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Talk blockchain with diplomats and federal department leaders

On Dec. 12, DCode is bringing blockchain to the feds - who can get in for free.

DCode will be hosting a part-panel, part-demo event. (Photo by Flickr user BTC Keychain, used under a Creative Commons license)

Local organization DCode42 is aiming to acquaint federal movers and shakers with the finer points of blockchain. And what better way to do that than to throw a part-panel, part-demo event?

The event – which DCode42 describes as a “demo day” on its website – will be held Dec. 12 in the National Union Building in Chinatown and will last from 9.30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Ticket prices are $75 for private sectors attendees, and no cost for federal employees.

Ticket info

December’s event will feature the following panelists:

This isn’t the organization’s first blockchain and fintech event. Earlier this year, Dcode hosted a media panel (featuring FedScoop tech reporter and former D.C. lead reporter Tajha Chappellet-Lanier). And it’s not #dctech’s  first push to connect regulators with blockchain, either. But the prospect of tech demonstrations in addition to panel discussions could make the event uniquely informative.

Companies: Dcode42

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