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CoinDesk's Consensus 2017, the world's largest annual blockchain summit, brought together 2,700 attendees last month from a wide variety of blockchain communities.
But with three days worth of concurrent tracks – and more than 50 different panels and workshops – it might have been easy to miss some of the big moments from the event.
We're excited to announce that video recordings of all of the panels, workshops and keynotes that took place on Monday and Tuesday are now available for replay right here on CoinDesk.
To watch the recordings, head over to the Consensus 2017 video replay page where you can tune in and hear from the more than 200 experts and thought leaders that attended the event.
For those who were unable to attend this year – but would like to join us at Consensus 2018 – registration is now open, so don't miss out on the opportunity to take part in our next flagship event.
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