International Conference on Blockchain Technology (ICBCT)
Event submitted on Monday, July 22nd 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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We recommend this to practitioners who want to showcase/share their most recent findings with other professionals in the Blockchain field. Not only that you will learn from various topics about Blockchain but you will learn more from the keynote speakers who will be speaking at this event.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Monday, July 22nd 2019, or created by us.
The 2020 International Conference on Blockchain Technology (ICBCT) will be held in ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii University at Hilo, Hilo, Hawaii, USA on March 12 – 14, 2020.
Recognizing the importance of Blockchain and related technologies, the International Economics Development and Research Center held a conference to foster the development of an initiative. During this event, representatives from industry, academia, government, and IEDRC volunteers and staff gathered to define that initiative. As several subject matter professionals discuss the status of the technology, participants give their own perspectives, and attendees share their research results. This diverse group of experts will generate more than great ideas; they will define the work that must be done for Blockchain to reach its potential and will focus the energy to accomplish it.
ICBCT has a goal of providing a forum for scientists, researchers, engineers, and scholar students from both the academia and industry to share the latest research results and findings; bring together delegates across key industries for one day of world-class content from leading brands embracing and developing cutting edge blockchain technologies. Presented in a series of top-level keynotes, interactive panel discussions and solution-based case studies with a focus on learning and building partnerships in the emerging Blockchain space, Blockchain Technology explores the industries that are set to be disrupted the most by this new technology, including; legal sectors, financial services, healthcare, insurance, energy, music, government, real estate and more.