BlockApps CEO Kieren James-Lubin will be participating in the industry roundtable of the second annual Blockchain on GCP forum in New York City.
STRATO is OAuth enabled, meaning users can login in to STRATO with existing service providers like Microsoft, Google and GitHub.
11:30am Welcome from Erik Nordlander, GV + Lunch
12:00pm Shaul Kfir, Digital Asset, speaks to partnership with GCP & development experience
12:30pm Googlers John Lee & Paul Mattei present on GCP + Trillian
1:00pm Peter Wilson, Blockchain, dives deep on Blockchain's GCP architecture
1:30pm Konstantin Ritcher, Blockdaemon, presents on deploying nodes-as-a-service on GCP
2:00pm Kavita Gupta, ConsenSys Ventures, shares how ConsenSys invests in the Ethereum ecosystem
2:30pm Kieren James-Lubin, BlockApps, speaks to partnership with GCP & vision
3:00pm Open mic/discussion
3:30pm Closing + Happy Hour
AGENDA: Kieren speaking (1) his vision for the blockchain space, (2) what BlockApps is doing, esp. in light of the partnership with Google, (3) other relevant perspective/insights.
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