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Marco Sachy of Dajie, aka “Radium”

DAJIE Blockchain Solutions: a Distributed Ledger for the Internet of Energy Bitcoin Wednesday on 5 October 2016 will feature Marco Sachy, aka “Radium”, the Blockchain designer for Dajie.  Marco will […]

Mark D’Agostino

Mark D’Agostino is a managing partner of the Enterprise Group at the Brooklyn-based Blockchain conglomerate, ConsenSys. He is the lead for its Energy consulting engagements. Before coming to ConsenSys, Mark spent ten years in management consulting for the financial services industry and helped establish Deloitte’s blockchain service offering.  He has successfully helped to deliver Ethereum-based applications for Fortune 500 banks, global energy companies and governments.

Masahiro Yasu

Masahiro Yasu is the CEO of the blockchain-based social media platform, Alis. He graduated from Kyoto University with a degree in nuclear fusion. Prior to Alis he worked on machine learning and natural language analysis for Recruit, the world’s second largest HR company.

Matej Michalko

Matej Michalko is CEO of the Blockchain-based content distribution platform known as Decent which raised more than $4.2 million during its crowd sale at the end of 2016. He is a blockchain pioneer who founded one of the sector’s first Bitcoin marketing agencies as well as one of its earliest cryptocurrency e-gaming consultancies.

Merchant Adoption

Andrew Wagner is a decentralization advocate and founder of the international decentralized event, CoinFest, which is held in April of each year. He has been promoting Bitcoin since the days when it was worth a few dollars.

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson is a Partner at Mangrove Capital Partners. He is a board member of Blockchain.com and the former COO of Skype. He also worked for Tele2, where he created the concept of the mobile virtual network operator or MVNO and led the launch of operations in 9 countries across Europe.

Michiel Berende

Michiel Berende is a specialist in blockchain applications for the insurance industry. He began his career as an underwriter and process manager for Dutch insurer Interpolis. Since 2007 he has served as a freelance consultant for the Microinsurance Network, PharmAccess Foundation, ILO, GIZ, IADB, Achmea, and others. He has conducted projects in Asia, Latin America and Africa and has written and published many articles on microinsurance and technology.

Mimblewimble Protocol Explained by Alexander Zaidelson

Alexander Zaidelson is CEO of Beam, the world’s second implementation of the anonymous-by-default Mimblewimble protocol. He is a veteran of the Israeli startup scene, was co-founder of the P2P file-sharing company, Nareos, and desktop dictionary, Wikitup, as well as an investor in Israeli growth- and late-stage companies.

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