The Vermont Technology Alliance is presenting a “Let’s Tech Together” Lunch & Learn panel discussion on blockchain technology and opportunities in Vermont on Oct. 17 at the Community College of Vermont.
Blockchain is the framework technology for securely processing financial and other transactions digitally, creating new opportunities in banking and finance, real estate, insurance, health care and other areas. Vermont passed legislation this year which enables the creation of blockchain-based limited liability and personal information protection businesses, putting it at the forefront of states welcoming entrepreneurs who want to lead in the application of this technology.
This session is an opportunity to hear an informal panel of representatives from businesses that are innovating and providing leadership in the use of blockchain technology.
The Vermont Technology Alliance presents “Let’s Tech Together” networking and information sessions to highlight the unique businesses and organizations that are driving tech innovation (and job opportunities) in all areas of Vermont’s economy.
The panel will include
- Christopher Day, Business Advisor for RapidQube, a 2016 startup focused on blockchain ecosystem technologies.
- Michael Ly, CEO of Reconciled and Co-Founder of BlockchainVT.co
- Ethan McLaughlin, partner in the corporate department of Gravel & Shea law firm, which has a blockchain technology group.
- Josh Decatur, Founder & CEO of Trace, a blockchain business serving the legal cannabis industry.
Come learn about these businesses and join the discussion on the application of blockchain technology in Vermont and worldwide.
$15 for Vermont Technology Alliance Members
$20 Not Yet Vermont Technology Alliance Members
Register and pay online via PayPal, or RSVP to Ginny, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-735-0840 and pay in advance via check, credit card via Square invoice, or at the event with cash or check.
- Noon - 12:30 p.m.: Lunch & Networking
- 12:30 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.: Introductions
- 12:45 p.m. - 2 p.m.: Panel Discussion and Q & A
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