Adel ▲ Seminar ▲ Setting the Stage for a Community Blockchain Incubator

One of the cornerstones of our community is to produce quality content.  We delivered a presentation to a group of Dutch bankers, split into two 20 minute videos.

In the last five minutes, I share my previous experiences, selling technology to decision makers who innovate themselves out of a job: “Blockchain will be seen as a threat to a departmental empire, or an opportunity to expand one.”

Please share, retweet and up-vote with your network, as it offers the technical basics of blockchain while also providing a long term view of the obstacles and opportunities facing the industry.  Your social support makes a big difference.

Gabriel Dusil, co-founder & board member, Adel


▲ This is a two-part presentation, discussing how the crypto market created an ideal foundation for a community-based blockchain incubator. Adel co-Founder Gabriel Dusil explores the bitcoin and blockchain market landscape from the perspective of finance and banking. Topics discussed include blockchain’s hype, opportunities and challenges, Roger’s adoption curve, and Gartner’s hype cycle for new technologies.


▲ Here is a video of our presentation:

▲ Here is the presentation on SlideShare:

▲ Here are the native powerpoint slides:

17.Jun.22 – Dutch Banking Seminar (v1.4, Adel Presentation) {Blockchain}.pptx

More Seminars

Check out more Adel seminars via these links:

▲ The Revolution that is Blockchain ▲ PwC

▲ Anatomy of the Blockchain Evolution ▲ Deloitte

▲ How to Build a Community Blockchain Incubator

▲ Setting the Stage for a Community Blockchain Incubator

▲ Paralelni Polis

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