Dominik is one of the developers behind IOTA, a decentralized network and distributed ledger for the Machine Economy. IOTA's design introduces a number of novel concepts to the world of digital currency as it aims to address the intersection between the Blockchain and IoT.
Jos is a senior IT Architect from IBM with a focus on the application of the Internet of Things and the Blockchain in the energy and utilities sector. Louis is IBM's Blockchain Leader Benelux and is currently working on a Blockchain proof of technology for the RDW, the motor vehicle and licensing authority for The Netherlands.
Nathalie Drost from Bitcoin Wednesday on Bitcoin and Blockchain Education in The Netherlands.
Nathalie just completed the research project “Hybrid Banking: A Decentralized System with Intrinsic Multiple Mediums of Exchange” at the University of Nijmegen. She is helping us create a national network of students and educators committed to helping the next generation discover the digital currency revolution.
Max is one of the creators of Lisk and his team is one of the surprise success stories of the first half of 2016: After a successful crowd sale that raised $5.8 million in February, Lisk now has a market cap of more than $31 million and ranks among the world's ten biggest cryptocurrencies.
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At our previous event on 6 July, our 3-year anniversary, we proudly presented:
• Prediction Markets: Components and Use Cases by Stefan George, technical co-founder of Gnosis, a decentralized prediction market based on Ethereum and supported by Consensys.
• Generation Blockchain: How Young Blockchainers Can Make An Impact by Dean Masley, the Executive Director of the Blockchain Education Network. an association of more than 150 student groups about the blockchain at colleges and university around the world. Dean announced the creation of the Dutch national chapter of BEN, open to Dutch students around the country, which will be hosted by Bitcoin Wednesday.
• Decentralized Autonomous Organizations: Where Do We Go From Here? by Dominik Zynis, Head of Communications for the blockchain incubator, ChainLAB, and advisor to Wings.ai, a platform to create and manage DAOs based on both Rootstock and Ethereum smart contracts.
• Providing Centralized Data to Decentralized Apps by Thomas Bertani, founder of Oraclize, a service that cryptographically verifies the accuracy of data to be used by smart contracts on the Internet.
• Future Scenarios: Innovation of the Financial-Monetary System by Martijn Jeroen van der Linden, a researcher at the TU Delft's department of Economics and Technology Innovation and one of the leaders of the recent citizens' initiative that brought the debate about the monetary system to the floor of the Tweede Kamer in March 2016.
• Nikolas Guggenberger, policy advisor to Jakob von Weizsäcker, the European Parliament’s rapporteur on virtual currencies and blockchain technology.