Tel Aviv, IL – Decentralization, one of the hottest topics in technology, will be the focus of d10e’s first Mastermind Edition hosted in Israel on June 6, 2017. Twenty top-level thought leaders will gather at the Barclays RISE venue to share perspectives on emerging trends, concepts, and technologies associated with decentralization in blockchain technology, culture, the sharing economy and the future of work.
The Mastermind Edition of d10e aims to curate an intimate, focused discussion for presenters, sponsors, and participants. Topics center on the cutting-edge ideas driving some of the most fascinating and revolutionary emerging technologies, as well as hosting networking and business development opportunities for executives, technologists, investors and innovators.
Participants will explore how decentralization is spawning opportunities and disrupting industries, such as banking, information technology, security, advertising, art, culture, and much more. D10e Tel Aviv’s Mastermind Edition will attract attendees from across the globe, including participants from North America and Europe.
Brock Pierce- Managing Partner, Blockchain Capital
Yonatan Ben Shimon – CEO, Matchpool
Jason King – Founder, Unsung.org
Craig Sellars – Co-founder, Tether & Omni
Matt McKibbin, co-founder of d10e said, “Decentralization through new technologies such as blockchain is continuing to flatting our hierarchical society. The world financial system is being quickly reformed and democratized for equal access to any person with an internet connection. D10e Mastermind Edition celebrates and amplifies this process by bringing people of like minds and passions together.”
Israel is just the latest of the world’s business and cultural hubs to host d10e after Bucharest, San Francisco, Singapore and Amsterdam.
For more details about the event: d10e.biz.
d10e is an international event experience focused on celebrating decentralization while uniting the industry’s top innovators and leaders in FinTech, disruptive tech and culture, the sharing economy, and the future of work.
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