About the Event

Blockchain technology today forms the basis of on-line secure ledger/settlement and is moving towards mainstream adoption. The global Blockchain technology market is predicted to rise from $210m in 2016 to $2.31bn by 2021.

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 these new business models as the technology and infrastructure, as well as the corresponding market appetite and regulatory structures, evolve rapidly in disparate global markets.

Our speakers at this event are subject experts and they will examine and analyse the impact on various industries, the challenges and opportunities that Blockchain presents. Presentations, short tutorials, interactive panel discussions and solution-based case studies will focus on learning and building partnerships in the emerging Blockchain space

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Top 5 Reasons To Attend a Blockchain Technology Conference

1. Explore the use cases of Blockchain, business models and blockades that can upkeep your digital transformation.

2. Hear the latest strategies from the world’s best experts on Blockchain, Distributed Ledgers, Crypto-currencies, Smart Contracts, DApps and more.

3. Acquire hands-on experience of how Blockchain technology works, where it can be useful, through real-time use cases.

4. Join with global Blockchain experts and adopters to expand your community.

5. Network with 150+ Attendees joining from different nations

Who Should Attend

Attendees will include CIOs, COOs, CTOs, Head of Data Science, Heads of Innovation, Heads of IT, Heads of Information Security, Heads of Engineering, Heads of IT Architecture, Heads of Emerging Technology, Heads of Development, Technical Advisors, Heads of Strategy, Heads of Compliance, Business Transformation, Data Architecture, Heads of Applications, Heads of Digital, Investors, Venture Capitalists, Heads of Risk, Software Engineers, Research Managers, Development Managers, Marketing Managers, Developers, Blockchain Start Ups and more.

Inspiring Keynotes

Reinventing Experiences


Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy

Customer Success Officer

Harman Connected Services

Revolutionizing the World

Visionary Speakers

Nilotpal Mukherjee

Marlin Protocol

Girish Nuli

Antara Software

Mohan Satyaranjan

Taqanal Energy Pvt. Ltd

Araf Karsh Hamid

MetaMagic Global

Sohan Lal Nautiyal

BC DLT Solution

Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy

Harman Connected Services

Amit Rao

Trusted Objects

Virendra Gupta

Research Scholar – Innovation

Ramakrishnan TV

SAP Labs India

Raghavendra Deshmukh

SAP Labs India

Ashish Srivastava

ITC Infotech

Murali Duvvuru


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Event Programme

8:45AM - 09:00AM


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09:00AM - 09:30AM

Dr. Shankar.Ramamoorthy, Customer Success Officer, HARMAN Connected Services

Conference Overview & Unblocking The Blocks

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“We don’t want Block chain, we want Block chain inspired..”
The abstract of this talk it to dispel the myths about Block Chain technology. With these kinds of high expectations comes intense public interest and speculation, leading to the generation of a number of myths and misconceptions around the application of blockchain technology. The speaker will be discussing seven key myths in his presentation.

  • Blockchain myth 1: “The blockchain” exists
  • Blockchain myth 2: Blockchain is infinitely scalable
  • Blockchain myth 3: Blockchain usage eliminates fraud
  • Blockchain myth 4: Blockchain usage is free
  • Blockchain myth 5: Blockchain will revolutionise banking
  • Blockchain myth 6: Blockchain has no business applications
  • Blockchain myth 7: Blockchain is a “disruptive technology”

  • Blockchain technology has the potential to greatly change the way you do business and benefit your organisation, but without the correct understanding of how blockchain transactions and networks function you won’t be able to truly harness the power of blockchain technology.

    09:30AM - 10:00AM

    Nilotpal Mukherjee, Co-Founder & Chief Business Officer, Marlin Protocol

    The Scaling journey for Block-chains

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    The wide-scale research and adoption of Blockchain ecosystem has carved out an imminent need for a secure and scalable infrastructure. Especially for the new world of Decentralized applications the infra is still too fragile, and nascent, and that\'s what has primarily driven investor attention to fund research work on unique areas of Blockchain Scaling. This discussion would run you through the unique exploratory journey of Block-chain scaling, and help you understand the Scaling Journey for Block-chains through its past, present and future.

