Blockchain :: integrity, security, privacy, and bitcoin.

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Join us in the Science Gallery Paccar Theatre for an evening of presentations about Blockchain. Come and learn about the technology which keeps Bitcoins secure and discover why a privacy technology is the key to Open Data and the future of contracts. Blockchain is used ensure the future of Open Data, privacy and currency.

Just added, get hands-on with your laptop at the Blockchain Workshop ( being hosted at Tcube the following evening!

Speaking at the Science Gallery on the 16th will be:

• Casey Kuhlman - CEO and co-founder of Eris Industries ( Lawyer and software engineer with experience in legal process management, smart contracts, and decentralized autonomous organizations. @compleatang (

• Rachel O'Dwyer - Lecturer and research fellow in the School of Computer Science and Statistics. The founding editor-in-chief of the peer-reviewed journal Interference ( Leader of the Dublin Art and Technology Association ( Curator of the Openhere conference and festival. Member of the peer-to-peer foundation who coordinates the P2P academic research network. @Rachelodwyer (

• Ingo Keck - Data analytics and machine learning expert. Also physicist, ex-lecturer for statistics and blockchain hacker. Co-founder of Open Knowledge Ireland ( @ingo_keck (

The presenters will be moderated by Denis Parfenov - Open Knowledge ( Ambassador and Advisory Council Member. Open Data Ireland community ( leader. Founder of ActiveCitizen ( initiative and co-founder of Open Knowledge Ireland ( @prfnv (

The meetup is being hosted by:

Science Gallery ( current exhibition is SECRET (, Nothing to See Here. A Free exhibition exploring the future of surveillance, espionage, and privacy.

Wikimedia Ireland Community (, we share the purpose of Wikimedia Foundation: "to encourage the growth, development and distribution of multilingual, educational content, and to provide the full content of these wiki-based projects to the public free of charge", with a focus on activities taking place in Ireland.

Open Data Ireland community (, we encourage and participate in a variety of initiatives to improve accountability in government and industry, increase public transparency, empower communities to identify and solve problems, provide a platform for new services and products, promote innovative ways to improve services, and measure the impact of policies.