An International Blockchain Congress serves as a tool to bridge the gap between countries; provides a method for allowing for commenting and policy input by various blockchain ambassadors and stakeholders thereby procuring global stakeholder buy-in; and establishes a platform for self-regulation, education, and dialogue with regulators around the world regarding blockchains and tokenization.
Policy: Diffusion of inovations, KYC & AML, regulations, compliance, fraud mitigation, smart cities, identity management.
AI & Data: Machine learning, advance analytics, data mining, automation, ambient intelligence, interoperability.
Tokenomics: Tokenization, utility & asset backed tokens, ICOs, CTOs, P2P economy, game theory, revenue models.
Healthcare: Bio-cryptoeconomy, medical records, genomics, clinical trials data, consent management, personalized medicine.
Smart contracts: Automated escrow, fundraising, Solidity, Ethereum, EOS, Dapps, chaincode, verification & enforcement, transaction costs.
Supply chain: IOT, tracking & tracing, retail, RFID, wearables, AR/VR, efficiency & transparency, warehousing & delivery.
FINTECH: Trade finance, open banking, payments, exchanges, digital commerce, mobile & micropayments.
Crypto: Bitcoin, XRP, Ether, Monero, Zcash, soft & hard forks, investments, stable coins, futures, options, trading.
Security: Custody, security entitlements, wallets, hashes, data protection, code testings, endpoint vulnerabilities & attacks.
Energy & estate: Energy utility models, renewable & wholesale energy, property titles, democratized ownership.
Infrastructure: Cloud computing, cryptocurrency mining, data centers, hardware, GPUs, ASICS, Hyperledger, Oracle
Development: Protocols, consensus models, algorithms, public, private & side chains, cryptography, scalability, distributed ledgers.
The U.S. Congressman
CEO, QRC Group
CEO, EOS Detroit
Partner, Perkins Coie
Partner, Foley & Lardner
CEO & Founder, Ambisafe