Tusesday, November 29th 2016
New York Law School 185 West Broadway New York, NY, 10013
Hosted in New York City, Blockchain for Wall Street is a day of practical education and peer-to-peer engagement, providing an unparalleled opportunity to learn first hand how to play a part in the roll out of blockchain, distributed ledger and smart contract approaches on Wall Street and in the financial markets. Learn how to leverage and deploy these game changing technologies within your trading enterprise.
At 9:45AM the Technology Showcase opens, providing an opportunity to interact with sponsors and view their solutions and offerings. Which will be held in the Events Center.
Cloudsoft Founder and CEO, Duncan Johnston-Watt will be on a Panel discussing Financial Markets Blockchain Implementation Considerations and Choices at 14:45 in the Auditorium. The main focus will be on: Blockchain platforms and applications are not islands, but need to be deployed into IT environments that are already complex and operational. How does one assure a smooth roll out?
More about Blockchain for Wall Street:
The blockchain technology space has evolved rapidly during the past year, as Wall Street firms have begun to kick the tires of early software and engage in proof-of-concepts, around which much discussion has taken place. The coming year will be a crucial one as firms move from PoCs to limited rollouts in production environments - involving key blockchain technology choices, and IT infrastructure and integration decisions. Truly, the time for just talk is at an end. The time to do the blockchain walk is upon us. That walk begins at Blockchain for Wall Street!
Blockchain technology has leapt to prominence in the past year notably with the establishment of the open source Hyperledger Project hosted by the Linux Foundation. We examine its potential impact on financial services and asset management. We show how, using the Cloudsoft Application Management Platform, we can rapidly deploy and manage the Hyperledger Fabric running on IBM Blue Box clusters in San Jose, London, and Singapore, creating a geographically distributed Blockchain network.