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Delaware’s first blockchain meetup is finally here

The cofounders of COAKT will lead a convo Wednesday on the blockchain's expansive promise.

The blockchain starts with a high-tech public ledger. (Photo by Flickr user davesandford, used under a Creative Commons license)

We wrote about potential plans for a blockchain meetup that was planned for mid-July. Well, it’s finally here! It’s taking place at The Mill on Wednesday at 5 p.m.
The goal is to discuss blockchain applications and potential uses for the platform. The event will be hosted by COAKT cofounders Kevin Kriss and Nick Barba — who were recently recognized by Inc. magazine on a list of blockchain thought leaders.
There will be drinks and snacks, but bring your own decentralized ideas.

Companies: The Mill

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