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Thursday, September 13
 

3:00pm

PRO TALK: Adoption of Crypto and Blockchain Technology
There is a scarcity of web developers adopting blockchain technology and cryptocurrency and therefore we are lacking roadways for the cars we have built. There is a huge need for developers and vendors alike to start participating in this new economy by accepting cryptocurrency as payment as well as a need for holders of these currencies to be able to spend them somewhere.


Speakers
avatar for Ilana Fraines

Ilana Fraines

Co-Founder and Lead Blockchain Developer, TokenAI
Ilana Fraines is the co-founder and lead blockchain developer at TokenAI, a cryptocurrency investing platform powered by Artificial Intelligence. After discovering computer science at an early age, Ilana began developing apps and eventually became a full-time software developer for... Read More →


Thursday September 13, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Workshop Room 1

3:25pm

OPEN TALK: State of Blockchain Applications- What's Worked v. Still Needs Work
As thousands of companies have been using BlockCypher for 5 years to create new blockchain applications, we've seen applications succeed and fail. In this session, we'll look at blockchain applications that have been developed and discuss which ones have taken off and why. We'll also look at ones that have not taken off. In this session you'll hear about: - case studies spanning financial services, healthcare, energy, e-commerce - regulatory and industry challenges to blockchain adoption - common characteristics of successful blockchain applications

Speakers
avatar for Karen Hsu

Karen Hsu

Chief Revenue Officer, BlockCypher
Karen Hsu is Chief Revenue Officer at BlockCypher. With over 20 years of experience in technology companies, Karen is co-inventor of 5 patents and has worked in a variety of engineering, marketing and sales roles to bring new products to market. She has worked on Data Integration... Read More →


Thursday September 13, 2018 3:25pm - 3:50pm
Main Stage

4:25pm

OPEN TALK: OPEN TALk: How Can Data Change our Investment Behavior ?
  • The optimization of data
  • Evaluation methodology with public data
  • Application of AI&Blockchain technology in value-based investment decisions
  • DAS Brain Algorithm

Speakers
avatar for Albert Lin

Albert Lin

Co-founder/Chief Algorithm Architect, DAS.Link
Albert started his career as a software engineer in Amazon, and soon after he joined Tune.inc as a senior software developer. In 2016, he was recruited as the lead algorithm architect in China Renaissance, the top investment bank in China focusing on TMT industry, and from which he... Read More →


Thursday September 13, 2018 4:25pm - 4:50pm
Main Stage
 
Friday, September 14
 

9:00am

PRO TALK: Advancing Blockchain into IT industries
With the blockchain technology developing into areas beyond finance and ledger applications, many established companies are looking into whether this technology will disrupt their business, bring in new opportunities, and/or provide business growth. This session will look into expanding the blockchain technologies, from DLT, consensus, cryptography, and smart contract/programmability into IT, and cloud infrastructure and services, explore the potential multi-billion dollars business tide changes. It is more than just mixing the blockchain with server farms, or a pool of under-utilized resource with some buzz words. The full understanding of compute, storage, and network, with the expertise about the blockchain will help shape the best paths across the maze of the current dilutions to archive the greatest values.

Speakers
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Jim Xu

Principal Engineer, Huawei Technologies
Jim Xu is the Principal Engineer and Chief Blockchain Architecture in Huawei US R&D. He is leading the blockchain research on the IT technology in Futurewei Technologies, covering distributed ledger, consensus and smart contract. Prior that, he led the Edge Computing, IoT and Network... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 9:00am - 9:25am
Workshop Room 3

9:00am

PRO TALK: Creating Provable Cybersecurity on the Blockchain
Blockchain alone isn’t enough to provide true cybersecurity — but add it to trusted computing, and you’ve got a powerful combination that keeps an immutable record of what you’re doing while ensuring that it’s what you wanted to do.

