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The blockchain revolution has the potential to transform our lives. By enabling organizations and institutions to transact with less friction and more trust, blockchain technologies will usher in the next era of the Internet.

It is being said that blockchain will do for transactions what the internet did for information. Right now, blockchain is helping reshape industries in domains as varied as finance, healthcare, government, retail and CPG. How do you prepare for a future with blockchain?

You can start by attending the NYC Blockchain Summit 2017 on Tuesday, February 28. This half-day executive event is designed to get you up to speed on the fundamentals of blockchain. You will have the opportunity to:

  • Hear from Alex Tapscott, blockchain innovation expert and co-author of the book “Blockchain Revolution”.
  • Learn about real use cases and share challenges and ideas in round-tables with your peers and IBM experts.
  • See how blockchain actually works through a series of technology.
  • Understand the road map to developing your first blockchain project.

Learn why IBM is the top-ranked blockchain for business services provider

You’ll leave this event inspired and, best of all, you’ll have a clear view on how to get started with blockchain. Check out the agenda below:

This will be an incredible learning and networking experience. Find out more information and register today at IBM Blockchain Summit 2017.

For insight into how blockchain is reshaping industries such as healthcare, government, banking, financial markets and trade, check out these recent studies from the IBM Institute of Business Value:

Blockchain for Banking

Blockchain for Financial Markets

Blockchain for Healthcare

Blockchain for Government

Trust in Trade: Towards Stronger Supply Chains

Discover more here about how IBM Blockchain is making blockchain real for business.

Learn more about blockchain today

VP, Blockchain Solutions and Research, IBM Research

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