Blockchain: More than a Technology to Support Cryptocurrencies
Blockchain, Hyperledgers, and related distributed authentication and accounting technologies are poised to transform ICT, and is so doing, cause much disintermediation across a wide variety of industry verticals.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are NOT important – The underlying technology behind crypto, Blockchain, is Important!
Lessons learned in FinTech and traditional banking from applying a decentralized authentication, clearing and settlement approach via Blockchain will be applied towards many telecom and computing problems for the benefit of many industry verticals.
IoT in particular is a very promising area as Mind Commerce anticipates that the technology will be one of the key means for authenticating and authorizing IoT transactions. We see Blockchain as a Service representing a key service offering for many market segments to introduce and ultimately adopt this approach as part of business operations.
Blockchain Expo, will be coming to Olympia London, 18-19 April 2018. An opportunity to hear from thought provoking content within blockchain for enterprises, ICO and cryptofinance, transforming financial services, developing blockchain applications and blockchain technologies.
Learn more about Blockchain from the experts that are putting it into practice
Blockchain Expo has been embraced by the blockchain community with notable experts and leading organisations joining the conference agenda. The conference will explore the industries that are set to be disrupted the most by this new technology, including; manufacturing, retail, financial services, legal, healthcare, insurance, energy, music, government, real estate and more.
Event attendees can expect to meet with over 6,000 + like-minded individuals, 300+ exhibitors such as Centra, Stratis and XcelTrip in a series of networking opportunities.
The Blockchain Expo will also allow you to ask questions to the events 200+ thought leading speakers in Q&A sessions. These speakers include:
- Neil Marshall, Global Director at Coca Cola
- Jeremy Millar, Founding board member at Enterprise Ethereum Alliance
- Vincent Doumeizel, Vice President Food and Sustainability at Lloyd’s Register
- Patricia Friedel, Strategy and Deployment lead at Johnson & Johnson
- Thomas Power, Board member at 9 Spokes
- Erik Beijnoff, Business Development at Spotify
- Kapil Dhar, Digital and Transformation CIO at Lloyds Banking Group
- Richard Kastelein, Founder and Publisher at Blockchain News
- Sasha Ivanov, Founder at Waves
- Jo-Jo Hubbard, COO and Co-founder at Electron
- Roberto Garcia, Head of Blockchain IT at Santander
- Mark Simpson, Distinguished Engineer, Innovation Engineering at RBS
- Nicola McCheyne, Head of Ideas Lab at Centrica
- Nigel Collett, Director IT Strategy at BC Ferries
- Julian Gray, Technology Director and BP
- Boris Spremo, Blockchain Innovation at BNY Mellon
Blockchain Technology and Solutions: Market Outlook and Forecasts 2017 – 2022, examines the technology, leading companies, and solutions in the evolving Blockchain ecosystem.
The report evaluates current and anticipated use cases for Blockchain and assesses the market potential globally, regionally, and segmented by deployment type and industry vertical for the period 2017 to 2022.