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    • 28 Feb 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Denver Press Club, 1330 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO 80204
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    Hosted at the historic Denver Press Club

    Discover the huge opportunities made possible by blockchain technology, a more secure alternative to traditional data management systems - which has also fueled the wild success of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. This panel of technologists, entrepreneurs, and legal experts will highlight the promise and risks that lie ahead for those seeking to leverage blockchain for driving future revenue. Blockchain has received much attention by underpinning the recent growth of crypto-currencies, but mainstream enterprise-level institutions are now seeking proof of blockchain technology's value and capabilities beyond crypto-currencies.

    Come learn and explore the exciting possibilities! 

    February 28, 2018 

    5:30 – 6:30 PM Networking Reception

    6:30 – 8:30 PM Panel Discussion with Q&A

    Light appetizers and beverages served.


    Location

    Denver Press Club

    1330 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO 80204

    (Metered parking and surface lots are adjacent and in close proximity.)


    Panelists

    Frank Ricotta - CEO BurstIQ

    BurstIQ is a leading healthcare blockchain data company. Its product ecosystem allows for monetization of individual and business data to transact through a network of marketplaces for personalized products and services, value-added B2B services, research opportunities, and peer-to-peer networks. Its HIPAA-compliant platform leverages blockchain technology through machine intelligence to enable healthcare organizations to access, understand, and control their health data.  The BurstIQ platform and ecosystem work together to improve the advanced security of big health data, increase health access and personal empowerment, reduce healthcare costs, and enable new insights and care models. Its proprietary blockchain offering is the healthcare industry's leading HIPAA-compliant secure data platform.


    Andrew Lewman - VP DarkOwl

    Andrew has more than 30 years of global technology experience in a variety of domains, including information security, systems administration, and data management. His interest lies in the intersection of technology and humans. Andrew has been a top executive at many high-growth start-up companies, such as TechTarget, The Tor Project, and Farsight Security. He’s an advisor with military and intelligence agencies in the US and its Allies, most recently with the NSA, DHS, and Thorn Foundation.    



    Eric Kintner - Partner Snell & Wilmer

    Eric focuses on providing clients with practical and business-centric legal advice. With more than a decade of experience across a broad range of industries, he is able to combine industry-specific knowledge with innovative solutions to help clients address challenges with complex legal and business issues across their local, regional and global operations. From startups and emerging businesses to established companies, Eric represents clients in a variety of sectors, including blockchain.



    Bruce Daley - Founder Objective Cloud

    Bruce Daley is the founder of Objective Cloud – a company dedicated to building trust using blockchain certification.  In course of his career, Bruce has taken many companies from idea to profitability including a consultancy, a financial advisory firm, an events business, and a publishing firm. In addition to starting six businesses he has worked at Bain & Company. Bruce is the author of "Where Data is Wealth", and a recognized thought leader and who has been quoted in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, MIT Technical Review.


    More about the blockchain technology

    Blockchain removes the need for a trusted third party or intermediary to validate transactions, it instead uses a decentralized consensus mechanism to agree on the validity of transactions. It provides security and integrity through cryptographic encoding of all transactions. And it provides immutability, as all data written into the blockchain is extremely difficult to change back. The technology provides significant opportunities to simplify, speed up, and reduce the cost of transactions of all kinds.