Former Prime Minister of Estonia, Air France KLM, Renault, Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange, and many more to highlight the various applications of blockchain and how they are transforming operations.
Dubai, November 2018
Across the UAE and the Middle East, governments and organizations are pouring investment into blockchain and other new and innovative technologies; with investments in blockchain predicted to reach USD 300 billion in the years to come.
Blockchain technology is already driving new efficiencies across multiple operations and industries. By leveraging what is considered the biggest revolution since the internet, blockchain, governments, organizations, and corporations can revolutionize their operations while enhancing safety in their day-to-day operations.
With the hype around blockchain not diminishing anytime soon, and a big question mark on the real business value of using blockchain in the picture, IQPC’s Blockchain Applied Conference (February 19 to 20, 2019, Dubai) will bring global and regional visionaries and stakeholders already working on blockchain applications in their operations to discuss their journeys, returns on investments and how these stakeholders are creating blockchain powered organizations of the future.
The event will feature mainstage talks, workshops, startup sessions and an action-packed agenda spread across two days. The event will host government officials including the Former Prime Minister of Estonia, consortiums like MOBI, banks including DBS, Mashreq and Commercial Bank of Dubai amongst other 20 plus blockchain experts speaking about their blockchain strategies and journeys.
Blockchain Applied Conference will be held from the February 19 to 20, 2019 at The Address Dubai Mall, Dubai. For more information, download the agenda: https://bit.ly/2GcMwzo
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