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BLOCKCHAIN, AI, & DIGITAL ASSETS CONFERENCE 2019

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This the 3rd edition of this annual event. Two days of networking, exhibiting and deep learning, the Lagos Blockchain, AI & Digital Assets Conference is a highly successful event series that attracts over 1,000 attendees and numerous thought leaders as speakers. The event is acknowledged as a hybrid conference of value and innovation typically laced with actionable insights which attendees can begin acting upon almost immediately.

The past event photo gallery can be viewed here: https://www.flickr.com/gp/157855943@N04/Q8E16v

The conference theme is “Blockchain: Beyond the Hypes!”

At the upcoming #LagosBlockchain2019, attendees will discover how Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), IoT, Big Data and Virtual Financial Assets are altering and disrupting incumbents and creating new opportunities for forwarding thinking individuals.
We have planned supper interactive panel discussion segments around the technologies of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) to provide every attendee with actionable insights that can be applied immediately to accelerate progress in any chosen career path.

Conference Content (Day 1)

Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami PhD, Director-General/ CEO National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) is expected as a guest of honor.

Mr. Andrew Nevin PhD, Chief Economist at PWC will deliver a Keynote on “How Blockchain, AI Digital Virtual Financial Assets and other technologies of the 4IR could drive economic advancement across Africa”.

Panel Sessions

We had panel sessions on “Blockchain, AI, Virtual Financial Assets and the Future of Work in Africa”“Virtual Financial Assets Taxation in Nigeria: What Prospects” –  moderated by Akeem Ogunseni, Senior Manager Tax Services at EY. And “Blockchain For Social & Economic Transformation: How Nigeria could Benefit”.

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Other subject matter experts and professionals expected at the conference included Boye Ademola, Partner Technology Advisory & Digital Transformation Lead at KPMG Advisory ServicesWole Oyeniran, Enterprise Platforms/ Systems Integration Leader, West Africa at Deloitte ConsultingDr. Segun Aina, Chairman Fintech Associates/ President Fintech Association of NigeriaShamim Khan, Esq. Director, Lex Futurus (UK) Blockchain Regtech & Law Limited, Salisu Kaka Assistant Director, Head Blockchain at NITDA, and Ian Friend, Cofounder/ COO Ferrum Network, NYC, among many others.

Premium Masterclasses (Day 2)

“Blockchain & Decentralized Finance: Threats and Opportunities for the Banking and Finance Industry” –Facilitator – Shamim Khan, Esq. Director, Lex Futurus and (UK) ₦75,000.00 Register for this Masterclass

“Blockchain Business Strategy, Legal, Policy and Regulatory Aspect of Blockchain Technology”. Facilitator – Olutoyin J Oloniteru MD/CEO, Spindlar Cyberlaw Centre & Chairman, CEIAfrica. ₦75,000.00 Register for this Masterclass

“Cryptocurrency Trading Secretes of Masters: Assets, Trends and Trading Signals for profit”. Facilitator Tola Joseph Fadugbagbe CEO Cryptocurrency Master Class, and DR. SHADRACH EGBOKWU Lagos, Nigeria. ₦35,000.00 Register for this Masterclass

“AI STRATEGIES FOR EXECUTIVES & BUSINESS LEADERS”
Facilitator Dele OmotoshoProduct DirectorWireless Analytics, LLC. New York. ₦55,000 Register for this Masterclass.

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