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Smart Contracts: Use Cases For Business And Beyond

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PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft

Moskauer Straße 19

40227 Düsseldorf

Germany

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Beschreibung des Events

Beschreibung

One of blockchain’s most promising applications is the field of smart contracts. As an interoperable and incorruptible system, smart contracts add an extra layer of openness and security while promoting the idea of decentralization more effectively. With the perfect mixture of security and ease of use, smart contracts remove the concept of middlemen and make it easier to transfer anything ranging from assets of monetary value to even physical assets. This Disrupt meetup discusses the applications of smart contracts from various perspectives and how the principle behind it is going to make processes such as exchange of digital assets more efficient or how it can make processes easier on an industrial level like real-time job matching for job applicants.


Join our first Disrupt meetup of the Smart Contracts & Law Düsseldorf community in Düsseldorf. It aims at bringing together blockchain enthusiastic enterprises, governmental bodies, and individuals that want to get to know the technology, as well as understand how it can be used and applied.


TOPIC

Smart Contracts: Use Cases For Business And Beyond

SPEAKERS

(1) Marc Henniges, Manager, d-fine GmbH
Marc Henniges holds a PhD in physics with an emphasis on the application of machine learning. He’s a manager at d-fine and responsible for the firm’s blockchain activities in the area of ICOs and STOs. In this role, he manages the maintenance and improvements of a token offering IT platform as well as the implementation of smart contracts. He uses his comprehensive insights in blockchain topics to help clients in structuring their ICO/STO - from project management to token economics

(2) André Bruckmann, CEO and Founder, Mycro
André, 40, has worked as a serial entrepreneur and investor for more than 20 years. He founded several marketing companies with sales in the millions and runs them successfully. He was involved in successful campaigns for companies like Vodafone, EON and Sky. As a expert in developing and implementation of new ideas, he believes in the power of a vision. The ability to inspire people is one of his unique assets. André is married to a wonderful wife and has three daughters. He is convinced by the concept of decentralization and the disruptive power of the blockchain. André is also the founder of the charity organization Race4Children and a great motorsport enthusiast.

AGENDA
19:00h - 19:30h: Entrance
19:30h - 19:40h: Introduction
19:40h - 20:00h: Enabling Digital Assets on Open Blockchain
20:00h - 20:10h: Discussion and Q&A
20:10h - 20:30h: Smart Contracts on Blockchain: Theory and Business Applications
20:30h - 20:40h: Discussion and Q&A
20:40h - 22:00h: Get together

DATE AND VENUE

Date: Monday, March 11, 2019, 19:00h - 22:00h

Venue: PwC, Moskauer Straße 19
40227 Düsseldorf

LANGUAGE

This meetup will be held in English.


WANT TO BECOME A SPEAKER?
Do you want to be a speaker or recommend somebody? Please make your proposal here (https://goo.gl/forms/cCenjo1Xo6JUdg9x1) and we will get back to you.


CONTACT

Disrupt Meetup | Smart Contracts & Law Düsseldorf
Email: team@disrupt-network.io


ABOUT US

Disrupt Meetup | Smart Contracts & Law Düsseldorf

This community brings together blockchain enthusiastic enterprises that want to get to know the technology, understand how it can be used and applied in their processes and those that already invest in it. The Disrupt Network organizes regularly meetups and invites exciting speakers to Frankfurt. It does not matter if you are a startup or represent a large corporation, just join the community and let your network grow with us.


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PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft

Moskauer Straße 19

40227 Düsseldorf

Germany

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