Regulation, blockchain, and smart contracts are all important for the government of the future. This Disrupt meetup discusses blockchain solutions for governments. How can blockchains make voting easier? How can cryptocurrencies help prevent crime (such as tax evasion)? How can the principles of distributed ledgers make our governments more efficient?
Join our first Disrupt meetup of the blockchain and crypto assets community in Munich. It aims at bringing together blockchain enthusiastic enterprises, governmental bodies, and individuals that want to get to know the technology, as well as understand how it can be used and applied.
Blockchain and Governments
Here is the current line-up of the upcoming speakers (will be updated over time):
(1) Toan Nguyen, e-shelter
(2) Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Frankfurt School of Finance
19:00h – 19:30h: Entrance
19:30h – 19:40h: Introduction
19:40h – 20:00h: Tamper-Proof Voting
20:00h – 20:10h: Discussion and Q&A
20:10h – 20:30h: Social Benefit Approval via Smart Contracts
20:30h – 20:40h: Discussion and Q&A
20:40h – 22:00h: Get together
DATE AND VENUE
Date: Monday, February 11, 2019, 19:00h – 22:00h
This meetup will be held in English.
WANT TO BECOME A SPEAKER?
Do you want to be a speaker or recommend somebody? Please make your proposal here (https://goo.gl/forms/cCenjo1Xo6JUdg9x1) and we will get back to you.
Disrupt Meetup | Blockchain & Crypto Assets Munich
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Disrupt Meetup | Blockchain & Crypto Assets
This community brings together blockchain enthusiastic enterprises that want to get to know the technology, understand how it can be used and applied in their processes and those that already invest in it. The Disrupt Network organizes regularly meetups and invites exciting speakers to Frankfurt. It does not matter if you are a startup or represent a large corporation, just join the community and let your network grow with us.
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