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It has been said the 2018 is the year that blockchain will establish itself as the fastest-growing digital technology since the evolution of the internet: that it is going to change the way we transact and manage assets, from everyday purchases to major financial decisions, and that it may well be the future of finance.


Having said that, the applications for blockchain technology extend well beyond digital money. It will probably also change the way you prove your identity, do your shopping, rent a car, apply for a job or enter university. Along the way, the shared ledger may force traditional institutions, like banks, corporations, universities, stock exchanges, and more, to change the way they operate.


In fact, it is predicted that blockchain has the potential to transform entire industries, not just banking and finance, but publishing, real-estate, healthcare, supply-chain management, cloud storage, advertising and insurance, to name but a few. Join us on 8 May as we discuss the current and future applications of blockchain in business and industry.


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Agenda

3 PM - 3:30 PM
Registration and Networking
3:30 PM - 5 PM
Panel Discussion

Speakers

  • Jason Inch (Author of China 4.0 & Co-founder of Genaro Network)

    Jason Inch

    Author of China 4.0 & Co-founder of Genaro Network

    Canadian Jason Inch is a Shanghai-based social entrepreneur best known for starting LOHAUS, China's first social enterprise and one of its earliest co-working spaces.

    Today he is using blockchain to connect the world with his startup Genaro Network, a provider of blockchain storage for decentralized applications and individuals, where he is a co-founder and strategic lead.

    He is also an independent economist who has been studying China since 1992 and has written three books about China's economy, including his most recent series called China 4.0 and its first volume, The Man, the Plan, the Dream.

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  • Siyi Wang

    Siyi Wang

    Siyi has been a Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) since 2014. He has published over 45 IEEE/IET papers in the past 4 years in the area of 4G/5G cellular networks, molecular communications and mobile sensing, and he was the recipient of an IEEE Best Conference Paper Award.

    His research interests include: blockchain technology, molecular communications, indoor-outdoor network interaction, small cell deployment, device-to-device (D2D) communications, stochastic geometry, theoretical frameworks for complex networks and urban informatics.

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  • Roald Munoz (Senior Research Analyst at Guotai Junan)

    Roald Munoz

    Senior Research Analyst at Guotai Junan

    Roald was born in San Diego, grew up in Chicago, and continues to learn in China.

    As Senior Industry Research Analyst at Guotai Junan, a top Chinese investment bank based in Shanghai, his research focuses on emerging industries and new trends such as: AI & Machine Learning, FinTech and Blockchain & Cryptoassets.

    Before joining Guotai Junan, Roald worked with Stroz-Friedberg, a business intelligence firm based in the UK and Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was a Korean analyst for the US Air Force.

    He holds an MBA from Shanghai Jiaotong University, Antai College of Economics & Management.

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Tickets

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Member Price RMB 250
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Standard Price RMB 350