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Blockchain meetup for #FestiveCollective

Updated: May 19, 2018

Johannesburg, 4 April 2018



Keen to learn more about The Blockchain Revolution - the technology that is changing the world? Likewise!

Invite friends and join for a drink, casual meet up and chat on blockchain to demystify what this term ACTUALLY means and its potential in Africa!

PRICE: A contribution of R50 (or more) for #festivecollective and Molo Mhlaba low fee private schools for girls in iSTEAM eduation

CONTRIBUTORS: Marvin Coleby, founder Raise (Canada), Aatish Ramkaran (Nedbank)

PARKING: Hyde Park Corner Shopping Centre. Take the lift to the top floor to get to the bar.

CATERING: cash bar and food on own account **IMPORTANT NOTE** Setting: Informal (no powerpoints and fancy AV, just a fun chat and sharing of ideas). This event will be used to gauge interest in the topic and format for future blockchain meetups over a casual drink after work.

*In you have indicated 'interested', please confirm your attendance to ensure we have space*

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"The first generation of the digital revolution brought us the Internet of information. The second generation — powered by blockchain technology — is bringing us the Internet of value: a new platform to reshape the world of business and transform the old order of human affairs for the better.

Blockchain is a vast, global distributed ledger or database running on millions of devices and open to anyone, where not just information but anything of value — money, but also titles, deeds, identities, even votes — can be moved, stored and managed securely and privately. Trust is established through mass collaboration and clever code rather than by powerful intermediaries like governments and banks". (Don Tapscott, Wikinomics)

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