Blockchain For Energy, Sustainability and Social Impact

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Gustav Mahlerplein 1B · Amsterdam

How to find us

Metro 50, 51 & 52, Tram 5 & 6, Bus 15, 55, 62, 65, 199, 242, 341, 346, 348 & 358 12 min. via Intercity from Schiphol 15 min. via North-South Line By car: Q-Park Mahler or Symphony garages. Or Benjamin Brittenstraat 13 is € 2,50 per hour after 1700.

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RSVP without a ticket doesn't guarantee you a spot. See ticket info below for details.


Doors Open: 18:00, including drinks and networking (cash bar).

Program Begins: 19:00


ABN Amro's Sustainability Pavilion, Circl
Gustave Mahlerplein 1B
Near Station Zuid - WTC


"Prediction Markets for Social Good" by Augur Co-Founder Joey Krug

Joey will give an overview of the upcoming release of Augur v2 and cover some of the positive externalities and potential social impacts of prediction markets. In addition to his work on Augur, which was the first ICO on Ethereum, Joey has substantial experience with impact investing in the sector. He has a leading role at Pantera Capital which manages $433 million in capital and has returned billions for its investors.

"Decentralized Renewable Energy Trading" by Mario Pavlovic, Product Owner of Energy Web Origin

Mario will demonstrate the Origin toolkit for tracking and trading renewable energy with blockchain tech.

"Blockchain and Big Energy" by Blockchain Lead Roelof Reineman

Roelof will talk about blockchain use cases for the energy market from a corporate perspective and how it potentially leads to greater sustainability. He has worked for 5 years at Eneco, a producer and supplier of gas, electricity and heat for more than 2 million business and residential customers in The Netherlands.

"The New Supply Chain" by SIM CEO Leontien Hasselman-Plugge

From Brazil and Colombia to Albert Heijn, Leontien will talk about the role of blockchain tech in sustainable development from a supply chain perspective. She will demonstrate how her solution is used to improve social and economic conditions.

"Alice: Smart Contracts for Social Impact" by CEO Raphaël Mazet

Raphaël will present his latest work on Alice, an Ethereum-based decentralized application designed to help nonprofits raise funding.

"Edge Cryptocurrency Wallet" by CEO Paul Puey

The producer of the Edge mobile cryptocurrency wallet, will present the latest developments. He will be giving away free alt-coins to attendees of Bitcoin Wednesday throughout the evening.

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Bitcoin Wednesday

One of the best Bitcoin and Blockchain conferences in the Netherlands.

Brings together a diverse group of people from all levels and backgrounds without any barriers in order to give this important new technology a prominent role in Dutch society.

One of the goals of Bitcoin Wednesday is to promote the industry, to spread the word about Bitcoin (and related technology) in the Netherlands by raising the overall level of awareness and knowledge.