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Fort Lauderdale Broward County Convention Center 1950 Eisenhower Blvd Fort Lauderdale , Florida 33316
Tel: (954) 765-4466
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The Blockchain Event - East 2018

Attendees

-

Exhibitors

9

Register

$199 - $696

Overview

Event Overview:

Get The Tools You Need to Navigate Blockchain Terrain and Opportunities

Join the entrepreneurs, developers, industry leaders and investors at The Blockchain Event this February 15 - 16, 2018, in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Learn everything about blockchain business models which will take this distributed ledger technology into every market imaginable from shipping to commerce.

Learn how ICOs and cryptocurrencies can be leveraged to gain customers, add value to company offerings and differentiate products and services.

Industry experts and founders of cutting-edge global startups will discuss everything from fever to CBOE attention and potential regulation and security concerns.

Finally, we will focus on what the future holds for blockchain and electronic currency in general.

Topics Covered Include:

  • Blockchain Training
    Lecture sessions will include examinations of the different types of distributed ledgers, from permissioned ones to the bitcoin blockchain, detailed explanation of how their networks operate their transaction processing and smart contract features, their methods for establishing consensus and best practises for securing blockchain applications.
  • Internet of Value
    The blockchain will lead to an explosion of tradeable assets across borders at a fraction of the current cost associated with settlement and in virtual real-time. Put simply, it makes transferring value as easy as sending email. This will disrupt commerce and financial institutions to an unprecedented level, including the disintermediation of the financial system, increased global financial inclusion and even being an enabler of the 4th industrial revolution. Explore the potentials of blockchain technology revolutionizing capital markets, trade finance, international and domestic payments and insurance.
  • Web 3.0, Decentralization & Cryptography
    In the beginning the web was a decentralized publishing platform for static, hyperlinked media, primarily for human consumption. In the second phase, which we are still in, the web has changed to being a series of dynamic and siloed application platforms for both human and machine participation, these platforms are centrally controlled networks where content and commerce are powered by members and user participation. In these sessions we will discuss how Blockchain technologies, advancements in P2P hypermedia, with roots in both p2p file sharing systems and content centric networking, can lead to a third phase of the web; a democratized and global distribution platform that breaks down walled gardens and puts content producers truly in charge of their business.
  • Emerging Opportunities
    Discover how Blockchain Technology can benefit a wide spectrum of industries. Some applications we will cover include the impact of blockchains in the energy and utilities industry, the media industry, both from a production and distribution perspective, the telecom industry, healthcare, government and the public sector.
  • Regulations & Policy for a Decentralized World
    Any technology as transformative as the blockchain comes with a myriad of regulatory challenges, with the financial industry looking at the blockchain as its foundational technology platform, regulators across the globe are keenly focusing their attention on the legal and regulatory implications of this technology. It is essential for all parties evaluating blockchain technologies and all decision makers in technology, finance, law and government organizations to understand the emerging regulatory implications that come with an Internet of Value.
  • Speculating on the Future
    What comes after the blockchain in the evolution of the Internet of Value? What role will mobile phones play in a cashless society with myriad of currencies and things that look like currencies? Can the interplay of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations, Machine Intelligence and the Internet of Things be the 4th industrial revolution? Come join us to discuss these topics and more.

Exhibitor Information:

The Blockchain Event is the leading forum for entrepreneurs, developers, industry leaders and investors to Learn everything about blockchain business models. As a sponsor and exhibitor, you will gain access to hundreds of powerful players making investments and new connections.

Attendees include:

  • ICO Enthusiasts
  • Financial Services
  • Legal Sector
  • App Developers
  • VC & Investors
  • Mobile/eCommerce
  • Government
  • Industry Analysts
  • ICO Media

Agenda

Feb 15   

9:00-9:25am

Thursday - 2/15/18

Blockchain Trailblazers
BC-01

Jason Kelley

IBM

Organizations and consortia across industries are rapidly looking to unleash the exponential business value of blockchain technologies. Early adopters have already identified key benefits from blockchains including cost, immutability, transparency and new business models. Learn how these blockchain trailblazers have partnered to design, develop and rapidly adopt digital ledgers, digital identity, trust and transparency with Blockchain.

9:30-9:55am

Thursday - 2/15/18

Blockchain 101
BC-02

Steven Nerayoff

Ethereum

10:00-10:55am

Thursday - 2/15/18

Blockchain Panel Session in Development
BC-03

According to Gartner, the primary goal of all UC solutions is to improve user productivity and to enhance the business processes related to communications and collaboration. The question is, do UC solutions actually enhance business processes, or are they merely a complicated, unreliable, expensive add-on to the PBX that doesn’t deliver the necessary ROI? Is UC the answer to business success? Are other alternatives more likely to deliver business results? What is the real value of UC and how should you use it to grow your business?

11:00-11:25am

Thursday - 2/15/18

Telco Blockchain
BC-04

Blockchain, The underpinning technology behind popular virtual currencies, have great features, like transparency and immutability. This session explores technology fundamental and how a communication provider can take advantage of the technology and empower customer with various value added service like identity, money transfers, billing, roaming, KYC and others.

