Printemps numérique, the Digital Spring, is back at the CCA for the next event of the series #intersections, VOL.9: Blockchain, from promises to applications. The event will question the potential and challenges related to the development of the blockchain in order to help businesses, citizens, decision-makers, and creators to better understand the transformations promised by this new technology.
With the participation of Guillaume Déziel (Digital Culture Strategist, Business Models & Blockchain), Audrey Raby and Philippe Chevry (co-founders of Nash), Francis Nadeau (CEO, Hydralab and co-founder of Blockchain Hub Québec), Andrée-Anne Perras-Fortin (Lawyer, Lavery Legal Lab on AI, Lavery Avocats), Natalya Joly-Dagenais (Blockchain project manager), Audrey Raby (Co-founder | Strategy, Nash), Catherine Guay-Chénard (Co-organiser Ethereum Montréal), Guillaume Déziel (Digital Culture Strategist, Business Models & Blockchain) and Catherine Mathys (Director of Industry and Marketing Trends, Canada Media Fund) who will moderate the discussion.
The #intersections series proposes an original format mixing a discussion panel, networking moments, and an experience zone with innovative digital projects. For tickets, please click here.
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