What is blockchain?
Who should attend?
Blockchain represents nothing less than the second era of the Internet – an evolution from a platform for communicating information to a platform for transacting value. Using cryptography, collaboration, and some clever code, blockchain allows us to securely exchange anything of value, from money and stocks to data, art, votes, and more.
This technology is transforming the way we do business, and every industry will be affected.
Distributed ledger technologies are transforming the infrastructure of global finance, pushing such services as payments, loans, investing, trading, and insurance to the edges of the financial ecosystem.
The trivergence of blockchain, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things is optimizing the tagging, tracking, and transferring of raw materials and finished goods around the world. This theme covers the potential for global asset chains.
Innovators are launching new blockchain protocols to overcome such barriers to adoption as scalability, integration, and speed on the one hand, and governance on the other hand.
NFTs & Other
This theme covers the future of money, stablecoins, community and corporate currencies, central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and the tokenization and securitization of capital goods, intellectual property, real estate, and more.
Energy & Planet
From tokenizing carbon credits to incentivizing recycling, innovators are using blockchain technologies to reward sustainable practices, reduce waste, and include more people in the global economy.
Blockchains could help improve how we identify people and things by proposing more flexible and scalable identification systems based on cryptography. This theme covers the transition from current models of identification to new ones.
The Metaverse &
The metaverse has been an idea in waiting. But now with the demand pull into a virtual world created by the pandemic, combined with the technology push of blockchain, enabling digital currencies, the protection of assets through NFTs, and the opportunity to capture our digital identities, the wait is over.
Blockchain enables new models for scientific research, the development and approval of new drugs and devices, the delivery of healthcare, and the management of facilities, supplies, professionals, and consumers.
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“Until we reach that point at which we interface with the world on our terms, and we decide what we want to see, and we decide how much people use our data or not …. that’s where we start to see a real change.”
Imogen Heap, Music Maker & Founder of Mycelia
“At FedEx, we’re ready to move and have a long history of game-changing innovation on our side. But our greatest realization this past year is that in order for blockchain to be transformative, it will need to be much bigger than us.”
Rob Carter, FedEx CIO
“Blockchain enables not only different solutions but a different business model; we’re talking about an open, neutral industry platform.”
Mike White, TradeLens CEO
“Blockchain is giving us another kick at the can, to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues, create a more prosperous society, and realize the new promise of the digital economy.”
Don Tapscott, Best-selling author and Blockchain Revolution Global founder