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Blockchain of the Future: Smart Cities, Media, Smart Contracts & Beyond. Mar 28
We have limited space at the event. You need a ticket for attend this event. You need a ticket to attend this event and keep in mind that RSVP on Meetup does not count as a ticket. You can pick up tickets here: Lets explore where blockchain tech can take our lives in the imminent future. "Is it any surprise that our cities are growing up and getting smarter? From the 1950’s onwards, cities were built around cars; now smart cities are being built around data and information. The obvious next step is to share data which is a good reason why sharing and decentralization on blockchain is important. " - Nasdaq This event will cover: How can blockchain affect smart cities, media, surroundings? In what ways will blockchain can affect our lives? Smart Contracts all around us What is the local and global impact of the blockchain? Exploring the possible ofthe blockchain What does the future after blockchain adoption look like? How do we prepare for a world on blockchain? Projects on Blockchain. Ways New York City sees blockchain and its adaption. And Much More. We have limited space at the event, and we sold out all our events in 2018 days in advance. You need a ticket that you can get here: to attend this event. "Technologies like AI and Blockchain are positioned to transform how our cities function on a meta-level." - Aric Dromi We will be announcing the other 3 panelists as we get close to the event date. Panel of Experts: Karen Bhatia, Vice President of NYC Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) NYCEDC is dedicated to the creation of a dynamic, equitable, and sustainable urban economy. She leads Creative and Applied Tech strategies and initiatives to promote economic development and entrepreneurship throughout the city. Karen is also an attorney, entrepreneur and startup advisor. From infrastructure, jobs and business opportunities, even the way cities like NYC operate, blockchain technology will have a profound effect. Lilian Ruiz - Head of Operations at Civil (Part of Consensys ) Lillian works on the alignment and operations team developing strategy and tactics for large-scale Etherum project execution, and resource management. Civil (Part of Consenys) is a self-governing marketplace where citizens directly sponsor newsrooms and journalists collaboratively run their own publications. It is operated via a token economy that runs on the Ethereum blockchain. Civil is building a newsroom platform using blockchain technology and cryptoeconomics to create an open marketplace for journalists and citizens. The Ethereum blockchain plays a foundational role in Civil's model: it enables the creation of a custom token, CVL, which is based on the ERC20 protocol. RSVP on Meetup doesn't count as a ticket. You must reserve your spot here:


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