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Deep Dive: Hyperledger - Permissioned vs Public & Exciting Projects

It's "crypto winter" for many public blockchains, but Hyperledger permissioned blockchain projects have been on the rise. Join us for a Deep Dive and learn about the tech through the exciting projects that are using the platform. Saritta Hines, CEO TrustaBit, will share her thoughts on using Hyperledger for a travel industry application that is gaining traction and investments. Greg Skerry, Blockchain Solutions Architect at Altoros, will share his approach with clients on when and why you might use Hyperledger and some of the different implementations in the field. This event is co-hosted by USC Viterbi Center for Cyber-Physical Systems and the Internet of Things, https://cci.usc.edu/. Saritta Hines, CEO TrustaBit, Bio Holding over 13 years of experience in data analytics, Saritta Hines is a trusted leader at bridging strategic business initiatives with expert IT implementation. Saritta has successfully spearheaded projects in the tech world for industry leaders including Cymer, Allergan, Bank of Montreal, Novartis and Dow Agrosciences. Her expertise brings technical innovation and business teams together to transform the customer experience. Saritta is at the forefront of improving operational efficiency and using blockchain technology to test new use cases. As Founder and CEO of TrustaBit, Saritta has established a key utility for businesses to streamline the delivery of products and services to customers through smart contracts. Greg Skerry, Blockchain Solutions Architect, Altoros, Bio Greg serves as Solutions Architect for the enterprise blockchain practice at Altoros Americas. He has helped numerous midsize and Fortune 500 clients in a range of industry verticals to design and implement permissioned blockchain systems, and trains both business leaders and developers in DLT. He is the organizer of the Hyperledger Los Angeles meetup, and has served as a member of the Hyperledger Fabric and Hyperledger Sawtooth Job Task Analysis and Item Writing teams, helping to define domains, competencies and corresponding certification content essential to the role of Certified Hyperledger Fabric Administrator (CHFA) and Certified Hyperledger Sawtooth Administrator (CHSA). Greg holds a BA in economics from the University of Virginia, and graduated from the Fullstack Academy of Code software engineering program. Prior to Altoros, he has worked in international tax advisory with several Big 4 CPAs, and as a cloud systems integration manager for priority accounts at Thomson Reuters. Special Thanks to our Venue Co-Sponsor: USC Center for Cyber-Physical Systems and the Internet of Things (https://cci.usc.edu)

Learn how to ask for help w/ Seeds token founder Rachel Cook

The Riveter: Marina Del Rey

We invite you to join us for the last event in this series in partnership with The Riveter and The Rabbit Hole! bit.ly/SeedsHelps Ask for help (& get it) Seeds tokens allow anyone to ask for monetary help - and receive it as a gift - with no strings attached. To make the tokens as easy to use as we could, we’ve loaded them on simple gift cards. For every card you buy, another will be donated to someone in need. Rachel Cook, the founder of Seeds, will talk about how we’re collectively shifting from a scarcity paradigm into a new economic system of abundance, what that has to do with the correction of the imbalance of masculine and feminine energy on earth (and in all of us), and how cryptocurrency - and particularly Seeds - can drive the architecture of this new way of being. Rachel will demonstrate how Seeds works, and participants will have a chance to acquire tokens and give it a try themselves. Following Rachel’s presentation, we’ll have time to mingle in the Riveter space, nosh and gather around activities.

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