Day 2

29 November 2018

Blockchain Technologies – Day 2

There has been a flurry of new start ups, announcements, new user cases, and applications being developed using blockchain technology. Research provides strong evidence that blockchain technology could transform existing business models and invent new forms of business in a profound way. The Blockchain technologies track examines key challenges for developers building these initiatives, you will also hear from a number of innovative Blockchain start ups, their business cases, and case studies, and be able to see how to partner with a number of emerging technology players to forward your Blockchain services. According to Markets and Markets, the global blockchain technology market is expected to rise from $210m in 2016 to $2.31bn by 2021. In this session, leading venture capitalists and investors will examine the emerging blockchain technology landscape and why there is so much attention around the sector. The blockchain technologies track look at how Blockchain companies are creating disruptive solutions to real world problems.


Blockchain Technologies Day 2: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks


Keynote Panel: What Does the Future Hold for Blockchain Technology – Where Do We Think We Will Be In 2030?


Keynote: Tokenization on the Blockchain


Blockchain for Telecommunications Networks


Networking Break


Blockchain as a Service (Baas)


Physical Asset and Anti-Counterfeit Certification


Case Study: Voting


How to Properly Manage Risk and Increase Liquidity

  • Introduction to risk management for Crypto Platform owners
  • Identifying real and perceived risk and increasing liquidity
  • Covering crypto mining, trading and exchange platforms


Networking Lunch


Afternoon Keynote: Next Generation of Blockchain ID Verification

  • Eliminates the need for usernames and passwords blockchain
  • Using blockchain technology to authorize and validate identity, shared data is completely secure
  • Streamlining identity management for the enterprise, banks, online retailers, airlines and anywhere logins are required.


Panel: Identity Management and Verification on Blockchain

  • Self-sovereign identity owned by the individual, backed by blockchain
  • How to achieve compliance and regulation, prevent fraud, identity theft, and data breach and reduce costs, complexity, and unreliability
  • Transforming public nodes into private nodes
  • Improving anti-counterfeit measures in digital identity solutions


Case Study: Cloud Technology for Blockchains


Case Study 3


Case Study 4


Meet Up 2


Session Close