17 October 2018 | 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Event details

The trillion dollar companies of the dot-com era were created post the initial hype of the internet. Now that the crypto markets have plummeted, we seem to be well past the speculation and hype.

For the Blockchain, this has brought focus onto its adoption and created a level playing field for companies looking to create useful solutions through their projects.

Learn about the #BUIDL movement, from the people who have been busy building use cases and real working decentralised applications (DApps).

At our event, see what the Blockchain looks like IRL. We’ll showcase some live Blockchain use cases from our alumni, and some recently launched proof of concepts (POCs) and use cases. 

  • Showcases from our Alumni, POCs and live blockchain use cases
  • The current state of the Blockchain
  • Hear from the makers on real-world challenges and opportunities



Gendry Morales

Founder of The Flight Plan

Gendry is the founder of Flight Plan (http://theflightplan.io), a Blockchain Platform for rapid prototyping and an Experimentation Ecosystem to accelerate the adoption of use cases on the blockchain. This idea was born after her team launched a decentralised application called CryptoCats (http://cryptocats.thetwentysix.io) last year, digital collectable avatar art on the Ethereum Platform.

Gendry has 20 years of technology experience, 12 years of that in leadership roles specialising in modern engineering practices and product delivery. Gendry has a degree in Computer Science and background in backend development. She is a thought leader in Digital Transformation and Post Conventional Leadership. She regularly speaks at conferences covering topics in advanced Product Delivery practices at scale and how to use data science with team performance. And she helps demystify blockchain technology through a user experience lens with use cases in fashion, supply chain, art and games.

Dates and fees
17 October
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Academy Xi,
Level 3,
45 Exhibition St,
Melbourne VIC 3000