Blockpass Workshop – Blockchain Identity Protocol as “Passport for a Connected World”
Blockpass is holding its first workshop in London on Tuesday, 10 October 2017, at Level 39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, E14 5AB, London.
Blockpass is a blockchain-based Regtech platform offering shared identity verification, regulatory and compliance services for humans, companies, objects and devices. The platform will enable the development of new applications that rely on a trusted connection between human and device identities.
In the workshop, speakers and attendees will examine the use of blockchain tech and smart contracts for
- Building a Platform-as-a-Service offering shared regulatory and compliance services for humans, companies, objects and devices.
- Supporting verification of humans (KYC), objects (KYO) and connected devices (KYD)
- Enabling development of new apps that require trusted connections between human, corporate, and device identities.
2000-2015 Welcome & Introduction of Speakers
2015-2045 Overview of Blockchain Based Identity Solutions & Projects – Humans, Objects, Devices
Speaker: Matthew Warner (Blockchain Journalist – AllCoinsNews.com & Chain-Finance.com)
2045-2115 Solving Problems of Identity & Compliance with Blockchain Technology
Speaker: Adam Vaziri (CEO Blockpass IDN)
2115-2145 Closing & Networking
Registration for the workshop is possible at this Meetup link :
Adam Vaziri is a blockchain lawyer who set up Diacle to assist blockchain & fintech projects with compliance. He is a tireless blockchain entrepreneur and labelled a ‘bitcoin pioneer’ by Bitcoin Magazine. Adam is now his third term as director of UK Digital Currency Association, which lobbied and achieved the most favourable regulatory environment for cryptocurrency in the world. Adam runs bitlegal.io a global tracker for blockchain law since 2014 and featured by CNN and Washington Post. Adam ran first suite of blockchain hackathons across the world: UK, India, HK and Malaysia under HackCoin.
Matthew is the editor of Chain-Finance.com and a writer for AllCoinsNews.com. He contributed to the Blockchain for Gaming Research report published by GamCrowd and Chain-Finance. Based near Windsor, England, Matthew is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick, and is a member of Mensa.