Speakers
avatar for Steven Sprague

Steven Sprague

Managing Partner, Sustany Capital
Christian Kameir is Managing Partner at Sustany Capital, a venture capital firm investing in blockchain technologies that are reshaping the business landscape. Christian has been a tech entrepreneur since the dial-up days and is an expert in future technologies, network effects and... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am
Workshop Room 1

10:00am

OPEN TALK: Blockchain and Crypto Security: What Every Investor Needs to Know
The cryptocurrency industry has suffered US$673 million in losses during the first quarter 2018, while overall losses in the last 5 yr. is estimated at over $2.3 B .  This session reviews blockchain and cyrpto security at all levels, examines some notable hacks and what can be learned, and  looks at the security eco-systems with some practical learnings and advise, that every cyrpto investor needs to consider.  In both the companies/tokens they invest in, how they hold/store/use  blockchain and crypto.

Speakers
avatar for Sean Salloux

Sean Salloux

COO, Baanx Group, Baanx Group
Sean has over 20+ years in mobile, crypto, banking security, amongst other sectors, and was part of creating the first e-wallet on a credit card (back in 1999!) for Gemalto, MasterCard, Korean and Japanese banks. He was employee #1 for Gemalto’s $700M corporate VC arm, the largest in Europe at the time, and invested in and acquired companies in the crypto/mobile/e-wallets/mobile and security space in US, EU, and Asia.Since then, he has been CEO of... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Main Stage

10:00am

PRO TALK: Blockchain Cryptography for Developers
In this talk the speaker will explain very briefly the key cryptographic concepts used in the blockchain systems and will demonstrate them with Python code: - Elliptic curve cryptography (ECC), ECC concepts, curves, secp256k1, ed25519 - From private key to public key to blockchain address - Generating Ethereum addresses / signing / verifying signed messages - Cryptographic hash functions like SHA256, SHA3, RIPEMD160, … - HMAC and key derivation, key-derivation functions like HMAC-SHA256, PBKDF2, SCrypt - Blockchain wallets: simple keystores and HD wallets (BIP39 and BIP44), wallet formats (like JSON / UTC), wallet encryption (AES + padding + CBC/CTR, SCrypt, HMAC)

Speakers
avatar for Svetlin Nakov

Svetlin Nakov

Blockchain Engineer and Technical Trainer, Software University (SoftUni)
Svetlin Nakov (http://nakov.com) is a passionate blockchain engineer, trainer and experienced developer in broad range of technologies. He is a technical advisor in several blockchain ICO projects (LockTrip, Academy School of Blockchain, Tokenize Xchange, Bountie, WeiDex). Svetlin... Read More →



Friday September 14, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Workshop Room 1

10:00am

PRO TALK: Source Code Management on Blockchain
First born in 2008, blockchain’s claim to fame comes from its role as the underpinning technology for Bitcoin, but it has evolved to be used for much more than cryptocurrencies. While it is many things, it is a decentralized, independently verifiable, and immutable ledger at its core. When transactions are recorded on the ledger, every member of the network is updated. The decentralized nature of this ledger ensures that these transactions and the information they carry are tamper-proof. Thanks to blockchain’s use of merkle trees, it is very easy for the network to verify the validity of each transaction. There are over 22 million software developers in the world writing more than 600 billion lines of code each year. The amount of developers is growing over 20% year over year. A single modern sports car has the same amount of code as two Facebook’s. Developers and their code shape the world we live in. Source Code Management underpins the world software development apparatus. Git is the most popular and widely used version control technology today. What if those two worlds collided? Could you take the amazing innovations of the blockchain technology and apply them to the Git world to create a decentralized infrastructure for global developers with full autonomy, no single point of failure and immutable security and record keeping?

Speakers
avatar for Jacek Materna

Jacek Materna

CTO, Assembla
Jacek Materna is a technology evangelist and cyber security expert with more than 15 years experience.  As CTO of Assembla, Jacek leads the strategic vision for the company’s technology practice. In this role Jacek consults frequently with customers to better understand... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 10:00am - 10:50am
Workshop Room 2

10:25am

PRO TALK: Using Blockchain to Reduce Fraud in Human Resouces Enterprise Applications
This session provides a detailed explanation of how to use Blockchain technology to reduce fraud in a Human Resources enterprise application. The technique is applicable to other enterprise applications besides HR applications, but this session is focused specifically on an HR use case. The presenter is the author of a book on Blockchain that is being published this fall.

