Place/Date: Prague - February 7th, 2019 at 5:59 pm UTC · 2 min read
Contact: Myroslava Buzikevich, EVENT COORDINATOR, Source: Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference
Non-developing agriculture, a huge amount of traffic jams, and polluted environment are just a part of the existing megalopolis problems. However, urban living conditions can be improved using new technologies.
On March 22, Bruce Jeong, Investor & Deputy CEO at Fundshing, will reveal how to create smart cities on blockchain technology. He will make a presentation: Smart crypto city.
Bruce Jeong runs Fundshing, a company offering various solutions based on blockchain for startups.
Blockchain has some risks: for example, hackers can conduct the so-called 51% attack. Major cryptocurrencies are almost not vulnerable to such an attack due to the high computing capacity, although swindlers can damage small cryptocurrencies.
The way to prevent similar attacks and to protect the transaction chain will be discussed on March 22 at Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Prague. Vano Narimanidze, Country Lead of Georgia for Horizen, covering Eastern Europe and CIS regions, will make a presentation: Solution to 51% attacks.
Vano Narimanidze is an expert with 10 years of experience in the Information Technologies sector and the founder of Georgia’s largest IT portal – Overclockers GE. The specialist holds Georgia’s absolute record of CPU overclocking.
The conference program is available on Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Prague!