Blockchain Expo will be arriving in the Santa Clara Convention Center on November 29-30 2017, bringing together 3000+ people across key industries for two days of world-class content from leading brands embracing and developing cutting edge blockchain technologies.
Presented in a series of top-level keynotes, interactive panel discussions and solution-based case studies with a focus on learning and building partnerships in the emerging Blockchain space, Blockchain Expo will explore the industries that are set to be disrupted the most by this new technology, including; legal sectors, financial services, healthcare, insurance, energy, music, government, real estate and more. Blockchain Expo will showcase the latest developments in the Blockchain arena, in both emerging and more established markets.
The Blockchain for Enterprise conference track will take place on November 29-30, and will look at a variety of platforms and services from startups to cloud providers, including developer networks, applications and APIs as well as the impact on legal, finance and government sectors with smart contracts.
The further 2 paid tracks; ‘ICOs & Cryptofinance‘ on day 1 (November 29) and ‘Transforming Financial Services‘ on day 2 (November 30) will explore ICOs, crowdfunding, cryptocurrency, bitcoin, insurance, payments and much more.
The free conference track will be split across 2 key areas ‘Developing Blockchain Applications‘ and ‘Blockchain Technologies’. Over the two days, the focus is on the evolution of blockchain and its applications, and will explore the many launches and trials being conducted, the different uses of blockchain technology in these verticals, and the vast opportunities in these sectors.
Chief Innovation Officer General Electric
Director of Engineering, Driver Team Uber
Director at IBM Blockchain Labs IBM
Managing Director, Head of External Affairs R3
Blockchain technology is starting to encourage a direct value exchange over the internet. It is slowly moving towards mainstream adoption, and removing the friction in the exchange of value over the internet. It is fast approaching an inflection point where enterprise and greater mainstream adoption will ensue. As a result of the considerable structural advantages blockchain technology is expected to have significant impact on industries including payments, finance, insurance, energy, IoT, exchanges, music and many more. This track analyses just these impacts looking at various industries and the challenges and opportunities that blockchain will present to them.