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Ghana blockchain conference on 28 November invite applications

Ghana blockchain conference on 28 November invite applications

Ghana blockchain conference dubbed “Blockchain for Digital Transformation” is due in November, and the Blockchain Network is inviting applications.

The Blockchain Network was initiated as a non-profit organization. It began as a convention for networking and communication. The organization is set to hold its third meeting in Ghana.

What is the Ghana blockchain conference?

The conference is being held in this country to ensure the country is kept up-to-date with advancements in Blockchain technology, while simultaneously allowing flourishment via meetings with experts. Along with this, the country would be provided with the chance of further advancement in areas including Artificial Intelligence.

The event itself is set to occur on the twenty-eighth (28th) of November 2019. This conference is preceded by the initial two highly triumphant conferences, both of which were also held in Ghana.

The theme of the Ghana blockchain conference was highlighted Blockchain for Digital Modification and was held at the Golden Tulip Hotel. A pre-conference event is also set to occur on November 26 and 27, namely the ninth Blockchain Training workshop.

Professionals from various avenues, including those in Commerce and Banking, the Education sector, Logistics and Shipping, Medical, etc. are requested to send their applications through the official website.

The Ghana blockchain conference is also said to feature keynote demonstrations, panel meetings, and presentations as well as plenary sessions. These were all set to focus on current technology and applications. Speakers and professionals would be circulating the best techniques, coupled with demos and solutions. The conference facilitates ideas to be shared among personnel of the government, experts on Blockchain, stakeholders, etc.

The Ghana blockchain conference has aided in the progress of business transactions around the globe by promoting Blockchain and cryptocurrency. Numerous Ghanians signed their names on to several platforms related to Blockchain. Several computing platforms like Bitcoin and Ethereum have given rise to a large amount of interest in the business domain.

Peer-to-peer transactions, cryptographic identity, payment records, and storage of those records are some of the most popular features of this technology. It allows participants the means of entry into the digital registry, making use of cryptography, devoid of the need for a principal jurisdiction. Transactions are shared over a network. This has provided beneficial applications in avenues including Information Communication and Technology, by aiding in the establishment and adoption.

Saad B. Murtaza

Saad B. Murtaza

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