Speakers
avatar for Sudip Majumder

Sudip Majumder

SENIOR DIRECTOR - INDUSTRY IOT AND BIG DATA ANALYTICS DEVELOPMENT, Oracle
An Oracle veteran of 17 years, Sudip heads up development and product management of cloud–native Industry Analytical product portfolio specific to Airlines & Transportation, Communications & Media, Retail & Consumer Goods , Utility & Energy industry. These products follow the DevOps... Read More →
avatar for Tom Plunkett

Tom Plunkett

Consulting Solutions Director, Oracle
Thomas Plunkett is a Consulting Solutions Director with Oracle Public Sector. He has written several books related to Big Data and Cloud Computing. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences on computer software topics, including Big Data, Blockchain, Cloud Computing, Cyber... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 10:25am - 10:50am
Workshop Room 3

11:00am

PRO TALK: Future Proofing Token Economics With Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) Simulation
Risk and behavioral analysis techniques used by traditional finance also apply, now even more so, to autonomous blockchain markets and their token economics. Markov Chains are used to create Bayesian probability models essential to financial systems. When combined with Monte Carlo simulation, model variable samplings using different distributions show all the possibilities of market behavior. By sampling all combinations of changes to model variables, system faults leading to market failures can be detected and eliminated. These models and simulators also serve as a comprehensive test harnesses for complex smart contract based economic systems. These tools are integral to future proofing the token economic model of autonomous blockchain markets before flipping the switch and hoping for the best. Tools, and mechanisms for simulating and verification testing token economies will be covered. Subutai’s Bayesian model MCMC simulation for its dual token structure based economy with an autonomous market maker and systemically important payment system (SIPS) that manages its currency reserves will be demonstrated. At the end of this talk, you will have access to free open source tools to rapidly start future proofing your own token economic model in a live network.

Speakers
avatar for Alex	Karasulu

Alex Karasulu

Co-CEO, OptDyn Inc.
Alex Karasulu is an entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the software industry and a recognized leader in the open source community. He is widely known as the original author of the Apache Directory Server, used by IBM both as the foundation of the Rational Directory Server... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 11:00am - 11:25am
Workshop Room 3

11:25am

PRO TALK: Managing the IoT data with the Blockchain
Managing the IoT data with the Blockchain Re-engineering Enterprise and Consumer Identity Management Using The Blockchain == We are developing Proof of Asset protocol that uses IoT sensors as well as other collected data to monitor state and conditions of digitized assets. Such assets can be of any nature: real estate, vending machines, shared property, rental cars, etc. Collecting data from IoT sensors, analyzing and storing it on blockchain can protect digital asset owners from alteration attacks and data forgery. It can also be used by legal institutions and law enforcement to protect legal rights for property owners.

Speakers
avatar for Syed Hussain

Syed Hussain

CCO, BANKEX
Syed S. Hussain is a highly innovative global executive, thought leader, advisor, investor, and serial entrepreneur. He currently serves as the Chief Commercial Officer for BANKEX - a top 50 fintech company that leverages blockchain technology to build the ‘Internet of Assets... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 11:25am - 11:50am
Workshop Room 3

1:00pm

PRO TALK: NuCypher: Private Data on Public Blockchains
NuCypher is a data privacy layer for blockchain and decentralized applications that gives developers a way to store, share, and manage private data on public blockchains. It uses proxy re-encryption to create a decentralized access control infrastructure and is leveraged by leading dApps and protocols like Bluzelle, Origin Protocol, Medibloc, and many others.

Speakers
avatar for MacLane	Wilkison

MacLane Wilkison

Cofounder & CEO, NuCypher
MacLane Wilkison is the cofounder and CEO of NuCypher, a data privacy layer for blockchain and decentralized applications, that's backed by Polychain Capital and Y Combinator. He is a software engineer and former tech, media, and telecom investment banker at Morgan Stanley.


Friday September 14, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Room 1

1:00pm

PRO TALK: Zero Knowledge Collaboration in the Supply Chain : Business Drivers and Technology Choices
The information gap in the supply chain needs trusted privacy preserving collaboration techniques so ecosystem partners can plan with unprecedented precision and turn siloed information into capital knowing that their data remains safe and confidential. 

This talk will explore the supply chain business scenarios for Zero Knowledge Collaboration®, the technology options for realizing it and their tradeoffs.