    10:00AM - 10.30AM

    Panel Discussion - How blockchain will change the way companies do business

    Dr. Shankar.Ramamoorthy, Customer Success Officer, HARMAN Connected Services

    Sohan Lal Nautiyal, VP & Blockchain Solution Architect, BC DLT Solution

    Girish Nuli, Founder and CEO, Antara Software and Consulting

    10.30AM - 11:00AM

    Sohan Lal Nautiyal, VP & Blockchain Solution Architect, BC DLT Solution

    Emerging form of value using Blockchain

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    Digital technology has disrupted business, Internet is great for collaboration and communication, cloud for central application, there is disruption and revolution in the technology, Blockchain and which is going to add significant value in business.

  • Faster dealing of transaction across border with low fees
  • Faster settlement of trade
  • High cost saving by going away of third-party intermediaries
  • Facilitates transparency, high availability and security of data
  • Don’t need a mediator, centralized administrator or a trusted third party to verify transactions
  • Audit trail, traceability and provenance in business network
  • Records added in blockchain are immutable
  • Blockchain network create an ecosystem for secure transfer, authorization, integrity, and authenticity of data

    Use of Blockchain technology for secure storage, immutable, traceable of Medical records, certificates, Employment records, Land records

    11:00AM - 11:30AM

    Networking Break

    Tea with Cookies

    11.30AM - 12:00PM

    Girish Nuli, Founder and CEO, Antara Software and Consulting

    Blockchain and AI: Powering the future

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    The future is exciting! Over the past few years, a wide range of interesting technologies have picked up steam and promise to change the way we think and work. Two technologies that have the potential to create significant impact on our lives are Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. Blockchain is a technology that has the potential to impact a lot of industry verticals by transforming processes that take significant time, effort and resources today. Combined with the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence, the applications are limitless. In this talk, you will learn how Blockchain is being leveraged by enterprises in different verticals, and how it can be combined with artificial intelligence to create intelligent applications that can quickly deal with massive amounts of data and make smart decisions.

    12:00PM - 12:30PM

    Araf Karsh Hamid, Co-Founder / CTO, MetaMagic Global

    Introduction to Blockchain and Hyperledger Fabric

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    Understanding the internals of Blockchain Technology like Distributed Ledger, Smart Contracts etc. Hyperledger Fabric is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. In the Enterprise scenario, it's critical to have Privacy and Trust along with Shared Ledger and Smart Contract technologies and move from Systems of Records to Systems of Proof. The solution for Enterprises comprises of Consensus among the Parties before a transaction is committed. Provenance - Origin of the asset can be easily tracked and the transactions are immutable and the Shared Ledger is a Single source of truth. HyperLedger Fabric has primarily focused on these concepts, and it's is a global collaboration, hosted by The Linux Foundation, including leaders in finance, banking, IoT, supply chain, manufacturing, and technology.

    12:30PM - 01:00PM

    Blockchain Tussle- Finals

    01:00PM - 02:00PM

    Lunch Break

    Five star buffet for everybody

    02:00PM - 02:30PM

    Michael Isaac, Senior Project Manager, Volvo

    Intranet of Value – Blockchain in Enterprises

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    Beyond the hype and din in the Blockchain world there has been a restrained evolution underway. The adoption of the technology in the formal structured world of enterprises is maturing slow but steady. This presentation talks about the introduction of Blockchain in Volvo to address critical business cases, and in the process set in motion the spread of the “Intranet of Value”, with a potential to encompass various facets of the organisation.

    The strategy has been to “Wrap and Reuse” instead of “Rip and Replace” to establish the feasibility of using the Blockchain technology, and getting the Business buy-in to use it for addressing larger problems. In addition, the aim has been to nurture the Blockchain competency in the organization in line with the long-term vision and way of working.

    Volvo has been one of the front-runners in adapting disruptive technologies to enhance business value and user experience.

