Dtec Forum | Blockchain
23 May
23 May 2017 - 23 May 2017

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Dtec Forum | Blockchain

Join us on Tuesday 23rd May from 6pm – 9pm for the Dtec Forum: Blockchain.

In line with Dubai’s strategic goal of becoming the first Blockchain powered government by 2020, the Dtec Forum will explore this breakthrough technology that aims to drive the future economy of the UAE, creating a true city of the future.

Blockchain allows for simple, safe and secure transactions to be made easily on the “chain”, leading to greater efficiency, improved services, business creation and the potential acceleration of Smart City and IoT initiatives.

The Blockchain Dtec Forum aims to impart learning, connectivity, and knowledge, providing a platform to learn more about this disruptive technology and interact with experts from the industry.

SPEAKERS: 

BLOCKCHAIN: A DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR SMART CITIES,

Wael Youssef, Director Digital Solutions & Dr Ioannis Karamitsos, Digital Transformation Technologist – IMEAR; Orange Business Services

 

TITLE TBC:

Ramez Dandan, Regional Technology Officer; Microsoft Gulf

 

PANEL SESSION: HOW WILL BLOCKCHAIN TRANSFORM THE DIGITAL ECONOMY?

Mohammed Alsehli, Co-Founder, ArabianChain, Ramez Dandan, Regional Technology Officer, Microsoft Gulf.

Check back for further speakers to be added. 

Location: Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Centre, Dubai Silicon Oasis

To register for the event, click here

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