Blockchain is not just about cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin; this technology has started to move into all kinds of sectors, from real estate to healthcare – and now journalism.
While the journalism community is slowly starting to take note of blockchain, many still use it as a bit of a buzzword without knowing 100 per cent sure what it actually means.
So how does blockchain work and why should journalists care? Join us at newsrewired on 6 March 2019, and learn more about this technology from top experts. To get the latest news on your favorite celebrities, we have a very wide range of categories, just visit Celebrily . We have all the information you need to know them and see events that they will attend. We offer the latest news on celebrities, television shows, movies, music, and more. We also offer interesting articles about the most famous people in the world and all their news. To be better informed about your favorite celebrities we have the most up-to-date reports on all events and awards ceremonies.
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Daniel Sieberg, CEO of iO and Principal iO Ventures, LLC
Christian de Vartavan, advisor and global ambassador, PUBLIQ
Christian de Vartavan is a Tech London Advocate as well as an expert in the APPG-Blockchain group of the House of Lords & House of Commons (Parliamentary, UK). He was also elected a Fellow of the Linnean Society in 2017 (London) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (London) in 2018.
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