Blockchain's Who, What, Where, When & Why

Learn from industry experts vested in Blockchain projects

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03 April Event Planning in Process
Last Month's Roundtable Discussion Panelist
Jim Anastassiou

Co-Founder and CTO at Blocksense

Phillipe Chevry

Technology Architect, Strategist, Futurist & Speaker | A.I. & Blockchain Technologies

Mike Cohen

Systems Engineerat Blocksense, lover of all things crypto and blockchain

Andre Dupont-Moguel

Vice President Strategic Partnerships, Leadweb

Yannick Folla

Co-Founder at ICON Partners, Cryptoassets Enthusiast and Holder, ICO Advisor

Vincent Gauthier

Co-founder Technology and Product, Catallaxy

Thibaud Marechal

Head of Platform, Real


Steven Milstein

Host, founder StartupBreakfastClub & Collab.Ventures



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Blockchain Five W's

Ask Blockchain community leaders and competing service providers about;

The Five W's:
  • Who's working on Blockchain?
  • What are they doing?
  • Where are they at in development?
  • When do they expect to be in production?
  • Why should I start now? 

Who Should Attend?

  • Anyone who wants to learn about the new Blockchain era and what changes it can bring about
  • Anyone who thinks they need Bitcoins to run a Blockchain project
  • Startups and developers wondering which technologies to focus their efforts on
  • Enterprises with questions about pragmatic Blockchain use cases, their value propositions and timeframes

What's on the Agenda

  • 08:15 am: Check-in: Settle in with some coffee & something to eat
  • 08:30 am: Introduce yourself, pitch your business & your interests
  • 09:00 am: Roundtable panel discussion
  • 10:00 am: Networking: Analog socializing as in human-to-human interaction
  • 10:30 am: Hard-stop

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Where We're At

Notman House, 51 Rue Sherbrooke O, Montréal, QC H2X 1X2, Canada
Enter via Café OSMO, on rue Clarke and go up the stairs to the third floor.

Previous Events
06 Feb Remote Presentation, Q&A
Watch it on  IBM developerWorks TV with;

Mark Parzygnat

Program Director, Blockchain at IBM
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