The Smart Contracts Symposium is the industry’s first event fully dedicated to smart contract technologies.
Please note this is a paid conference
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Smart contracts pioneer Nick Szabo is keynoting the event, with featured speakers from Norton Rose Fulbright, Symbiont, Bloq, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Chain, ConsenSys, Deloitte, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, IBM, Microsoft and Perkins Coie.
The Smart Contracts Symposium will bring together more than 250 of the world’s leading financial institutions, legal experts, blockchain technologists and innovators to explore and discuss the adoption of smart contract technologies; as well as a series of exclusive industry announcements and product launches.
Notably, the Smart Contracts Symposium will feature the exclusive debut of Ivy, Chain’s new language for smart contracts. Chain recently released Chain Core Developer Edition, a free and open-source version of its enterprise blockchain platform. Ivy, a domain-specific language designed to write smart contracts for that platform, will be presented to the public for the first time at the Smart Contracts Symposium.
The Smart Contracts Symposium will also feature an exclusive announcement by Microsoft. Attendees will be the first to learn about a new Microsoft project at the cross section of their enterprise initiatives and technology that aligns with their worldwide humanitarian mission.
Attendees will also be the first to receive access to the Smart Contracts Alliance’s new whitepaper. The whitepaper will feature use case studies on a range of topics, including accounting, real estate, insurance, trade and finance, healthcare and more – from leading companies and innovators in their respective industries.
The title sponsor of the event is Deloitte, one of the world’s leading professional service firms. Event sponsors also include Bloq, Chain, IBM, Microsoft, Perkins Coie and Symbiont.