Don’t miss this free event: Blockchain technology use cases: Supply chain
We all know bitcoin, ethereum, and smart contracts. But is there more to blockchain? One thing is sure, blockchain and crypto-currency generally is massive news.
If you want to know more, join us at theDesk One Hysan Avenue on Wednesday 10th January, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, and learn from leading industry experts, OriginTrail.
About this event
Venue: theDesk One Hysan Avenue, 1 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay
Transport: MTR Causeway Bay, Exit F (Hysan Place) or Exit A (Times Square)
Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
6:30 – 7:00 Welcome drinks & networking
7:00-7:45 Talk with Žiga and presentation of OriginTrail
7:45-8:30 Q&A, networking
Solving problems, powering change
Blockchain technology has the power to revamp industry. Some of the most successful ICOs ( Initial Coin Offerings) are using the power of blockchain technology to solve real problems in established markets.
Have your heard of Wabi, Modum, VeChain and other hyper-successful crypto coins? They have one thing in common; they are bringing blockchain to complex global supply chains to increase transparency and consumer confidence. And their token values skyrocketed on the exchanges in Q4 2017.
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One thing is clear, blockchain is one of the sexiest applications for supply chains. But the question remains, how scalable are these solutions? Supply chains create an enormous amount of data. And there are cost and ecological reservations to blockchain technology. There must be a better way to utilize blockchain in supply chains.
Meet Žiga Drev
We invited Žiga Drev, COO of a Walmart-Food-Safety-Collaboration-Center-awarded European company, OriginTrail, to join us and explain how to bring together the best of two worlds: transparency of blockchain and scalability of traditional supply chain technologies.
Join us at theDesk One Hysan Avenue for a discussion with OriginTrail’s COO Žiga Drev. Discover how unlocking the blockchain for global supply chains can revolutionize this $525-billion industry.
OriginTrail’s work in the field has already been recognized and awarded by the industry leader Walmart, and they are starting their token sale on 15th January.
OriginTrail is the first purpose-built protocol enabling data sharing in supply chains. The decentralized, blockchain-supported network protocol builds trust, transparency, and security along any product supply chain.
It tackles both data fragmentation in traditional supply chain setups as well as scalability limitations of current decentralized solutions by storing just fingerprints of data on the blockchain.
OriginTrail’s pilot project with Chinese online store Yimishiji was awarded by Walmart Food Safety Collaboration Center and admitted to its Innovation Pipeline.
OriginTrail token presale starts January 15th, 2018. Crowdsale starts January 29th. Whitelisting is already open.
Further information: https://origintrail.io