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11 May – EU Tech Chamber German Chapter – Topic: New Ways Germany can Lead Through Technology: Blockchain

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The big megatrend “Blockchain”, which is on everyone’s lips, describes a decentralized technology known as the driving force behind the next evolutionary step of the Internet, the so-called decentralized network. The blockchain is primarily a large database in which all kinds of information can be stored with the huge advantage that only new entries are added and no old ones can be deleted. At the very beginning of a blockchain system there is an originating block, all further information is then added chronologically at the end after it has been checked and confirmed. However, not only financial transactions that can be stored in the blockchain. In principle, the concept is suitable for contracts, accounting or for the management of digital goods.

Experts are certain: Blockchains will turn the world upside down in just a few years. What does this revolutionary invention promise and how can companies exploit the enormous usage and transformation potential of this new technology?

Within our webinar of the German Chapter Digital Panel on Tuesday, May 11th we will discuss the topic “New Ways Germany can Lead Through Technology: Blockchain”. We are delighted to welcome Prof. Dr. Alexander Knauer Knauer, Managing Director of the German Company Teleskopeffekt as our Key Note Speaker. Teleskopeffekt is the innovative partner of the German project “WIR ! Blockchain Schaufensterregion Mittweida”, which aims to make the potential of the Blockchain technology tangible and secure the influence of German actors on emerging technological and societal, business model and organizational innovations.

Additionally, our panelists Oliver Volk, Blockchain Enthusiast who amongst others led diverse Blockchain project at big, well-known companies, Husen Kapasi, Engagement Manager Blockchain & Digital Transformation at PwC Deutschland, and Jonas Gross, Research Assistant and Project Manager at Frankfurt School Blockchain Center will talk about their experiences, use cases and suggestions on this promising technology.

We are excited to learn how a small region in Germany works on an innovation friendly ecosystem which welcomes Blockchain startups to find pilote users while growing to market leaders.  Core partners are the City Mittweida, Mittweida University of Applied Sciences as well as Volksbank Mittweida, the parent company of Teleskopeffekt.

Be part of this interesting discussion in our brand new EU Tech Virtual Center and register now:

DATE               Tuesday, May 11, 2021

TIME                09:00 a.m.  – 10.30 am CEST 

LOCATION    EU Tech Virtual Center

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