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Humanitarian Blockchain Summit - Crypto Road Trip!

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Every 2 weeks on Thursday

McNally Amphitheatre

140 West 62nd Street · New York, NY

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Interested in going? Call Ricardo at +1-786- 423-5678.

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Curious to spend the day with global leaders who live by our Blockchain LKN Labs mission and charter everyday? With leaders who inspire, social impact projects and ideas that motivate & open your eyes and possibly, just maybe.. plant a seed inside of you to bring these blockchain for social impact initiatives here to Charlotte and surrounding communities to try to Transform Charlotte for Good, Not Profit.

Come to NYC for the day and do all this and more!

The Humanitarian Blockchain Summit will bring together technology experts, scholars, and humanitarian practitioners for dynamic discussions about the future of blockchain technology in humanitarian operations and in pursuit of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Blockchain technology holds great potential for improving these operations—whether it’s used to transfer cash to disaster victims, coordinate the delivery of supplies, streamline humanitarian financing, or make humanitarian projects more gender-inclusive.

The summit is designed for those interested in using blockchain for tangible humanitarian impact. Breakout sessions focused on overcoming challenges to using blockchain, as well as identifying the best ways to develop humanitarian-friendly blockchain platforms, among other topics. The sessions also included collaborative exercises and presentations about how some organizations use blockchain.

The goal of the event is for participants to recommend policies for using blockchain in specific humanitarian interventions through:

Sharing lessons learned and experiences emerging from the early days of implementation of blockchains initiatives for humanitarian action;

Increasing awareness about the variety of platforms and protocols currently being implemented, and their unique specificities;

Exploring the ethical adoption of humanitarian blockchains solutions in response to technical, legal, and governance challenges facing the humanitarian sector;

Bringing together experts from across sectors to foster new partnerships, encourage technical collaboration, and explore non-traditional funding sources;

Curating existing open-source tools used in humanitarian blockchains services; and

Building a digital community of developers interested in impacting humanitarian action.

Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs
Fordham University
Norwegian Refugee Council
Center for International Humanitarian Cooperation

A comprehensive agenda will be available soon. Please visit the IIHA blog for more information.