Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000, Sydney, Australia Working hours of the Conference: 10 AM- 6 PM May 29, 2018
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About the conference
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Australia is a large-scale conference dedicated to the blockchain technology and the cryptocurrency market. Speakers of the conference including blockchain developers, lawyers and investors will discuss topical issues of the industry:
- legal regulation of cryptocurrencies in Australia and around the world;
- development of the digital economy of the state;
- tools for new blockchain solutions;
- blockchain application in business processes;
- ICO launching: best practices of token issuers and guarantees for investors.
Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Australia will also feature an exhibition of software, crypto systems and blockchain developments.
The event is held by Smile-Expo- organizer of the Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference and ICO Conference network around the world, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Russia, Cyprus, Malta, the Philippines and Thailand.
Visitors registration and morning coffee
VISITORS REGISTRATION AND WELCOME COFFEE
Moderator’s welcome speech
MODERATOR’S WELCOME SPEECH
Special Counsel – Hall & Wilcox and Blockchain Strategy Course Mentor – RMIT Online
29 May 10:00
Strategy Practitioner and Fellow of the Strategic Management Institute, ghraa.org
29 May 10:00
Panel discussion: Legal and Regulatory Challenges in Blockchain. Latest trends throughout Blockchain 2018-2019
Top experts do a brief intro to Blockchain Australia, purpose of the panel, issues which will be discussed on regulatory and legal side, including ICO and smart contracts, IP issues, decentralised economy etc and pitch importance of Blockchain&Bitcoin Conference Australia. The panel will discuss legal and regulatory issues on blockchain, as well as its effect on the existing echo system and the social fabric of our economy, where a lex Cryptographia, block chain and bit property pave the way for digital economy.
Are Cryptocurrencies Gold 2.0?
Short recap on cryptocurrencies.
A short recap about physical gold.
Approaching the question- is Bitcoin the new gold?
A changing world- interconnectedness between cryptocurrencies and gold.
A comparison of both markets.
To be announced
How do I explain blockchain mining to a 6 years old
Synopsis: A complex process like SHA256 encryption and hash calculation explained in simple terms, highlighting the advantages for the stakeholders and the benefits in terms of cybersecurity.
Advantages of peer validation in financial transactions
Difference between traditional cybersecurity and blockchain security
Understanding the complexity of hash calculation
Gauging cost of transactions in blockchains like BitCoin
Security in replicability prevention
Opportunities for blockchain expansion outside the financial sector
Panel discussion: ICO’s: Opportunity or Threat?
This presentation will cover among other things scams causing disruptive legislation and how to combat moving forward as a community. The ability of ICO’s to threaten the traditional economy. We explore both macro and micro impacts to the economy. Showing the audience how the ‘world’ views ICO’s today around the globe and our responsibility to create an accountable community moving forward.
Beyond basic blockchain
Blockchain distributed ledger, what is going on?
Blockchain network and protocols, what is right for me?
Beyond bitcoin using Blockchain technology across different industry.
Future of blockchain
Blockchain for business networks – unplugging the hype
The greatest of all time – what makes a great blockchain for business?
Tokenization – Importance&Perspectives
Blockchain for Infrastructure Agnostic Supply Chain and Tokenisation for Responsive Supply Chain
Blockchain technology can serve to tie together broad diverse supply chains across organization regardless of database architecture yet with the commonality of security authorization and document authentication. In this way it will streamline the procurement and lifecycle tracking efficiency of tier 1, 2, 3 supply chains for organizations large and small. Tokenisation will serve as the “grease” providing customized incentive frameworks for more responsiveness and greater liquidity in blockchain-enabled modernized supply chains.
Companies that are represented in the exhibition area will make short presentations of their projects and technologies.
The Future of Travel with Blockchain
Blockchain tech once seemed like a buzz, but it’s now very much here to stay. We’ll look at the future of Blockchain generally and explore more specifically the travel industry, the opportunities and applications of Blockchain. Where will travel companies be in years to come with the use of Blockchain? We’ll look at great use cases of this technology and learn how the travel industry is being revolutionised with Blockchain.
A bComm World: How Bitcoin Cash will Power the future of bCommerce
On-Chain Scaling through Bitcoin Cash
Better User Interfaces
Kickstart your enterprise Blockchain with Microsoft
dApp developer experience and tooling.
Blockchains on the Azure Cloud.
Blockchain examples from the real world.
Payment Modernisation: The FinTech & Regulation evolution spurred by Blockchain Technology
Introduction & recap of current financial systems and changes since the GFC which has been forcing regulatory change.
Coverage of current megatrends, m-commerce, fintech (their 5 traits) and blockchain technology and how such technology is changing the landscape of finance and modernising it.
Blockchain deep dive – going into potential use cases, considerations, and challenges and how fintech organisations are using this to move quickly.
Real World Examples of Australian companies, banks, using blockchain technology and cryptocurrency exchanges facing regulation hurdles due to anti money
Blockchain Ecosystem, Community and Education
Sam is going to talk how Blockchain Centre as a walk in knowledge centre featuring introductory courses and kids programs makes the technology more accessible to the general public. Is a meeting point to help drive policy and standards frameworks that enable adoption across both public and private sectors?With 9 centres established to date and 30 scheduled to launch by 2020, this international network of collaborative spaces brings opportunities for local startups to scale and globalize.
Networking time and evening coffee
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