Gaming & Blockchain
TF Blockchain Seattle Chapter
Ep 6 - August 13, 2019

Blockchain is an amazing technology with many use cases and with one interesting use case being gaming. There are a few different ways blockchain can be used in gaming. Gambling, a huge use case for blockchain is one many have focused on, for things such as online casinos where blockchain can prove odds and fairness of a card draw or dice role. Another interesting blockchain gaming experience is proof of digital ownership allowing for a game like Cryptokitties to exist where the entire premise is based on exclusivity of a digital asset and the ablitiy to show ownership as well as lineage all completely visable on blockchain. These are just some of the first cases of blockchain usage in gaming and we are excited to see where to future will take blockchain and gaming, you wont want to miss our panel discussion!

Date

August 13, 2019

Location

WeWork Labs

1411 4th Ave. Floor 14

Seattle, WA 98101

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TF Blockchain | Seattle Episode 06

Gaming & Blockchain

August 13, 2019

Why Seattle?

Seattle is situated in an extraordinarily beautiful region, that by nature, encourages connecting with one’s surroundings. With Seattle being our HQ, we see opportunity to connect blockchain ecosystem to collaborate, innovate, and elevate the conversation.

Seattle has become  a catalyst for growth being a cloud, enterprise, and biotech hub. The city provides a radiant history of innovation and industry leadership. TF Blockchain is doing our part to make Seattle a Blockchain Hub.

The  Chapter will enable a deeper level of learning  with advanced level topics and connecting business and technology executives with blockchain innovators. We look to unite resources available in the Pacific Northwest, across the country, and enhancing an overall commitment to joint growth globally.

Meet your Chapter Director

Paul Rapino

Seattle Chapter Director

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What is TF Blockchain?

TF Blockchain was founded with the sole intent of providing the highest quality conference experience. Our conferences feature advanced content from industry thought leaders, while connecting those in business and technology with blockchain innovators through our interactive speaker panels and facilitated networking session, where we connect participants based on aspects like industry, job function, and interest. TF Blockchain provides a premier conference experience.

We have hosted three TF Blockchain Conferences to date. We are determining where TF4 will be held and look to partner with blockchain and technology leaders in Seattle to help make this happen. 

Our monthly events are like single sessions from our conference format and we are excited to have our format in local monthly events.

Past Events

Bytom Blockchain Devcon Special Event w/ TF Block & TF Product: TF3.5

Experience Bytom!
 

Bytom blockchain will be in Seattle for our evening event and corially invites you to attend. Get to know the Bytom team before their Devcon on August 24, 2019 in San Francisco. Around hundreds of delegates will be joining the event. Industry experts and key opinions leaders from blockchain will be presenting and participating in keynote and various panel discussions. This event will explore several key topics relating to DEFI and DEX, public blockchains and latest blockchain trends.
We look forward to seeing you at this event. Food and beverages will be served.

Date

July 24, 2019

Location

WeWork Labs

1411 4th Ave. Floor 14

Seattle, WA 98101

Seattle Chapter - Episode 5

Payments Tech & Blockchain

Blockchain is an amazing technology with many use cases and with one of the most common being Payments. Payments has always been a major use case for blockchain from the beginning when 2 pizzas were purchased for 10000 Bitcoins in 2010. Now nine years later Payments is still a leading use case with major leaders in the space beginning to adopt the techology and implement blockchain based payment systems. Tech leaders are not the only ones using blockchain to move money. Cross boarder payments are another part being made easier and cheaper than ever for individual users. Fiat backed blockchain networks are a huge part of this merging stability of fiat with the benfits of blockchain. This event will talking about the use of blockchain in payment systems and how one of blockchains most known use cases how evolved and gained adoption. You wont want to miss it.

Date

July 18, 2019

Location

WeWork Labs

1411 4th Ave. Floor 14

Seattle, WA 98101

Jonathan G Blanco

Founder & CEO

Luncheon Keynote with Caitlin Long

Seattle University School of Law is hosting their 2nd Annual Innovation at Technology Law Conference on June 28th, 2019, focusing on RegTech: The Transformation of Regulation & Compliance.

