Blockchain is new to the technology landscape and evolving quickly. We’re on the bleeding edge and we’re all a part of shaping the world.
We’re decision makers, we’re influencers, we’re hobbists and we’re curious about what we can learn and how we can apply that in our daily lives.
It doesnt matter if you’re a hardcore techy writing and developing your own solution, or an executive responsible for the direction of your enterprise, you’ve got questions, and we’ve got the experts.
For this meet up, Blockchain Professionals has assembled a panel of heavy weights in our industry and they’re all yours.
George Samman – Blockchain Researcher
George is passionate about blockchains and distributed consensus systems as applied to financial technologies. He believe that blockchains and financial technologies will change how business is done in all industries.
He currently consulting to financial institutions globally, and researching the technology in greater depth so as to be able to explain its potential to institutions of all shapes and sizes. George also advises companies in the space helping to make strategic decisions.
Justin Dombrowski – Blockchain with a commercial focus
Justin has blockchain technology as a special focus, having served globally as a subject matter expert for payments firms, telecommunications companies, banks, and asset managers.
Justin is well acquainted with the technology and its applications to various industries, having led a projects involving mobile payments, digital currency/PoS integration, multi-asset mobile wallets, loyalty rewards, and smart-insurance contracts.
Hannah Glass – Introducing the law to blockhain tech
Hannah has taken an early, keen interest in blockchain technology from the point of view of the law.
Having worked in large enterprises and legal firms alike Hannah as the legal experience to match this new wave of technology shaping the world.
Luke Anderson – Smart contracts
Passionate about technology from a young age Luke is the co-founder of the Sydney Ethereum meetup group.
Luke is currently undertaking his Ph.D with the School of Information Technology where he examines blockchain technologies, their underlying networks, and their potential applications.
He is also lecturing two information security courses within the university, one of which I am the pioneer and author.