11:30-11:55am

Thursday - 2/15/18

Powering the AR Revolution with Blockchain and ICO
BC-05

Clifford Gross

Lucyd ltd

Many versions of smart glasses and AR products have hit the market, but with little success. This session will detail how a token sale (ICO) and blockchain technology are driving the next generation of AR and smart glass development, and will help create an application ecosystem modekl that can be replicated for any number of markets.

12:00-12:55pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

The Rise of Cryptocurrency
BC-06

Carl Ford (Moderator)

Crossfire Media

Marc Lesnick

Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc

Eric Weiss

Blockchain Investment Group

Though bitcoin is the most widely recognized, there are more than 1,000 cryptocurrencies in circulation today. What’s the difference between cryptocurrencies? Why is one more successful than others? What are investors looking for? Should you launch your own ICO? Why, how, and what will you gain? What does it take to become a mainstream digital currency?

1:00pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

Lunch Break
BCX-02

2:00-2:25pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

Blockchain Session in Development
BC-07

2:30-2:55pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

How Bitcoin Made an 18-Year-Old a Millionaire
BC-08

As cryptocurrency becomes more mainstream, this session will provide insight into how a now-18-year-old bitcoin millionaire and entrepreneur turned a $1,000 gift from his grandmother into $100,000 by the age of 15. The focus will include obstacles experienced in the bitcoin world as well as current regulatory issues and political viewpoints, and trends and projections for 2018 in regard to bitcoin and cryptocurrency, in general. With a unique perspective on bitcoin, the session will also address the potential for blockchain technology and cryptocurrency to impact society on a broader scale and how it will relate to other technologies in roboticcs, aerospace, security, military.

3:00-3:55pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

Blockchain Innovation Case Studies
BC-09

Avi Aisenberg

South Florida Distillers

Susan Akbarpour

Mavatar Technologies

As the opportunity presented by Blockchain technology becomes more widely recognized, it’s uses cases are widening into a variety of markets. This session will discuss several new Blockchain implementations, their development, and their impact on market participants.

4:15pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

General Session

IDEA Showcase: Startup Pitch Networking Event & Reception
GS-02

4:25pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

Keynote Presentation

IDEA Showcase Opening Keynote by Windstream
GS-03

8:00pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

The Blockchain Event / ITEXPO Party at The Atlantic Hotel
BCX-03

11:00am-4:00pm

Thursday - 2/15/18

The Blockchain Event / ITEXPO Exhibit Hall Open
BCX-01

Feb 16   

11:00-2:00pm

Friday - 2/16/18

The Blockchain Event / ITEXPO Exhibit Hall Open
BCX-04

9:00-9:55am

Friday - 2/16/18

Data Security in the Age of Bitcoin
BC-10

Carl Ford (Moderator)

Crossfire Media

Felix Shipkevich

Shipkevich PLLC

Nick Spanos

Bitcoin Center NY

Though blockchains are reportedly more secure that other transactional databases, there has been no shortage of hacking efforts – some successful, others not. What security implications are inherent with blockchains and cryptocurrency? How will blockchain technology advance security as it becomes more prevalent?

10:00-10:25am

Friday - 2/16/18

Big Data and Blockchains
BC-11

Tom Plunkett

Oracle

As blockchain applications and uses cases evolve, the next logical step is blockchain analytics. This session will discuss how big data and data science can be used to analyze blockchain applications, both from a perspective of analyzing the sequence of transactions in a ledger of transactions as well as analyzing the peer-to-peer network that is used to achieve consensus.

10:30-10:55am

Friday - 2/16/18

Beyond Bitcoin: Blockchain in the Enterprise
BC-12

Nelson Petracek

TIBCO Software Inc.

Successful businesses today require close collaboration with organizations throughout the digital value chain. This includes the need to share data in a manner that is distributed, secure, and immediate – establishing a true data network. Most people have heard of Bitcoin, and may also know that blockchain is one of the underlying concepts behind this cryptocurrency. However, what does this mean for the broader enterprise? How can technologies related to blockchain be applied in various verticals, and what does this mean for traditional database-centric approaches? This session will discuss how blockchain and associated concepts, such as distributed ledgers and smart contracts, may be applied to any organization to build a data network that is secure, shared, and capable of delivering information in seconds rather than days – leading to a better digital experience for your customers.

11:00-11:55am

Friday - 2/16/18

ICOs: The Next Wave of Investing
BC-13

Deborah Hoffman

Symmetry Blockchain Advisors, Inc.

David Silver

Silver Miller

Rich Tehrani (Moderator)

TMC

Andrey Voronkov

DigitalBioPharm, Ltd.

The rise of cryptocurrencies has given rise to a new financing mechanism, Initial Coin Offerings. ICOs, of course, can be used for several legitimate purposes, including startup funding and corporate financing, but also provides fertile ground for questionable funding activity and total fraud. This session examines cryptocurrency investment from early ICOs to regulation to the impact ICOs will have going forward.

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