After successful stops in London, New York, Hong Kong, and San Francisco over the last 6 months, the Dublin edition of BlockchainCon will take place on June 7.

Created originally as an enabling platform for Bitcoin, Blockchain technology – essentially a virtual ledger of transactions, peer shared across vast networks – is incorruptible, fast and direct. With Blockchain technology set to explode over the next few years all manner of financial institutions are beginning to set up groups and task forces to assess the risks and possibilities.

So what is it? How can it be used by your organisation? What will be the functional, operational and regulatory ramifications? What should you consider when collaborating within your industry?

And what should you know now, as a (senior) executive, manager, investor or startup, in order to play an authoritative role in the discussions, debates and decisions to come?

BlockchainCon Dublin will cover all these topics and many more with a packed day of talks from a panel of expert speakers.

Some of the confirmed speakers are:

Luis Carranza, London

Entrepreneur, Advisor, Founder of London Fintech Week & Blockchain Conferences.

Adi Ben-Ali, London

Co-founded Tallysticks blockchain based invoicing, invoice financing and invoice trading.

Anish Mohammed, London

Advisory Board Member at Blockchain Advisory Group Ripple Labs.

Anthony Culligan, London

CEO of SETL, an initiative to deploy blockchain technology to institutional payments.

Colin Platt, London

Founder at ÐPactum.

Kush Patel, London

Co-founder and CEO at Tallysticks.

Leanne Kemp, London

Founder and CEO at Everledger.

Sergei Lonshakov, Russia

Project Architect – DAO Aira.

Gene Vayngrib, New York

CEO & Co-founder at Tradle.

Stephen Moran, Dublin

Innovation Manager at Bank of Ireland.

Peter Oakes, Dublin

Board Director & Chief Risk Officer at Bank of America Merchant Services and Founder at Fintech Ireland.

David Bowles, Dublin

David Bowles joined Delta in 2012 where he focuses primarily on ICT opportunities in Ireland and the UK.

Lory Kehoe, Dublin

Senior Manager – Strategy & Operations Financial Services at Deloitte.

Lúí Smyth, London 

Head of blockchain/ DLT research

at EdgeVerve Labs.

Tickets are now available for the event priced at €449 (+VAT). To register your place at BlockchainCon Dublin head on over to:

In a special offer for Irish Tech News readers, the organisers have provided a limited number of discounted tickets priced at €99 instead of €449. To avail of this great offer use the discount code IrishTechNews while registering.

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