Charleston SC - FedEx strategist Dale Chrystie will be headlining the Resilience SC 2020 Virtual Blockchain Conference next month.
Despite the postponement of the 1st annual South Carolina Blockchain Conference due to the COVID-19 pandemic, South Carolina Blockchain, Inc. in partnership with PalmettoChain, Inc. has worked tirelessly to bring together the Resilience SC 2020 Virtual Blockchain Conference, which will feature many of the speakers and content originally planned for that live, in-person event.
The completely virtual, live conference will be presented 100% free of charge to attendees. It will be of great interest to entrepreneurs, investors, programmers, educators, technologists, financiers, real estate professionals, manufacturers, logisticians, healthcare executives, accountants, law professionals, energy executives, C-level decision-makers, policymakers and anyone who wants to learn how to be in a position to profit from the blockchain revolution.
Bringing together the brightest minds working to apply blockchain technology to industries like supply chain, agriculture, real estate, transportation, law, and many more, Resilience SC 2020 Virtual Blockchain Conference is the first event of its kind to specifically present blockchain use-cases with South Carolinians in mind.
Additionally, the ResilienceSC2020 conference will usher in the next phase of blockchain and entrepreneurship in South Carolina with the kick-off of the 2020 Palmetto State Blockchain Entrepreneurship Challenge. South Carolina Blockchain and PalmettoChain, Inc. are conducting the Challenge, in partnership with the McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise of the University of South Carolina. Details and prizes will be announced no later than July 15, 2020.
Register for the virtual conference, get advanced information on the competition and then log in on July 15, 2020, to see how blockchain technology is being applied around the World to bring next-generation solutions to present-day problems. If you’ve heard of blockchain but don’t understand how it will affect you and your business, now is your chance to get ahead of the curve.
This is a free event, so there is no cost to join, see how your industry is changing and how your business can stay competitive.
Françoise Birnholz, Investor and Shareholder, GoBeyond, Former Legal Head Special Projects Global Private Banking, HSBC, Former COO, Credit Suisse Asia Pacific.
Dirk Brown, Ph.D., Faculty Director, McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise at the University of South Carolina.
Daniel Desjardines, Ph.D., Kings Distributed Systems, Inc.
Gerald Dwyer, Professor of Economics, Clemson University Former VP at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
The conference will take place on July 15, 2020 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Register at: https://southcarolinablockchain.org/resilience-sc-2020/.
This is a free, online event.
South Carolina Blockchain is a for-benefit corporation (B-Corp) founded in 2020. Originating out of the efforts of PalmettoChain Inc., which was set to sponsor the 1st annual South Carolina Blockchain Conference in March 2020. Due to COVID-19, the conference was postponed; however, the content scheduled for the conference lays the foundation of the virtual seminar and educational platform now hosted by SouthCarolinaBlockchain.
Separately, PalmettoChain Inc. continues to focus on advocacy and legislative initiatives to promote a conducive regulatory framework for blockchain-enabled technologies, primarily cryptocurrencies and coin offerings, which represent a critically important foundation and functionality underpinning future blockchain business solutions.
PalmettoChain, Inc., founded in 2018, is a non-profit professional association that began as a grassroots group of blockchain enthusiasts that believe every individual, business and branch of government in the great state of South Carolina can benefit from blockchain technology. We believe this technology combined with other emerging technologies will create efficiencies heretofore unimaginable. PalmettoChain expects the development of the State’s own blockchain utility to serve the governments and businesses of South Carolina that serve her citizens.
Dennis Fassuliotis, Chairman of the Board, South Carolina Blockchain, Inc.