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Tomsk CCI will held a seminar on Blockchain on June 22

  Tomsk CCI together with the first Federal Center-School of Crypto-Currency, Bitcoin School, organizes a seminar "Blockchain as a tool of business reliability", which will take place on June 22, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the conference hall of Tomsk CCI (71a Krasnoarmeyskaya Street).

  Blockchain technology is becoming popular in various areas of modern life (from logistics to banking business) thanks to the automation of processes and the decision of problems with the confidence that it brings. Russia is thinking about the legalization of ICO, the number of blockchain projects is growing. It is predicted that in five years this system will completely change the world, and blockchain market will grow to $ 20 billion by 2024. Blockchain is a way of data storage, a public base of transactions or deals, and it is impossible to forge it: the record of any change is preserved for all participants. If you are interested in this idea and you are thinking about blockchain business, but do not know where to begin, listen to the recommendations of Polina Sazonova. She is general partner of the SLA / Decentury Collaboration, the head of the Decentury Team, a developer of blockchain projects, an analyst, a practitioner (developed more than 20 concepts and technical assignments for the implementation of blockchain in business, accompanies the promotion of projects at the ICO), the lecturer of the Higher School of Business of Novosibirsk State University of Management Economics.

  During this seminar there will be an opportunity to know about the advantages of blockchain technology, its impact on various systems in the organization, the stages of implementation of blockchain into the operating business and the experience of companies in this sphere.

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