Speakers
avatar for Ranga Krishnan

Ranga Krishnan

V. P. Technology, Skuchain
Ranga Krishnan is V. P. Technology at Skuchain. He was involved in thefirst real world blockchain letter of credit transaction, based on Skuchain'sBrackets technology, with Wells Fargo and CBA in 2016. He is developing the Zero Knowledge Collaboration EC3 platform at Skuchain... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Room 2

1:25pm

OPEN TALK: Enterprise Transformation with Blockchain
This session will look at a framework for mapping blockchain capabilities to 
enterprise needs leading to potential innovations and new solutions across the enterprise application stack.

Speakers
avatar for Salim Ali

Salim Ali

CEO, Loyakk
Salim runs Loyakk, Inc and is a frequent speaker on Blockchain and its impact on the Enterprise Application Stack. At Loyakk, Salim is working on leveraging blockchain capabilities to enable enterprises to share and collaborate across company boundaries. Prior to Loyakk, Salim... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 1:25pm - 1:50pm
Main Stage

2:00pm

CANCELLED: Blockchain: Parts Unknown
Digital world has produced efficiencies, new innovative products, and close customer relationships globally by the effective use of mobile, IoT (Internet of Things), social media, analytics and cloud technology to generate models for better decisions. Blockchain is recently introduced and revolutionizing the digital world bringing a new perspective to security, resiliency and efficiency of systems. While initially popularized by Bitcoin, Blockchain is much more than a foundation for crypto currency. It offers a secure way to exchange any kind of good, service, or transaction. Industrial growth increasingly depends on trusted partnerships; but increasing regulation, cybercrime and fraud are inhibiting expansion. To address these challenges, Blockchain will enable more agile value chains, faster product innovations, closer customer relationships, and quicker integration with the IoT and cloud technology. Further Blockchain provides a lower cost of trade with a trusted contract monitored without intervention from third parties who may not add direct value. It facilitates smart contracts, engagements, and agreements with inherent, robust cyber security features. This paper is an effort to break the ground for presenting and demonstrating the use of Blockchain technology in multiple industrial applications. A healthcare industry application, Healthchain, is formalized and developed on the foundation of Blockchain. The concepts are transferable to a wide range of industries as finance, government and manufacturing where security, scalability and efficiency must meet.

Speakers
avatar for Bhairav Mehta

Bhairav Mehta

Data Science Manager, Apple Inc
Experienced engineer, entrepreneur and seasoned Statistician / programmer with 14 years of combined experience working on product service/ channel /warranty management in electronics consumer products industry at Apple Inc. (4 years), yield engineering in semiconductor manufacturing... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Workshop Room 1

2:00pm

PRO TALK: Human - Centered Design, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning for Digital Experiences
Tomorrow’s Digital Experiences and how artificial intelligence is shaping our human-centered design future. We will discuss how IBM Design Thinking impacts human -centered outcomes at speed and scale

Speakers
avatar for Krystal Webber

Krystal Webber

Global Design Lead, IBM Blockchain Services, IBM
Krystal leads IBM Blockchain Services’ global design and customer engagement discipline. Leveraging the power of blockchain - enabled transactions, her team consults with clients all over the world to accelerate transformation of their business models, busin ess ecosystems and business... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Workshop Room 3

2:00pm

OPEN TALK: PANEL: Machine Learning for Smarter Search
To create "smarter search" in today's search engines, we need to understand a) what our users are looking for, b) what kinds of questions they've generally been interested in the past, c) what previous attempts to satisfy this search question have been, d) what others have been feeling were successful answers to this (and related) questions.  These questions are difficult in general, but with our user's collective behavior to guide us, an "80% solution" can be achieved by doing that most effective "machine learning model": counting.  The next 80% relevance gain can be found in a combination of collaborative filtering recommender systems wired through your search engine, and simple supervised machine learning for query intent classification.  If you really need to get the remaining 80% of relevance gains left, you'll need to roll up your sleeves and do some NLP or knowledge graph mining, but first let's see if you even need to get that far.

