Adel ▲ Seminar ▲ The Revolution that is Blockchain ▲ PwC

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Adel was invited by PricewaterhouseCoopers to speak at their innovation breakfast in Prague. This was a closed-door event with the aim to share ideas, inspire PwC senior consultants and partners, and discuss various world changing topics and trends. It was an honor to be their keynote speaker that morning.

Gabriel Dusil, co-founder & board member, Adel

Abstract

▲ Adel’s co-founder explores the creation of a community-based ecosystem, to fuel blockchain innovation. This presentation focuses on the challenges of building a streamlined environment for creativity, and an efficient execution of successful projects that will use blockchain technology. This presentation covers blockchain from aspects of Blockchain market spending forecasts to 2024, Geoffrey Moore’s Crossing the Chasm, Gartner’s Hype Cycle ‘17, opportunities & threats, and blockchain’s future. Gabriel also discussed the phenomenon of blockchain’s popularity, in the context of its ideology and disruptive nature in horizontal and vertical industries.

Presentation

▲ Here is a video of our presentation:

▲ Here is the presentation on SlideShare:

▲ Here are the native powerpoint slides:

17.Nov.1 – Prague · PwC Innovation Breakfast (v1.8).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

▲ Seminar ▲ Paralelni Polis

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