Join the SmartLedger team, along with knowledgeable speakers and guests, for some great food, historic views, thought-provoking discussions, and demonstration of a globally-scalable, next-generation data management and monetization infrastructure, known as ‘Blockchain’.
Most of the conversation regarding blockchain across the United States, especially on Capitol Hill, has been centered around speculative tokens and tradeable digital assets known as ‘cryptocurrencies’. However, that is only a small fraction of blockchain’s utility, proving as an efficient and secure data management infrastructure, allowing for confidentiality, integrity, and availability on an Enterprise and Government level.
A brighter future exists in connected systems that can help to make better, real-time decisions, increase the efficiency of energy usage, and improve the overall quality of life – but today we find ourselves polarized by political disagreement, and still fractured by a global pandemic, which has exposed the built-in flaws in how we have always stored and shared data. An archaic, siloed, and antiquated mentality of a web of trust, that has stagnated innovation and overall information security.
As we rapidly transition from the ‘big data’ era to a global data-based, ‘extreme data’ economy, it is a matter of national and public interest to assure that stable, secure, and sustainable blockchain technology has the unobstructed lane to meet its inherent design; to scale and handle the world’s data and financial growing needs, improving beyond the capabilities of today’s limited digital infrastructure.
This national and public matter of interest begins with education and collaborative discussion(s), which we hope you will join: December 9th 2022, from 12pm to 3pm ET, at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004.
This educational luncheon is free for registered guests (limit 2 tickets per guest).
Ticket includes complimentary; Valet parking, Catered lunch, and Hosted Bar (3-5pm)
Topic(s) and Speaker(s) include:
Kurt Wuckert Jr. – The History of Blockchain and Digital Assets.
ZeMing Gao – The Current State of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies.
Gregory Ward – A Live Demonstration of Blockchain Information Security Capabilities.
Dr Dhirendra Shukla – Compliance and Traceability of Digital Assets.
Connor Murray – Legal Freezure and Recovery of Digital Assets.
Jake Jones – Next-Generation Connectivity and Privacy with IPV6.
ZeMing Gao – Closing Remarks and AMA