23rd December 2017

Michael Mainelli – Z/Yen

Michael is a co-founder of the Z/Yen, City of London’s leading commercial think-tank and venture firm. His talk was centred around 3 themes: the reason for his […]
22nd December 2017

Trent McConaghy – Sunny Day Tech, Rainy Day Law

The CTO of BigChainDB and Ocean Protocol Foundation gave a talk on how the everyday use of technology needs to be backed by a legal framework […]
21st December 2017

Imogen Heap – Mycelia

Imogen Heap gave a talk on her project called Mycelia and the impact blockchain technology can have on music. Imogen is an English singer and songwriter. […]
20th December 2017

Jeremy Silver – Blockchain and entrepreneurship

The CEO of the Digital Catapult and an entrepreneur specialising in digital media, big data, music and the creative industries talked about blockchain technology and enterpreneurship. […]
19th December 2017

Scott Nelson – Supply Chain Finance

During the talk Scott gave an overview of the work that Sweetbridge is doing to build an ecosystem for blockchain supply chain use cases. He argues that […]
18th December 2017

Stephen Diehl – Smart Contracts for New Entrepreneurs

The CTO Adjoint gave a technical talk about formal verification of smart contracts. Adjoint offers a smart contract platform and distributed ledger solutions designed to improve […]
17th December 2017

Christopher Brewster – Smart Contracts and the need for Semantics (and reasoning)

Christopher Brewster is the senior scientist in the Connected Business team of the TNO, Netherlands. His current research interest concern knowledge management; the role of structured […]
16th December 2017

Meng Wong – Computable contracts

Co-founder of Legalese and fellow at the Berkman Klein Centre for Internet & Society, gave a talk on the work he is doing with his project. […]
15th December 2017

David Roon – OpenLaw

David Roon from OpenLaw gave a talk about smart legally binding agreements. OpenLaw is a project which aims to all users to model legal agreements through […]