Learn about Blockchain technology best practices, careers, barriers to adoption & future, and certifications.
If you have been following banking, investing, or cryptocurrency over the last several years, then you have heard of “blockchain,” the record-keeping technology behind the Bitcoin network.
Blockchain seems complicated, and it definitely can be, but its core concept is really quite simple. A blockchain is a type of database that stores information in “Blocks”, hence the name “Blockchain”. If you are interested in switching careers into a field that is expected to grow to by 300%, come join us.
- Why Blockchain?
Discuss real-time use cases and how to identify a need?
- What is Blockchain
Types of Blockchain
Smart contracts in blockchain
- How to Blockchain
End to end
How is Blockchain different from other projects?
- Where are Blockchain opportunities
Adaptation by industry
Discuss the pro's and cons of Blockchain
- Who is needed for Blockchain projects?
Roles in Blockchain
Most valuable technical role
Considering a career in Blockchain? - Certifications & Learning resources
- When to or NOT to Blockchain?
- Q & A
- Guest Speaker background
Featured Speaker(s)Wazenn Nithesh
, Founder & CEO, WAZENN FOUNDATION
Wazenn was a US liaison to the research wing of a multinational company, who turned to be homeless, lived in the streets of New Jersey, kidnapped, lost immigration status, became illegal, got debarred from entering United States for ten years and lost footing in society. Eventually challenged his difficulties and established life in United States.
Mr. Wazenn working with Labor Racketeering Division in a fraud investigation helped over 146 international students regain their valid immigration status and back wages from a fraudulent employer. Mr. Wazenn has operational expertise across discrete manufacturing, oil & gas, and telecommunication companies in United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions and practiced as a paralegal specializing in business laws and Immigration. As of January 06th 2017, Wazenn, Nithesh resigned from all his professional activities and went out to start as a climate change entrepreneur, and failed due to governmental regulations. Currently, he is working in operations in the Blockchain and revenue systems space for financial systems groups.
Emerging technologies lead involved in transition initiatives in the billing validation space. Led AI initiatives that addressed over 25% of the transaction fallouts by transitioning existing reactive research & report process to AI-based predictive process and Blockchain initiatives in dispute management space that reduced 600 K invalid claims per year corresponding to $380 M in impact to cash flow.