Blockchain Expo Hosts Industry Leaders and Silicon Valley Start-ups
Blockchain Expo North America is bringing together some of Silicon Valley’s most disruptive start-ups this November, for two days of thought-leadership and networking.
Blockchain Expo is making its highly anticipated North American debut this month, bringing with it two days of keynotes, panels and case studies. The event will also feature an extensive exhibition hall, where companies will be demonstrating their technologies across the Blockchain, AI and IoT spaces.
As part of the line-up, some of Silicon Valley’s most disruptive start-ups will be introducing their products, and pitching their forthcoming ICOs.
Amongst those taking part is RadJav, a software development platform and decentralized datacentre, where apps, dapps and smart contracts can be safely and quickly created.
The business was designed to protect developers against the rising threat of cyber-attacks –
“We’re taking a radically different approach to first support the broader developer community, not only with blockchain technology, but also in the rapid application development of native apps, while creating the infrastructure to support a trust-less environment – improving client to server security, and an entirely new level of simplification that delivers lightning fast throughput.”
Catch Nathanael Coonrod, Managing Member of Higher Edge Software/ RADJAV, on November 29, in the ICOs, Tokens and Cryptofinance track.
Also speaking is Patrick Paul Palacios, CEO of Appsolutely. Appsolutely is a loyalty based platform, working to enable business of all sizes to reward their consumers.
“Blockchain can enable the future of customer loyalty. We’re excited to share our vision for making this a reality with our roadmap for the Loyalty Economy.”
With an ICO taking place in mid-December, catch Patrick in the free ICOs and Blockchain Technologies track, taking place on November 30.
RadJav and Appsolutely will be joining other Silicon Valley start-ups, including Karma, STK Token and World Wi-Fi. Blockchain Expo will also be hosting the likes of P&G, Capital One, Wells Fargo, GE and Red Bull Media House.
Find out more about the line-up, and book your place, at https://blockchainexpo.com/northamerica.