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Blockchain technology today forms the basis of on-line secure ledger/settlement system. Blockchain is gaining momentum since it has multifaceted applications and is moving towards mainstream adoption. The global Blockchain technology market is predicted to rise from $210m in 2016 to $2.31bn by 2021. In this event, tutorial followed by multi-speaker summit, leading venture capitalists and angel investors will examine the emerging Blockchain technology and its contributions to on-line secure settlement system in multiple industry sectors.
Blockchain has many applications – in supply chains, healthcare, global monetary systems, financial technologies, energy trading, music, electronic record authentication, delivery of Government services and many more. As a result the Blockchain technology is expected to have significant impact on various industries and so it is critical for stakeholders to formulate careful legal and business strategies around this new business models as the technology and infrastructure, as well as the corresponding market appetite and regulatory structures, evolve rapidly in disparate global markets.
This Summit brings together Blockchain technologists in the finance sector, regulators, industry commentators, computer science researchers and others involved in innovation; these experts explore some of the technology and the many applications of Blockchain.
A 45 minute presentation covering the current challenges in Blockchain Adoption from a "Crossing the Chasm" perspective. It will cover why Blockchain can be considered at the Chasm and why the pragmatists in Enterprises have concerns about adopting Blockchain. The later part will cover some of the approaches that could jump start main stream adoption of Blockchain technology.
"Blockchain and Advertising Transparency" - As the digital ad industry has grown the ad fraud issue has grown to $16 billion and after 10 years the major executives in the industry say the problem continues to grow and there hasn’t been a complete solution just yet. For example, there was a bot farm that took millions of dollars of revenue from video advertisers and what it did was automatically open the same video over and over and each video view represented $0.05-$0.10 of revenue.
So with many millions of automated views the farm took millions of dollars. Clearly, this is an untenable situation. But technology has come of age to solve it, and with the distributed ledger (the blockchain), one can create a tamper-proof record of where ad quality is high and where it is low. An explanation of this paradigm shift is the crux of this presentation.
Tokenization of traditional assets in the coming years will have an impact on liquidity across multiple asset classes. This includes real estate, venture capital funds, equities, and bonds. In this talk, successful blockchain investor and advisor Kirill Bensonoff will provide ideas, tips and tactics to help individuals identify ways to utilize blockchain and cryptocurrencies to capitalize on these new trends as they become the forefront of the digital finance revolution.
Specifically, Kirill will highlight: - The limited factors around crypto diversification within digital currencies alone - The diversification benefits to tokenizing traditional asset classes - The checklist of pro’s and con’s when weighing the value of tokenizing different types of assets - Case study examples: tokenizing various elements of real estate (from lending to fractional property ownership), tokenizing software licenses, innovating traditional industry solutions with blockchain + crowdfunding with digital currencies vs. VC fund raises. From inventing new business models and products that can benefit from blockchain innovation, to considering why to diversify across traditional and crypto asset classes – attendees will walk away with a clearer understanding of new opportunities they can seize as all things blockchain evolve and come of age
Tokenization is becoming a ubiquitous strategy for governance of decentalized autonomous organizations. This presentation by Dr Harpreet Singh, the founder of Harvard-incubated Expercoin protocol, focuses on how marketplaces can create transactional economies on the blockchain through tokenization and by applying trust scores to the interactions between participants.
In the Consumer market (Fashion) Market, BlockChain can be used as ‘trace ability technology’. Essentially, enable the consumer to know more information about the products they consume and businesses are looking for more efficient ways to track their relationships with suppliers. Track from cotton seeds to Apparel retail shelves to know about the myriad of eco-friendly measures and adoption of fair manufacturing processes.
Blockchain’s have many characteristics that make them potentially useful for supply chain applications. However, using blockchain for data storage and execution can be thousands of time slower and more expensive than traditional computing resources. Furthermore, there are decades and hundreds of millions of person-hours invested in developing and refining existing supply chain systems and applications. The vast majority of blockchain applications for supply chain will thereby be comprised of a combination of blockchain integrated with other technologies, such as supply chain optimization and execution applications, network analytics, traditional databases, workflow, global trade services, and so forth.
In particular, Network SaaS platforms can achieve many of the same benefits as blockchains. A natural question is which functionality belongs in a Network SaaS platform and which belongs in the blockchain. We will explore the intersection of these two technologies, and how blockchain is/should be integrated with other supply chain technology. In this talk you will hear about:
We will look at specific use cases, such as produce freshness management, anti-counterfeiting, and supply chain optimization, as examples to see how this applies in real-world applications.
Blockchain is revolutionizing industries around the world, but the entertainment industry has been hesitant to jump on board. With splintering viewers and a saturation of available content, content creators must continually innovate to create new ways to connect with their consumers.
Enter blockchain - the technology with the ability to catalyze fandoms and further engage audiences in a whole new way. Clay Space will take attendees though the applications of blockchain for the entertainment industry using his project BACK TO EARTH as a use case for the technology.
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