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With Andy Castonguay (Analyst Relations Mgr, IBM), Andre De Castro (Founder/CEO, Blockchain of Things), Joe Guagliardo (Chair of Blockchain Practice, Pepper Hamilton), Allen Proithis (CEO, Capstone Partners).
Thursday, November 08, 2018 at 06:00 PM   Absolutely Free
Pepper Hamilton, 620 8th Ave
 
     
 
 
              

          
 
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Food & Drink will be servedRegister - https://sites-pepperhamilton.vuturevx.com/179/3534/landing-pages/blank-registration-form.asp?sid=blankform

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If estimates are accurate, the number of IoT-connected devices could exceed 75 billion by 2025. To enable IoT innovation & scale at these volumes, new infrastructure solutions are needed. These solutions will require the right balance among scaleability, transaction speed & security. Blockchain technology promises to address many of these requirements in different ways, for different use cases. Our speakers will discuss some of the proposed blockchain solutions & the business, technical & legal challenges ahead.Join us for an evening of networking & discussion about opportunities at the intersection of the internet of things & blockchain technology.Speakers James Brehm, Founder & Technology Evangelist, James Brehm & Associates Andy Castonguay, Analyst Relations Manager, IBM Andre De Castro, Founder & CEO of Blockchain of Things Joe Guagliardo, Partner & Chair of Blockchain Practice at Pepper Hamilton LLP Allen Proithis, IoT Executive & CEO of Capstone Partners

Register to attend here: https://sites-pepperhamilton.vuturevx.com/179/3534/landing-pages/blank-registration-form.asp?sid=blankform

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