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Blockchain for E-governance

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Oval Space

29-32 The Oval

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E2 9DT

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Can blockchain revolutionise Government?

Experts from University College London and electronic ID solution Procivis debate the issue at our London meet up. Get your new year off to a great start by meeting blockchain experts and debating the future of the industry.

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PROGRAMME

18:00 — 18:30 - Networking
18:30 — 18:45 - Welcoming words
18:45 — 19:00 - Binary District Education Center: Fostering learning and innovation
19:00 — 19:30 - E-voting on blockchain, Patrick McCorry, Research Associate at University College London
19:30 — 20:00 - Blockchain tech for e-governance, Daniel Gasteiger, Founder and CEO of Procivis
20:00 — 20:15 - Closing remarks
20:15 — 21:00 - Networking

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- PATRICK MCCORRY is a Research Associate at University College London. His focus is cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, cryptography and decentralised systems. McCorry was awarded the first prize in the Creative Cyber Security Hackathon hosted by Newcastle University, Lancaster University, Raytheon and BIS (Department for Business and Innovation, UK); and the third prize in the Economist Cyber Security Challenge.

- DANIEL GASTEIGER has over 20 year experience in the financial services sector. Before co-founding Procivis, an electronic ID solutions company built on integrated e-government platform eID+, Gasteiger began his career as as an FX trader at Credit Suisse. He then went on to work at UBS where he built up and managed the Office of the Chairman as a Managing Director.

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How blockchains can be implemented to support government agencies and public services? Join us in examining the technical and legal constraints, reviewing examples of global governments that have already adopted blockchain technology, and discussing future trends in the digitisation of government services.

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Oval Space

29-32 The Oval

London

E2 9DT

United Kingdom

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