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Health care data management is critical to the claims process, which has struggled to maintain accurate and consistent information. Listen to Andrew Beal, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young LLP, explain how companies can leverage blockchain technology to better manage data and identity management tasks.
Eric Piscini, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, offers insight into how some organizations are exploring blockchain technology as an alternative to the current procedural, organizational, and technological infrastructures required to create institutionalized trust. Visit http://deloi.tt/1Mesilu
Bitcoin has pushed blockchain technology into the limelight in recent years. Now, many companies are investing in blockchain technology and finding more creative applications. Join us for a complimentary webinar explaining the technology’s basics, problems it solves and types of smart contracts it enables. Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to: * Explain blockchain technology basics * Describe the problems blockchain technology solves * Recognize the smart contract types on the horizon
Marco Santori, partner attorney at Cooley LLP, discusses legal questions faced by Fintech companies (including bitcoin, cryptocurrency and other blockchain-based companies). Marco Santori leads the FinTech team at Cooley LLP, an international law firm. Marco talks about the regulatory side of these new technologies, government regulations and how these regulations in US are different than other countries. He talks about the friendly and unfriendly regulations of various countries towards cryptocurrency and how the cryptocurrencies will affect their respective economies. Marco also discusses app coins vs. cryptocurrencies, AML, KYC, issues related to ICOs (initial coin offerings) and more. This interview is a MUST LISTEN for any founder or company working in the fintech, bitcoin, blockc...
Have you been hearing the word blockchain everywhere but don’t really know what it is or how it works? Check out Deloitte’s two minute explanation on how blockchain technology works and why everyone is talking about it.
Register at http://www.empirefintechconference.com Empire Startups hosts the largest FinTech Meetups and annual FinTech Startups Conferences in NY & SF. http://www.meetup.com/NY-FinTech/ | http://www.meetup.com/SF-Fintech/ This panel is from the 2016 Empire Startups FinTech Conference in San Francisco Moderator: Lance Koonce, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Panel: Ryan Smith, Co-founder & CTO, Chain; Arianna Simpson, Venture Partner, Crystal Towers Capital; Constance Choi, Co-Founder COALA
Discussion - hosted by Dr. Dirk Siegel, Partner Financial Services Practice and Leader Blockchain Institute, Deloitte Dr. Michael Jünemann, Partner, Head of Banking & Finance Germany, Bird & Bird LLP Dieter Loewe, Managing Director Financial Services & Public, NTT DATA Deutschland GmbH Dr. Udo Milkau, Head of Strategy and Market Development, Transaction Banking, DZ BANK AG Oliver Naegele, Gründer & CEO, Blockchain Helix AG und FinTech Headquarter UG Theodor Schabicki, Partner Digital & Strategy, BearingPoint
As governments and companies move from research and development to deployment of distributed ledgers and blockchains for identity, they will need to consider the legal and regulatory implications of, and risks presented by, these transformative technologies. In this session we’ll consider different approaches to regulation, and ask the fundamental question of whether self-sovereign identity and regulation can co-exist Filmed at the 2017 K(NO)W Identity Conference - Washington, D.C. http://www.knowidentityconference.com Panelists: Juan Llanos - Senior Advisor, One World Identity Steve Ehrlich - Lead Analyst for Emerging Technologies, Spitzberg Partners Alan Cohen - Of Counsel, Steptoe & Johnson LLP Jamie Smith - Global Chief Communications and Marketing Officer, Bitfury Group Andrea Tinia...
Gardere attorneys Edward H. Block, Eric Levy and Peter S. Vogel presented the webinar titled “Blockchain Legal Risks.” Many people are familiar with the online currency "bitcoin," but many do not understand that blockchain is the technology that permits the internet to have its own monetary system. In January 2017, the Food and Drug Administration signed a contract with IBM to utilize Watson (its artificial intelligence technology) to better protect electronic medical records using blockchain technologies. Since data may be stored on the cloud anywhere around the world, it is essential to understand the laws that apply to your own use of blockchain. This webinar will educate you on blockchain and offer some insights into what the future may bring to currency, contracts and cross-border tra...