BlockDev Conference 2018

event   ·   room Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf 555 North Point St San Franicsco, California 94133 United States

Blockchain is far more than a protocol for currency -- it's a platform for decentralizing applications in a profoundly secure way.

The BlockDev Conference (#BLOCKDEV 2018) is the largest convergence of blockchain and distributed ledger developers and engineers seeking exposure to the newest technologies for building decentralized apps in FinTech, Healthcare, Government, Enterprise and the Consumer spaces.

Blockchain innovation has proceeded in three (3) stages, and the BlockDev Conference 2018 has a track for each stage:

Track 1: Blockchain & Cryptocurrency.

The rise of Bitcoin, Ethereum, alt coins, and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) illustrate the power of blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) as digital currency platforms. This track shows developers and engineers new ways to integrate and extend the most common blockchain currencies and create their own cryptocurrency.

Track 2: FinTech, Ethereum, Smart Contracts.

The second phase of blockchain innovation involves the expansion of blockchains as a financial technology backend. Much of this FinTech infrastructure innovation has extended the Ethereum platform through "smart contracts", or decentralized autonomous contracts using unique contract scripting languages. Learn how you can develop the next generation of finance, real estate, government, and ecommerce apps.

Track 3: Blockchain App Platforms & Decentralized Data.

Just as the web was able to decentralize information around a shared protocol, blockchain and DLT is now able to decentralize and secure any type of transaction, activity or data. The implications for this will change identity management, personal data management, media licensing, and any type of secure application development requiring 100% standardization and security across any cloud, platform, or device.

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