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Building Business Opportunities With Distributed Applications
Join this webinar hosted by 101 blockchain to learn from the vast experience of Digital Asset, creators of DAML, the technology used to replace the backbone of Australia’s cash equity market. The webinar will explore the concept of distributed applications, look at some use-cases far beyond finance, and discuss the major developments over the next one to two years which drive wide adoption and open the door to completely new business models.
Webinar Discussion Topics:
-> Distributed Applications Value
-> “Non-traditional” use-cases
-> De-risking Blockchain

Feb 27, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Enrico Camerinelli
VP Research @101 Blockchains
Enrico Camerinelli is a globally renown expert of supply chain finance and blockchain, whose current area of focus is on global transaction banking, supply chain finance, blockchain and corporate treasury systems. He is a founding member of the Supply Chain Finance Community and member of the Italian delegation at the United Nations Center for Electronic Commerce and Trade Facilitation. Enrico has been widely quoted by publications ranging from American Banker to the Financial Times. He has contributed editorial content to publications such as Supply Chain Europe, served as a consulting editor with The Global Treasurer, and is the author of Measuring the Value of the Supply Chain, a book about linking financial performance to the supply chain. He is regularly invited to speak at the most prestigious industry events, such as Sibos and EuroFinance. (https://101blockchains.com/)
Bernhard Elsner
Product Lead DAML @Digital Asset
Bernhard Elsner is the Product Lead for DAML, Digital Asset's open source ecosystem. Before trying to transform the way we think about and build software, Bernhard did stints as an actuary in large scale commercial insurance, developing adaptive learning systems, and as a researcher and educator in mathematics.