1 day / 100 industry leaders & speakers

Conference

Schedule


On the 31st October 2019 over 100 leaders in the Blockchain, Government, Industry, Tech and Start up space came together to discuss shaping the future of the Australian Blockchain ecosystem.

Opening Address


The Blockchain 2020 Initiative

Steve Vallas – BlockchainAPAC



Industry 4.0


An Education Perspective

Aleksandar Subic – RMIT University



The Education Landscape


Education Sector Collaboration and Industry Partnerships

Caroline Bowler – BTC Markets (Moderator)

Greg Adamson – Melbourne University
Peter Eklund – Deakin University
Darcy Allen – RMIT



Blockchain Roadmap


The Way Forward

Nick Giuretto – Blockchain Australia



Deloitte – EPA Presentation


The EPA Use Case

Babu Krishnamoorthy – EPA
Susan Brown – Deloitte



The Enterprise Landscape


The Opportunities and Challenges of Enterprise DLT/Blockchain Adoption

Scott Hudson – Computershare (Moderator)

John Paitaridis – CyberCX
Laszlo Peter – KPMG
Susan Corbisiero – AUSTRADE
Scott Thomson – Google



Disruptor Interactive Session


A session about disruption

Rob Morris – Prismatik
Adriana Belotti – Prismatik
Kaia Myers-Stewart – Pegasys



The Fintech Landscape


DLT / BC and the impact of emerging technology on the Australian Financial Services Industry

Alan Tsen – Fintech Australia (Moderator)

Robert Langley – Accenture
Louise Mercer – Everledger
Niki Ariyasinghe – R3
Paul Stonham – ASX



The Deep Tech Landscape


International Trends and Implementations. Australia’s technical capability in a global landscape.

PK Rasam – PK Rasam (Moderator)

Nick Addison – Consensys
Gendry Morales – FlightPlan.io
Mike Gamble – Redgrid



The Regulatory Landscape


The Blockchain Regulatory Environment and Opportunities

Joni Pirovich – Mills Oakley



The Regulatory Landscape


Regulatory Frameworks and Opportunity to Impact their development and review

John Bassilios – Hall & Wilcox (Moderator)

Joni Pirovich – Mills Oakley
Hannah Glass – King & Wood Mallesons
Chloe White – Commonweath Treasury