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Bitcoin and Blockchain - Ten Years In. What we know, what we don't know and where we are headed.

Date: 04-30-2019

Time: 07:00 PM

Location: Library Room 101, Auditorium

 Bitcoin and Blockchain - Ten Years In. What we know, what we don't
know and where we are headed.
  • Abstract
    - Review of 10 years of history after Satoshi's Whitepaper
    - State of bitcoin and other crypto-currencies
    - Blockchain Developments
    - Viable blockchain use cases
    - STOs and the regulatory environment
    - Predictions about the future of bitcoin, crypto and blockchains
  • Bio
  • Bill Erickson is a technology attorney and entrepreneur who has helped
    advance digital transformation in a career spanning competitive
    telecoms, network-centric IT, mobile, cloud computing, cyber defense,
    Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. He has held executive
    legal and business roles at industry innovators such as MCI, IBM,
    BearingPoint, Kroll and Accenture, as well as startups and
    consultancies. He has lived and worked in
    Europe and the US and has had global responsibility in several firms.
    He is a graduate of the New York University School of Law - where he was
    a Root-Tilden Scholar, and the University of Colorado at Denver. In
    addition to his own investments and ventures, he is currently counsel to
    r4 Technologies, an AI startup in Ridgefield, CT, and General Manager
    and Counsel – Americas, for Universal Trust Engine Limited, a
    London-based blockchain software and applications company. TrustMe is
    launching a first of its kind global network of land registries and
    property certificate exchanges based on blockchain and crypto technologies.

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