Curious about blockchain technology? In that case, Dayton’s Startup Grind community of entrepreneurs would like a bit of your time.
Startup Grind will host Michael Hiles, founder and chief executive of 10XTS, a blockchain development company, as a guest Aug. 20.
Titled “WTF is Blockchain anyway? Featuring Michael Hiles of 10XTS,” the session is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at 444 E. Second St., the heart of downtown Dayton’s Innovation District.
This month in Startup Grind communities across the nation, audiences are listening to experts in all things cryptocurrency and blockchain.
To oversimplify a bit, blockchain is a digital ledger or record-keeping technology stored across a vast network of computers, meant to be impervious to hacking or alteration. It has served as the backbone of the bitcoin cryptocurrency.
Recently, Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed legislation recognizing the use of blockchain technology to save and secure electronic records in an array of industries, from financial services to supply chain management, real estate and health care.
The Dayton Startup Grind community will host Hiles to talk about 10XTS, which, as an announcement puts it, “combines advanced enterprise architecture, software development, data science, and artificial intelligence with product management, capital, and marketing — to launch new platforms, business models and products.”
To register or for more information, visit here.
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