundry develops and commercializes blockchain-based business solutions and provides consulting services to corporate clients seeking to incorporate blockchain technology in their businesses.

Media Contact Information:

Christopher Marsh
Chief Financial Officer
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