Blockchain Events

Blockchain events offer the opportunity to engage with blockchain through educational seminars, demos, collaboration and networking.

Turn up blockchain with Hyperledger Composer at Consensus 2017

The great classical composers scratched out scores on sheets of paper. Today, there are all kinds of computer programs and mobile apps to help you create music — even if you’ve never touched a musical instrument. In a similar fashion, Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Composer is a collaboration toolset that both developers and non-developers can use […]

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From concept to production: Getting real with blockchain at Consensus

Last year, Consensus was the blockchain event to attend, and this year it’s shaping up to be the same. Presented by CoinDesk, the blockchain technology summit in New York City will feature more than 100 speakers and draw a crowd of over 2,000 attendees. However, a few things will have changed. In 2016, industry leaders […]

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Blockchain at MIT: You don’t learn with your mouth open

After a bustling week at the IBM InterConnect 2017 conference — and another week to decompress from all the blockchain and open technology related talks, briefings, client and analyst discussions, video shoots and more — I am looking forward to next week’s event at the MIT Media Lab: Business of Blockchain 2017. Industry leaders and pioneers in […]

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The platform of the future: Blockchain at PAYMENTS 2017

Leaders in payments environments are cultivating new delivery approaches for instant payment processing that incorporate real-time fraud prevention methods. From April 23 – 26, the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) will be hosting PAYMENTS 2017, a conference that will bring together the organizations and professionals who are setting the agenda for the future of […]

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Blockchain in Dubai: Smart cities from concept to reality

Dubai is known for being at the forefront of technological innovation. As one of the first governments to engage with blockchain, Dubai’s story is inspirational and can provide a road map to anyone interested in creating smart cities by transforming transactions with the distributed ledger technology. The journey began when blockchain was just a concept, […]

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Blockchain highlights and replays from IBM InterConnect

Last week, attendees at IBM InterConnect 2017 got to learn more about advances being made in security, cloud and mobile. Through use cases and demos, they saw how emerging technologies are being leveraged in various implementations. One of the hot topics this year was blockchain, the distributed ledger technology underlying Bitcoin that is now making […]

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IBM InterConnect: Blockchain in enterprise ecosystems

In the words of Jerry Cuomo, Vice President of Blockchain Technologies at IBM, “Blockchain is a team sport. Your business thrives because it’s part of an ecosystem of interconnected businesses.” He said this during the blockchain keynote at IBM InterConnect 2017, and over the course of the conference I’ve come to agree with him. Blockchain […]

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IBM InterConnect: Reimagine your industry with blockchain

IBM clients are speaking out about their blockchain projects and implementations. Over the past several days of IBM InterConnect, I’ve gotten to see how they are reimagining business networks and processes in their industries with this new technology. Blockchain transforms financial institutions Distributed and decentralized ledgers are the records of the future. Their shared nature […]

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IBM InterConnect highlights: Blockchain is here, now!

Blockchain is already here. It is no longer an abstract concept and it is no longer relevant only to Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. In the first couple days of IBM InterConnect 2017, that fact has been made abundantly clear. Blockchain transforms business processes Business networks are home to various participants: customers, suppliers, banks, partners and others. […]

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