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With a global value of $708 US million in 2017, research predicts that by 2024, the Blockchain will be worth a staggering $60.4 US billion. Besides the Blockchain’s most recognised application through cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, use cases for the Blockchain have increased in a number of industries.
One such example of a Blockchain use case is through the music industry. Smart contracts enable independent musicians to directly connect to listeners without the involvement of third parties. Cutting out the middle player alleviates pressure around censorship, giving musicians full creative licence over their work. Listeners are able to influence the market directly through their own demand by allowing sales and profits to go straight to the artist.
Taking advantage of the Blockchain’s potential, how can you successfully build and scale a Blockchain product?
At our event, How to Build and Scale a Blockchain Product, our panelists will discuss:
Gendry is Founder of Fight Plan, a Blockchain platform for rapid prototyping and experimentation, aimed to increase adoption of use cases on the Blockchain. The idea for Flight Plan was created after her team launched a decentralised application called CryptoCats, a digital collectible avatar on the Ethereum platform. With over 20 years experience, Gendry has a degree in Computer Science and a background in backend development. Gendry’s work helps demystify the Blockchain through a user experience lens across use cases in the fashion, supply chain, art, and game industries.
Daniel is an entrepreneur with primary focus on decentralized web technologies. He is a founder at Tenzorum Project, Chairman and founder of bitfwd. Daniel is particularly interested in disruptive innovation in the FinTech space. He is based mostly in APAC (Australia, New Zealand and China).
Prior to Blockchain technology ventures Daniel was involved in research and engineering roles in areas such as Quantum Computation, Nanoelectronics and Biosensors.
Daniel holds an MSc degree in Nanotechnology from the Technion – Israeli Institute of Technology and a graduate of the QLC Orion Entrepreneurship program from the Business School at the University of New South Wales.
With 15 years experience in engineering and software development, James has worked in a variety of domains from industrial/home automation, to local tech companies and start-ups.
The last 7 years have covered development, product management, and tech advisor roles, both locally and abroad.
As organiser of the OzBerry IoT MeetUp and smart-contract developer/auditor, James is exploring applications using IoT and Blockchain technologies that can positively impact society.
Kerman is the founder of 8x Protocol, a protocol that enables non-volatile recurring payments on the Ethereum blockchain. Before entering the blockchain space 6 months ago, Kerman was an iOS developer and had founded The Homework App – an app to help generation-z students stay on top of their homework. He started working on the app at the age of 14 and has amassed over 2,000,000 downloads over the past 6 years with 100,000 students using the app every month. The app has been featured on various media publications such as Forbes, Yahoo and more.
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