Blockland Solutions conference is over: What’s next for blockchain in Cleveland?

Blockland, Home, Moving Forward after Blockland
Cleveland.com | Full Article Blockland Cleveland delivered what its organizers promised: a sold-out crowd, hundreds of developers learning new skills and highly-lauded technology CEOs explaining why blockchain matters and why Cleveland might have a shot at leading the way. What the conference didn’t do was lay out a step-by-step route to Cleveland’s success as a hub for blockchain, a technology still in the research-and-development stage at major companies like IBM and Accenture. Cleveland’s Blockland initiative aims to work on different fronts simultaneously, pushing blockchain forward in areas like policy creation, education and philanthropy. Read More
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Blockland Solutions Conference Lays the Groundwork for Cleveland’s Tech Future

Blockland, Home, Moving Forward after Blockland
WKSU | Full Article The four day Blockland Solutions Conference in Cleveland brought tech leaders from around the U.S. to meet with local entrepreneurs and investors to look for new ways to use blockchain technology in the local economy. As Blockland backers plan next steps, there are challenges they'll face in creating a regional tech hub. WKSU's Jeff St.Clair on the Blockland Solutions Conference Charles Stack is CEO of Flashstarts, a tech-acclerator that’s putting $6 million in seed money into two dozen blockchain-based startups over the next year. Stack is convinced that blockchain, the digital technology behind Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, is the wave of the future. Read More
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Second Blockland Solutions conference planned for Nov.30 – Dec.3, 2019

Blockland, Home, Moving Forward after Blockland
Cleveland.com | Full Article Organizers are already working on the the second year of the Blockland Solutions conference, with next year’s events planned for Nov. 30 to Dec. 3. This year’s inaugural Solutions conference was planned in about five months, an extremely short timeline for a conference of this size. Still, it drew more than 1,700 people to downtown Cleveland’s Huntington Convention Center to discuss how blockchain technology can be applied in government, business, medicine and more. Read More
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