This event is free, but you must register
Thursday, 23rd March 2017
– Doors open at 5:30pm
Regent Theater, Regent High School
According to a survey by the World Economic Forum, there could be as much as ten percent of world GDP on the blockchain by 2025, and much more soon after that. What is this new revolution you've been hearing about? How does it affect you, your career, and your business?
David Siegel has been writing and speaking about technology issues for over 20 years. In this 90-minute talk, he explains the blockchain and Ethereum in plain english, from a business point of view, looking at the threats, the promises, and the realities of these amazing new technologies.
This event is for: investors, board members, executives, managers, decision makers, disruptors, founders, venture capitalists, and technologists who don't know much about blockchain and want a solid conceptual foundation to build on.
NOTE: This event was oversubscribed, so we have moved to a new venue, thanks to Barclays' sponsorship. If you need a ticket, please click on "Second Wave - sign up here" - there are still tickets available. Please book a ticket only if you really intend to come, as these tickets are also limited.
The event will be held Thursday, March 23rd, from 6-8pm at Regent High school near King's Cross. The address is Chalton Street, London NW1 1RX - look for Regent's Theatre.
Be sure to come to the Regent's High School.
Thursday, March 23rd 2017
Doors open: 5:30pm
Bookings close: March 23rd 2017
This is the space:
Nearest tube stops are King's Cross and Mornington Crescent