Society of Internet Professionals Blockchain SIP Talks
Wake up and Taste Blockchain: February 22, 2018 at ThatChannel, Toronto
Join us for the 2nd Blockchain event of #SIPTalks and explore what is Blockchain and how it will affect your life....very, very soon!
Wake up and Taste Blockchain
Integrating Blockchain in Your Business
Date: Thursday, February 22, 2018
Time: 6 pm - 8:30 pm
Registration, refreshments and meet SIP Team and Speakers at 5:30 pm
Venue: Internet TV Station - ThatChannel.com
Location: 600 Bay St, Suite 510, Toronto, ON M5G 1M6, Toronto
We are pleased to invite you to this second of three monthly sessions in our newly launched #SIPTalks. We began with a successful January session: “Wake up and smell the Blockchain” including three experts discussing how to harness Blockchain in your life.
For this Event, once again we have three experts who will simplify Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies: wallets, tokens and mining in 20 minutes talk time each, followed by a panel discussion.
Come early, by 5:30 to Network and meet Peers and Industry Leaders.
• Jerry Qian, Founder, Open Bounty, Founding Organizer of The Bitcoin Bay, the largest and longest running Toronto Bitcoin meetup group.
Jerry is working on OpenBounty, a project management platform utilizing smart contract transactions and collaborative platforms.
• Aryan Nava, Founder, Chief Strategy Officer, Blockchain Mind Inc.
Aryan will help us understand the demand for Blockchain technologies and Cryptonomics – the economics protocols that govern the demand, production and consumption of Cryptocurrencies and helping clients to launch ICO (Initial Coin Offerings) on Ethereum and building smart parking using Blockchain and Hardware wallet.
• Scott Howard, CEO, ePIC Blockchain Technologies Inc.
The infrastructure required to mine cryptocurrencies. A massive business opportunity is waiting.
Scott connects tech companies with partnerships, channels, and capital to accelerate revenue growth. Converting business strategy into a predictable revenue engine that is multi-factor, not just sales.
Network with our sponsors, your peers and some industry leaders.
$25. Early Registration, before February 18 is $20.
Free for SIP members, become a member (only $50/year) and also attend free next Blockchain event (Security concerns on March 22, 2018). Membership has many other perks.
Details and registration: https://SIPblockchain2.eventbrite.ca
SIP Membership Details: http://www.sipgroup.org/membership/
For more information or sponsoring opportunity, send an email to
Vikas Ramrakha, VP Events at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 416-558-3061
Check out our SIPTalks First Blockchain series discussion Wake up and Smell the BlockChain!
Download of a Princeton University Book on Blockchain
There’s a lot of excitement about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Optimists claim that Bitcoin will fundamentally alter payments, economics, and even politics around the world. Pessimists claim Bitcoin is inherently broken and will suffer an inevitable and spectacular collapse. Underlying these differing views is significant confusion about what Bitcoin is and how it works. Princeton University, wrote this book to help cut through the hype and get to the core of what makes Bitcoin unique.
This book addresses the important questions about Bitcoin. How do Bitcoin and its block chain actually work? What makes it different? How secure are your bitcoins? How anonymous are Bitcoin users? What applications can we build using Bitcoin as a platform? Can cryptocurrencies be regulated? If we were designing a new cryptocurrency today, what would we change? What might the future hold?
Register for the above event and get a pre-publication draft of the book, a study conducted by the Princeton University https://SIPblockchain2.eventbrite.ca
Kudos to all of you for the success and your contribution to our 2nd #Blockchain event of #SIPTalks Wake up and Taste the Blockchain: a panel discussion by Jerry Qian, Aryan Nava and Scott Howard.— SIP Association (@sipgroup) February 26, 2018
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