Blockchain

Information no longer needs to be controlled by one person and stored in one place. Originally developed for digital currencies like Bitcoin, blockchain technology creates distributed databases, across thousands of networks, so that information is continually shared and updated, but never owned and operated by one entity. Since information is not stored in one place, there is no single point of failure. Since the data is distributed across many networks, it is public and verifiable. If you used a shared Google Doc to edit text, you have used blockchain technology. However, there is so much more possible. Our BigSpeak blockchain technology speakers are experts in the field and will explain how the system works and how it will change your business in the future.

Don Tapscott

Don Tapscott

CEO of The Tapscott Group, Co-founder of The Blockchain Research Institute in Toronto

Patrick Schwerdtfeger

Patrick Schwerdtfeger

Futurist and leading authority on technology trends including big data, artificial intelligence and social media

Kathryn Haun

Kathryn Haun

Former Prosecutor, United States Dept of Justice; Professor at Stanford Law School and Stanford School of Business

Primavera De Filippi

Primavera De Filippi

Faculty Associate, Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, Permanent researcher at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS)

Nell Watson

Nell Watson

AI & Robotics Faculty Singularity, University Dean of Cognitive Science at Exosphere Academy, Cognitive Scientist & Director of AI-Robotics at AIMY Robotics 2017, Foresight Fellow for Machine Ethics, & Co-Founder EthicsNet

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