    02:30PM - 03:00PM

    Vishwanath Shastry, Vice Preseident, Unocoin

    Blockchain with AI and IoT: the Power of Technological Convergence

    03:00PM - 03:30PM

    Senthil Kumaresan, Principal Consultant & Digital Strategist, Wipro
    Afsal Marattil, Architect, Wipro

    Advanced Asset Management, empowering machines to make autonomous decisions using IoT & Blockchain

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    Blockchain has evolved from financial services and has moved to disrupt every other industry including Manufacturing. In the last few years, we have witnessed the trend of reducing the asset downtime and moving from a planned to a proactive & predictive maintenance using IoT. And today with Blockchain the thinking has moved one step further ahead – “Maximizing the asset utilization potential” by leveraging both IoT & Blockchain. It enables OEM’s & asset owners to realize the new industry trend “Gig Economy of Machines”. At the end of the talk, the audience will be able to visualize an use case & a technical solution of integrating IoT, Blockchain & Smart Contracts to solve real business problems for the new world.

    03:30PM - 04:00PM

    Networking Break

    Tea with Cookies

    04:00PM - 04:30PM

    Amit Rao, Vice President, Trusted Objects

    How Blockchain can improve Data Security

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    Blockchain can be best defined as - A decentralized, immutable distributed electronic ledger built on a trust model. Employing cryptography, transactions are recorded chronologically and publicly, each one time-stamped and linked to the previous one. Most importantly, these digital blocks can only be updated through the consensus of all participants, with modification, data interception and deletion near impossible.

    The 2017 World Economic Forum report predicted that by 2025, 10% of global GDP will be stored on blockchains or blockchain-related technology. Touted as a major technology disruption for numerous industries, it can also be transformative in the realm of cyber security. Confidentiality, integrity and availability, also known as the CIA triad, is a model designed to guide policies for information security and blockchain can play across the triad, hence offering improved resilience, auditing and transparency.

    During the session, we will learn about Blockchain security architecture, applications & use cases in data security, blockchain in IoT security, limitations & vulnerabilities

    08:30AM – 09:00AM


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    09:00AM - 09:15AM


    Conference Overview

    09:15AM - 09:50AM

    Sriram “Sri” Kannan, IBM

    Blockchain for Business, Enterprise and Regulation

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    09.50AM - 10.20AM

    Networking Break

    Tea with Cookies

    10.20AM - 10:55AM

    Ashish Bhatia, Senior Director and Global Head, Harman

    Blockchain for Enterprise

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    Governments are flush with data emanating from various sources like passport, tax information and other government records. Blockchain’s applicability to this sector is much obvious. In this session, we will focus on the applicability of Blockchain in the Enterprise sector where it has the potential to create impact for the end user which in turn translates to each and every citizen of the world. Let us examine some use cases of how Blockchain would positively impact the life of billions of people around the world and whether it is all reality or hype. Also, we will assess where is Blockchain now and how far is it from making a real impact.

    10.55AM - 11:30PM

    Mohan Satyaranjan, Founder CTO/Director, Taqanal Energy Pvt. Ltd

    Developing Blockchain Applications and Technologies

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    Supply chains are complex, involving multiple players across geographies. Often they span national boundaries. Pilferage, fraud, and malpractices are common. Consequently, members of the supply chain invest immensely in legal due diligence, and indemnification. These come at a cost.

    Losses in a supply chain can be as high as 50% or more. While pilferage, fraud, and malpractices account for most of the losses, significant losses also happen due to delays while negotiating contracts, and in legal reviews. Inherent lack of trust among the parties involved necessitates the legal due diligence despite its high cost, and cycle-time. Big businesses are often conducted in partnership of long trusted partners. This inhibits competition, and fair play.

    Increasingly, consumers (customers in general) are demanding to know more about the product they are buying (Is it genuine? Where did it come from? What standards does this comply to?...), and they want authentic answers that they can trust.

