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Topic: ICT

How is blockchain being used today?

Modified: Nov. 3 2022 Streaming

Enjoy a seminar with the stories on how and where blockchain technology is used today.

Real-world cases using blockchain technology.
While many applications are still at the exploration stage, there are many examples demonstrating how the technology could be used now and its potential across industries. Organizations are now using blockchain to secure their data, and reduce inefficiencies in the supply chain and logistics network, and intellectual property management. Blockchain is also used in food safety, healthcare data management, fundraising, and investment with security token offerings. We invite you to learn about cases where this technology was used and the outcome of it.

The program

Please note that the presentations are both in English and in Norwegian.

  • Bitcoin - Digitiale kontanter med absolutt knapphet
    Vetle Lunde, Arcane Research
  • NFTs in Web3 setting
    Magnus Jones, Blokkjede- og Innovasjonsleder i EY
  • Norwegian seafood trust, blockchain traceability from fjord to fork
    Espen Braathe, Circmar
  • BlockMatNet
    Céline Boéchat, Nofima
  • Blokkjeder i Equinor - hva gjør vi, hva ser vi i krystallkulen?
    Harald Wesenberg, Spesialist IT i Equinor
  • Empowerchain a blockchain for the Circular Economy
    Wilhelm Myrer, Founder & CEO at Empower.eco & Empowerchain.io
  • HOLONI: Democratising and accelerating the energy transition with DLT
    Wilfried Pimenta de Miranda, CEO of Alpha Venturi
  • Når blockchain alene ikke er svaret
    Anders Askevold, Sr. Manager Smart Centre and Partner Program i GS1 Norway


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