NYC Blockchain Center Member Showcase
October 29 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
NYC Blockchain members are entrepreneurs working on a wide range of blockchain applications. Join us for an evening presentation of products from four of our members, showcasing password safety, tolling interoperability, instant payment and tokenization platforms, followed by networking with investors, entrepreneurs and NYC BC members.
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Members & Products
Tammy Leigh Kahn, Co-Founder & Partner of BTblock & CEO of FYEO™
Thomas Olofsson, Co-Founder & Partner of BTblock & CTO of FYEO™
BTblock is a blockchain and cybersecurity firm focused on ideation, validation, implementation, and commercialization of emerging technology. FYEO™ is a BTblock innovation that leverages the key technologies of blockchain transactions to create deterministic passwords from cryptographic keys, a first of its kind solution for today’s growing data breach problem.
Matt Milligan, Managing Partner at Milligan Partners
Milligan Partners is a creative team of technologists and management consultants whose work focuses on the public sector and transportation services. Tolling.Network is built on Hyperledger and allows toll agencies to share transponder statuses, license plates, and toll transactions with distributed ledgers.
Sergey Grybniak, Co-Founder and CEO of Opporty™
Andrey Sarayev, Co-Founder and CTO of Opporty™
Opporty is a blockchain infrastructure provider and integrator whose primary focus is private blockchain applications for enterprise solutions. As a blockchain software vendor, Opporty provides private side-chain infrastructure for Ethereum to solve its scalability and privacy limitations. Opporty will showcase a project in which they created a transnational wallet/platform to allow users to shop on Amazon using Ethereum.
James Waugh, Collaborator at CRE8
CRE8 is a multidimensional tokenization platform designed for app-specific governance. CRE8 introduced a new data structure in February 2018, ERC-888, which enables unprecedented flexibility, interoperability and scalability on public networks. The team is now building a set of modular protocols, giving users different ways to create “tokenized” actions. The mission is to help organizations validate participation with greater accountability, enabling greater transparency and collaboration.
6:30pm – doors open
6:45pm – presentations and Q&A
8:15pm – networking
8:30pm – doors closed