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Incrypt in Bangalore and Tokyo Blockchain Meetup

blockchain meetup and conference

IncryptBLR April

WHEN /
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
3:30 PM – 7:30 PM

WHERE /
MICROSOFT ACCELERATOR
Sampangi Ram Nagara, Next to Ibis Hotel, Central Bangalore

WHAT WILL OVERTAKE ETHEREUM?

What’s the next big protocol? Has Ethereum already won the race?

A lively debate around alternative protocols, each represented by an expert:

  • EOS: Rajarshi Mitra, Springrole team
  • Stellar: Nilesh Trivedi, Founder at Indium
  • NEO: Vishnu Govind, CTO at Divum
  • Ethereum: Sumukh Shetty, Founder at Incrypt

5 WAYS BLOCKCHAIN CHANGES THE GAME IN HEALTHCARE

Medical records, birth/death certificates, insurance payments, drug supply chains…Hear about the various possibilities 

Speaker: Vivek K, Healthcare tech investor / enthusiast & Core team at Coinsecure

WHAT IS THE ICO WORLD HEADED TOWARDS?

How to think about viability of future token sales and questions around valuation and regulations?

  • Nitin Sharma, Founder at Incrypt
  • Stephanie Vaughan, VP at BlockXBank
  • Shivhari Shankar, Product Head at Springrole
  • Joel John, Outlier Ventures

And more!

Register here.

Also, don’t miss:

Blockchain Meetup in Tokyo with Balehu & Kochava (XCHNG)

DATE AND TIME

Fri, April 6, 2018
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM JST

LOCATION

FabCafe Tokyo
Shibuya-ku, Tōkyō-to 150-0043
Japan

1. Balehu – Powering Commerce

Worldwide, small business are struggling to grow. In the U.S. alone 50% of companies fail in their first 5 years. The key challenge is cash flow. Balehu’s research and early traction has proven that the solution to this challenge is to create a growth engine made specifically for small businesses. Leveraging proof of stake its protocol can validate transactions on consumer mobile devices. Additional software tools that provide marketing and sales capabilities designed for small business use cases will also be available powered by the protocol.

2. Kochava (XCHNG Blockchain)

Today’s digital ecosystem is more complex than ever, making it difficult for marketers to capture and analyze all digital touchpoints. Further, the supply chain itself does not operate on a common system of insertion orders that are traceable from contract to delivery to measurement and ratings. As a global market of over $220 billion in 2017, the digital advertising industry is ripe for transformation. Outside of the duopoly of Google and Facebook, there is currently no system which enables targeting audiences at scale while also protecting consumers’ personal data and identities. Additionally, the advertising space is fraught with issues such as ad fraud and brand safety issues, where fifty cents of every dollar is lost to middleware, mediation and fraud.

Register here.

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