    Blockchains, as they automate trust, address all the above expectations in a scalable (a retail chain may have a few million items in its inventory) items in its inventory), and cost-effective manner. The talk discusses in detail, how, and why Blockchain is disrupting the Supply chain for the better.

    11:30AM - 12:05PM

    Virendra Gupta, Research Scholar – Innovation

    Innovation strategies for Blockchain startups

    12:05PM - 12:40PM

    Ramakrishnan TV, Chief Product Owner - Digital Core Banking, SAP Labs India

    “Intelligent Enterprise- Blockchain – What is big challenge - Regulatory compliance (accountability and data security) vs Technology”

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    Focus of the session on how the new Technology trends like Blockchain, Big data, IoT and Machine Learning are driving the Innovation, in the same time bringing lot of challenges in terms of data privacy laws, data moving out of country, data misused without concern from the users. Few thoughts on how regulators, Banks, Insurers, Fintech companies and corporates to join hands to bring in changes which allow the technology industry to leverage the new trends at the same time take care of security, privacy issues. The enterprise are trying very hard to bring in new innovations, but is regulation a big challenge- overall try to discuss what is big challenge Technology vs Regulation”

    12:40PM - 01:40PM

    Lunch Break

    Five star buffet for everybody

    01:40PM - 02:15PM

    Raghavendra RajaRao Deshmukh, Sr. Product Development Manager, SAP Labs India

    Supply Chain and Blockchain - Demo

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    International Shipping and specifically Ocean Shipping Trade currently is governed by Old UN conventions and involves many parties like Sellers, Buyers, Banks, Freight Forwarders, Brokers, Agents, Carriers etc exchanging a variety of information like Commercial Invoices, Bills of Lading, Purchase Orders, Export/Import Customs Declaration etc via Paper based documents and storing information in disparate IT systems. Identifying the One Single Version of Truth and reconciling information amongst the various IT systems becomes a problem. Add to this the creation and manual exchange of documents adds time delays and cost escalations and creates inefficiencies. Secure ways of releasing Cargo is also a problem. Given these problems, Blockchain can help all these Partners to get consistent access to information, store digitally signed immutable versions of the documents, transfer document ownerships and securely release Cargo to the rightful parties. In this session we shall talk about how the SAP Digital Supply Chain group has used Blockchain Technologies and Services to solve some of the problems prevalent in the Supply Chain/Logistics industry.

    02:15PM -02:50PM

    Ashish Srivastava, General Manager & Global Practice Lead, ITC Infotech

    Using Blockchain for Media Traceability

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    With the faster adoption of digital technologies, web, social media and mobiles it is difficult to trace the IPs. Original owner of the IP, has no control over his/her digital contents once it’s being leaked. This is especially true in case of Media contents like photos and videos. Once leaked, these contents can never be retrieved and one's control over the IP is lost forever. Sometimes, these images and videos are quite personal which goes viral and distorts one's career and even social status.

    Even Cybercrime teams are unable to trace each and every instance of such contents who created it, who copied it, who passed it to others and who morphed it.

    Therefore, Media traceability through Blockchain could help to be a boon in this area. This could also be an extension over JPEG and MPEG formats and would require new codecs to be developed. Original Author will have the right to delete all the instances of such media, trace forward and backward. This will also help cyber crime teams to respond to the reported crime in a shorter span of time.

    02:50PM - 03:20PM

    Networking Break

    Tea with Cookies

    03:20PM -03:55PM

    Murali Duvvuru, Co-Founder, Cognitochain

    Role of Blockchain in Financial Inclusion

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    Financial inclusion is an important step to alleviate poverty. For an un or underbanked person, getting access to wide variety of financial products and services, could potentially change lives. Blockchain Technology increases transparency and trust between two parties, whether it’s individuals or organisations which intern helps in reducing the operational costs and increases efficiency. By its decentralized nature, it can assist several microfinancing bodies without the need for mediators or central authorities. Furthermore, smart contracts make repaying these loans easier by creating a bond based on the terms and conditions specified for repayment.

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    99, Residency Rd, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560025



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