The Blockchain & Smart Contracts Conference will be held on February 20th-22nd in Berlin and industry leaders from many individual economic sectors will be descending on the city to discuss the technologies’ impact and future in Germany and beyond.

Blockchain & Smart Contracts

The event sponsors list alone indicates both how diverse and how extensive interest in blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. technologies is. Despite initial excitement and proliferation in America, adoption of blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. technologies in the European private and public sectors is expanding at a far greater rate as sponsorships from both Deutsche Bank and the European Central Bank can attest.

The first panel of the conference focuses on the regulatory issues of using blockchain and smart contract technology. Lead by Professor Dr. Nils Urbach of the University of Bayreuth and Fraunhofer FIT, who is an outspoken expert and advocate of blockchain regulatory issues. Klaus Löber, Senior Adviser to the European Central Bank will pick up with a perspective from the public sector, discussing the implications for and future of the regulation of blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. technologies.

Annika Schröder, the Director of Group Innovation at UBS, will discuss her company’s ever-increasing interest in blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. technologies. UBS has already opened a BlockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. Innovation Lab in London. Furthermore, UBS has been pursuing applications of the infrastructure for nearly two years. This makes UBS one of the earliest major corporate adopters of the blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature..

Other panels will deal mainly with the implications of the blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. and smart contractsA digital commodity is a scarce, electronically transferrable product or service. in the finance sector. Additionally, they will explore more novel applications like use for voting and elections in Germany. This event promises to be one of the premier conferences concerning blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. technology in Europe and beyond. The issues discussed about forming the regulatory backbone for blockchainA private key is a string of data that shows you have access to cryptocurrency in a specific wallet. Private keys enable a user to spend from the wallet through a cryptographic signature. technologies will undoubtedly have relevance for the healthcare industry.

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Brennan is a blockchain technical adviser in the healthcare sector and blockchain entrepreneur who has worked on developing proprietary concepts for both artificial intelligence and blockchain applications. He is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Health Professions where he earned a M.S. in biomedical informatics.
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