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EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum in collaboration with ConsenSys

The European Commission launched the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum in February 2018, with the purpose of mapping key initiatives, monitoring developments and inspiring common actions.

We're delighted to host Ken Timsit, MD of ConsenSys France and a management committee member of the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum to give a talk outlining the role of the EU's Blockchain Observatory, the social and economic benefits and how Governments can support the blockchain ecosystem.

The talk will be followed by a Q&A with ConsenSys Ireland Managing Director, Lory Kehoe.

 

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 8:00am to 10:00am

The Little Museum of Dublin × 15 Saint Stephen's Green D02 Y066 Dublin

Event Type

Conference, Lectures & Presentations, Networking

Target Audience

Developers, Finance, Enterprise, Government

Topic

Ethereum, Blockchain, Finance

Category

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About Ken Timsit

Ken Timsit is a Managing Director for Europe at ConsenSys, based in Paris. ConsenSys is a global formation of technologists and entrepreneurs building the infrastructure, applications, and business models that enable a decentralized world.

As part of his role, Ken leads high-level relationships with large corporations and governments, executes application development and consulting projects, and identifies opportunities for new products and ventures externally and internally. He is a management committee member of the EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum (http://eublockchainforum.eu), an initiative launched by the European Commission.

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