Blockchain the year 2019, what is our position?

Blockchain the year 2019, what is our position?

< Overview Events 15-02-2019

TE project manager and blockchain expert Gerard Persoon took us along in the blockchain technology of the year 2019 on Wednesday 13 February.

  Gerard has been intensively engaged with this subject over the past few years and is developing a course in this area for the Hague University of Applied Sciences. He was able to provide us with detailed information about current blockchain applications and his expectations for the future, based on his experiences and practical examples.   There is so much to tell about this young technology: from the general opportunities and challenges to the sectors for which blockchain can be a future opportunity and how you recognise blockchain as a business driver.   A very interesting session, with, of course, an enjoyable (network) drink. Gerard, thank you very much for your inspiring story and all those present for your attention and excellent questions. I look forward to seeing you at the next TE drinks gathering!   Are you curious about whether blockchain could be an opportunity for your organisation, or how you can recognise blockchain as a business driver? Please don’t hesitate to contact us, we would be happy to think along with you.

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