Speakers
avatar for Jake Mannix

Jake Mannix

Chief Data Engineer, Lucidworks
Jake Mannix is the Chief Data Engineer at Lucidworks. Before joining Lucidworks, Jake worked on the Semantic Scholar project at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, and prior to that was tech lead for Twitter’s data science and data engineering teams, building both the... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Main Stage

2:25pm

PRO TALK: Blockchain-driven Data Marketplaces: A Reference Architecture
Data Marketplaces are gaining significance. With the abundance of enterprise data everywhere, the notion of data monetization is on every enterprise’s mind. One enterprise’s data is another enterprise’s analytics goldmine. With the advent of IoT, our enterprises are part of connected ecosystems. As participants of the same partner ecosystem, enterprises belonging to an industry are keen on sharing data with each other or at least try to monetize on that, where possible. However, with everyone’s astute focus on compliance regulations like GDPR, data sharing is not easy. And, therein come Blockchains with the promise of complete data auditability and governance. This session will showcase the key challenges and a reference architecture.

Speakers
avatar for Dinesh Chandrasekhar

Dinesh Chandrasekhar

Director, Hortonworks
Dinesh Chandrasekhar is a technology evangelist, a thought leader and a seasoned product marketer with over 23+ years of industry experience. He has an impressive track record of taking new integration/mobile/IoT/Big Data products to market with a clear GTM strategy of pre-and-post... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 2:25pm - 2:50pm
Workshop Room 3

2:25pm

PRO TALK: Digitizing the Supply Chain Via Blockchain
Each year, $25 trillion in business transactions take place in the global supply chain, but because of supply-chain inefficiencies--including overstocks, out-of-stocks, supply-chain interruptions, and lost sales opportunities--nearly $4.7 trillion of this spending is effectively wasted, imposing an enormous burden on buyers and sellers alike. One reason for these high, needless costs and lost revenue is the fact that only 27% of global B2B transactions are digitized. This session will demonstrate that, by using blockchain and smart contracts, global supply chains can be made much more efficient, not only eliminating unnecessary costs, but providing significant monetary benefits to both buyers and sellers in all parts of the world.

Speakers
avatar for Payson Johnston

Payson Johnston

Chief of Staff, Crowdz
Payson Johnston has 20 years’ senior-level supply-chain management experience, serving most recently as Senior Manager for Global Supplier Management for Cisco. Among other responsibilities, in this position, he developed and drove the commodity strategies for five global supply... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 2:25pm - 2:50pm
Workshop Room 1

3:00pm

PRO TALK:How to Avoid a ostly Crypto Mistake and Save $100 Million
Following the Great Recession in 2008, people began searching for alternative means of financial transactions removed from the third-party middlemen they felt they could no longer trust. Then came Bitcoin: the decentralized currency that took personal information out of the hands of bank behemoths and back into the hands of their rightful owners. Initially a concept in Satoshi Naokomoto’s 2008 whitpaper, Bitcoin has since become a major part of the cultural landscape, starting a cryptocurrency revolution. There are now over 1500 altcoins, and that number is continuing to grow all the time. Furthermore, the blockchain technology that powers Bitcoin is transforming the way enterprises process business transactions in industries as varied as legal services, health care, and real estate. In my presentation, I will discuss why I believe Bitcoin and other digital currencies will grow even more influential in the modern-day financial landscape, as well as how they will continue to demonstrate their value as the peoples’ currency.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Kline

Chris Kline

Chief Operations Officer, Bitcoin IRA
A Denver, Colorado native, Chris Kline joined Fortress Gold Group as a partner and Director of Operations in 2012. Chris drove the operations strategy and execution that lead to the company becoming an Inc 500 leading provider in gold and silver for IRAs. Following his success in... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 3:00pm - 3:25pm
Workshop Room 3

3:00pm

OPEN TALK: Managing Identity on the Blockchain
Factom has identity management built into the core of the blockchain code allowing users to define cryptographic identities for people, documents, resources and nearly anything else. Managing identity on the Blockchain creates identities with a verifiable history; every change to the identity is permanently written to the Blockchain creating an audit trail. What’s more, hierarchical identity keys allow for easy management of identities in the real world as when low level keys are compromised externally or rotated due to internal processes, the keys can be revoked and replaced with higher level keys. Paul Snow will walk attendees through identity management on a blockchain and the many key use cases it facilitates.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Snow

