A party, which was attended by more than 800 guests from 30 countries, took place at the Sky Beach rooftop bar of the Intercontinental hotel in St Julians.
Delta Night opened with a speech by Abdala Kablan, organizer of the Delta Summit, and Silvio Schembri, the representative of the Parliament of Malta. Then there was a panel discussion “Malta is a small nation with big ambitions”.
In addition to Kablan and Schembri, Rachel Wolfson, a journalist for Bitcoin Magazine, Forbes, the Bad Crypto Podcast and The Merkle, and other experts took part

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