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Lunch & Learn with Desert Blockchain: Blockchain Basics

Blockchain is one of the leading topics in technology today. With the buzz generated by Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, leading companies and industries are striving to see how blockchain can revolutionize their businesses. Learn the basics of Blockchain for Business over lunch. Learn why leaders in different industries are leveraging this hot technology and understand the concepts associated with building a blockchain network. Did you know it is possible to digitize code and insert practically any document into the blockchain? Attend our free seminar and build a blockchain with other attendees to help further your understanding of how the technology works and the business use cases that are driving the new technology. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Executives and technology leaders who are looking to better understand what blockchain might mean to their industry or customers. If you are interested in learning more about the potential of the blockchain, join us on April 12 to hear Jay Carpenter, Founder of Desert Blockchain, discussing the world of this high technology. The session will take place at phoenixNAP’s Arizona data center and will cover the following segments: • Introduction to Blockchain • Let’s Build a Blockchain Using New Times Issues • Arizona and Phoenix Blockchain Community • Use-Case Opportunities for Blockchain Prototype Development • Questions and Conclusion After the presentation and delicious lunch, you will have the opportunity to go on a tour around the phoenixNAP data center. One of the attendees will also win the Kindle Paperwhite E-reader! Please register soon, spots are limited!

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PhoenixNAP data center
3402 E University Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85034, USA
Phoenix, AZ 85034


Thursday April 12, 2018 to Thursday April 12, 2018


11:30 AM


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