Paul Snow

CEO, Factom
Paul Snow is the founder and CEO at Factom, the creator of the first blockchain technology built from the ground up, to solve real-world business problems. Paul’s innovative approach to software and application engineering has spawned a litany of inventive open-source companies... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Main Stage

3:00pm

PRO TALK: Inverting the Client Server Paradigm with Blockchain-Secured Edge IoT Gateways
Currently the mindset of the IoT world is that devices are clients to a powerful central server. This is not going to work going forward with billions of potentially insecure devices with our personal information communicating over long distances to servers in the cloud. Hopefully the general public will wake up and demand that they own their data, and will be provided with unbrickable future-proofed IoT products. If that happens the end-user will need to be protected with end-to-end encryption, in-house security products to protect the “lesser” devices and will need the ability to source services from independent providers for their needs (security, storage, etc). This will make the service providers in the cloud clients of our devices on the IoT Edge. The whole client-server paradigm will be inverted, central cloud clients communicating with IoT Edge servers. The inversion quickening has already begun! The unbrickable, free open and modular hardware platform, the Subutai Blockchain Router v2.0 went into production in April of 2018 to specifically lead the inversion. It is the Swiss Army Knife of IoT Gateways. The router has an Arduino Shield header, a Raspberry Pi Hat, and 4-PMOD connectors to interoperate with shields offered for these ecosystems. Thousands of sensors, actuators, controllers, and peripheral buses interoperate with the Subutai Blockchain Router. The router is acts both as an IoT Gateway and a hardware accelerated cloud router. It’s essentially a Subutai appliance with custom circuitry inside programmable logic that also supports an advanced hardware security framework for industrial IoT. The device’s FPGA can also contain a soft core for the Ethereum Virtual Machine to rapidly execute EVM instructions. It is designed to integrate itself and the devices it connects on the edge securely into the blockchain. In this session we will introduce users to the Subutai Blockchain Router and how to create IoT-enabled edge using the Subutai Platform.

Speakers
avatar for Alex	Karasulu

Alex Karasulu

Co-CEO, OptDyn Inc.
Alex Karasulu is an entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the software industry and a recognized leader in the open source community. He is widely known as the original author of the Apache Directory Server, used by IBM both as the foundation of the Rational Directory Server... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Workshop Room 1

3:25pm

OPEN TALK: Social Media Influencers and Celebrities for your blockchain
Speakers
avatar for David Drake

David Drake

Founder and Chairman, LDJ Capital
David Drake is Founder and Chairman at LDJ Capital, a multi-family office which deals in worldwide funds accessing over trillions in assets and maintains over 50+ global directors and family office partners. More recently, David Drake is also seen as a leader in blockchain and cryptocurrency... Read More →
avatar for Dallas Santana

Dallas Santana

Hollywood Media Executive/ Content Creator
 Dallas Santana is known for creating more than over 350 episodes of TV for networks like CBS, ABC, Direct TV, Dish, Sky TV (UK). He is also an expert in social media strategy for major brands, television shows,  movies, "A-List "celebrities, professional athletes,   and is a leading... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 3:25pm - 3:50pm
Workshop Room 3

4:00pm

PRO TALK: AnyLog - A Decentralized Network to Manage IoT data
AnyLog is a decentralized network that manages IoT data. AnyLog uses storage and compute resources offered by miners (for rewards) to create a massively parallel computer to process IoT data. Using a unique and innovative approach (leveraging a decentralized network), AnyLog allows users to store, share, query, and monetize IoT data in real time, with no reliance on a centralized authority.

AnyLog inherently solves the problems of scalability, real time availability and high costs associated with the huge amounts of IoT data and it replaces the IoT silos of data with a global and unified platform. In the same way that Google offers a unified interface to websites' data, AnyLog offers a unified interface to IoT data.

Speakers
avatar for Moshe Shadmon

Moshe Shadmon

CEO, AnyLog Inc.
Moshe Shadmon has more than 20 year of experience in building data management companies and evolving new technologies to reality. Moshe is the founder and CEO of AnyLog and previously the Founder and CTO of ScaleDB (a time series database company). Moshe published multiple papers... Read More →


Friday September 14, 2018 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Workshop Room 1