Blockchain truly is a revolutionary mechanism to bring everyone to the highest degree of accountability. Above anything else, the most critical application of Blockchain technology is to guarantee the validity of a transaction by recording it on a distributed system of registers, all of which are interconnected through a secure time-stamped mechanism. In today's digital information age, Blockchain represents a critical intersection between the financial world, social networking, and powerful decentralized networks. Stakeholders must formulate careful legal and business strategies that factor in the technology and infrastructure, as well as the corresponding market appetite and regulatory structures in rapidly evolving global markets.

This Blockchain Technology Conference to be held on February 22, 2019 in Johannesburg aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of Blockchain technology by focusing on how to address the implementation challenges, make best use of the opportunities and benefit from the innovation and disruption that this technology brings along.


Friday, 22 February, 2019
Registration and Seating
Opening and Welcome Note
The question many are asking now is whether there is much to blockchain apart from hype and speculation. Michael will present blockchain in the context of humanity’s previous phase shifts: the Agricultural, Industrial and Scientific Revolutions. By the end of this non-technical and highly provocative talk you will be able to decisively answer the question, Hype or Hope? - MichaelHaupt, Executive Director, Project 2030
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are making headlines across the globe with many wondering if they are a bubble or a breakthrough. This talk takes a look at what they are, how they work, and what you need to know about these blockchain-powered innovations. ICOs at a glance: An ICO is a form of fundraising that harnesses the power of cryptocurrencies and blockchain-based trading. Similar to a crowdfunding campaign, an ICO allocates tokens instead of shares to early investors in a business. These tokens typically do not represent actual ownership in the company, but they often provide access to an ecosystem and can be traded on an aftermarket. As with cryptocurrencies, all transactions are verified through a blockchain. It's not just hype, ICOs raised over US$5bn in 2017 and US$14bn so far in 2018. - JalalGhiassi Razavi, Blockchain ICO Lead, PwC South Africa
Smart contracts via use cases
Payments and Settlement and The Role of Blockchain
Legal aspects to keep in mind when working on Blockchain projects
My experiences during Blockchain Implementation
Blockchain Enterprise Architeture
Conclusion & Thank You Note





Super Early Bird USD 300 Registration ends on 15 January, 2019
Early Bird USD 400 Registration ends on 28 February, 2019
Standard Price USD 500 Registration ends on - 15 March,2019
Attractive Group registration tickets available. For details, please click here..
*Ticket includes full day access to the conference program, networking breaks with refreshments and executive lunch.

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