 

TF Blockchain has partnered with Seattle U School of Law to make the Luncheon Keynote with Caitlin Long available for TF Blockchain Members independent of the full day's conference. The cost of the ticket is to cover lunch cost and is facilitated by Seattle U School of Law.

Caitlin Long is a 22-year Wall Street veteran who has been active in bitcoin and blockchain since 2012. She has been leading the charge to make her native state of Wyoming an oasis for blockchain companies in the US, where she helped Wyoming enact 13 blockchain-enabling laws in 2018 and 2019. From 2016-18 she jointly spearheaded a blockchain project for delivering market index data to Vanguard as chairman and president of Symbiont, an enterprise blockchain start-up. Caitlin ran Morgan Stanley’s pension solutions business (2007-2016), held senior roles at Credit Suisse (1997-2007) and began her career at Salomon Brothers (1994-1997). She is a graduate of Harvard Law School (JD, 1994), the Kennedy School of Government (MPP, 1994) and the University of Wyoming (BA, 1990). 

Date

June 28, 2019

Location

Seattle U

School of Law 

901 12th Ave

Seattle, WA 98122

Time

11:45am - 12:15pm

Lunch

12:15pm - 1:00pm

Keynote

 

Caitlyn Long

Co-founder

Seattle Chapter - Episode 4

Healthcare & Blockchain

Blockchain is an amazing technology with many use cases and with one of the most common being Health Care. With Health Care being a regulated industry filled with compliance requirments such as HIPAA and its need for privacy of patient records, how does Blockchain and distributed ledger technology collaborate with the Health Care industry. Learn first hand from our panel taking on Health Insurance, Medical Records, Patient Records, and Integrations. 

Date

June 11, 2019

Location

WeWork Labs

1411 4th Ave. Floor 14

Seattle, WA 98101

Tony Little, ND

Senior Director, Integration Strategy

Molly Moore

Health Plan Lead

Lisa Maki

CoFounder & CEO

Seattle Chapter - Episode 3

Productizing Blockchain

Blockchain is an amazing technology with many use cases and application that can change the way we interact with industries such as commerce, heathcare, gaming, legal, real estate, finance, and any other industry that depends on databases, participants who may not trust each other, and need for auditability. Yet, before any comapany or project implements blockchain, they must first be solving a problem and this problem solving is crucial to product management. In this event we will be discussing the productization of companies and blockchain needed to build products for mass adoption. You won't want to miss it. 

Date

May 9, 2019

Location

WeWork Labs

1411 4th Ave. Floor 14

Seattle, WA 98101

Symon Perriman

CEO & Founder

Taban Cosmos

Software Engineer

Bryan Starbuck

CTO & Founder

Seattle Chapter - Episode 2

What's Going on with Bitcoin?

TF Blockchain hosted our second Seattle Evening Event on April 18, 2019. Our Evening Event Series bring the energy and learning of TF Blockchain Conferences to a monthly Evening Event. We start with Facilitated Networking, followed by interactive speaker sessions on advanced-level topics, and then conclude with Facilitated Networking initiated by our speakers.

Bitcoin has gone on a recent rise to start the month of April after spending the last year in a bear market having bottomed near $3100. In this panel we will discuss with our speakers who have been researching and active in Bitcoin for many years, what has been going on with Bitcoin, what started the spike, why might it continue or drop, and what this means for mass adoption.

Date

April 18, 2019

Location

WeWork Labs

1411 4th Ave. Floor 14

Seattle, WA 98101

Kristy-Leigh Minehan

CTO

Brent Lyman

Advisor, OTC

Mitchell Moos

Editorial Manager

Seattle Chapter - Launch Event

Fireside Chat with Nate Whitehill

At our TF Blockchain Seattle Chapter Launch we hosted Nate Whitehill, Founder & CEO of CryptoSlate in a Fireside Chat. CryptoSlate is a leading blockchain and cryptocurrency news website, headquartered in Seattle, WA. Among many topics, Nate and Jonathan discussed Nate's crypto origin story, how Nate started CryptoSlate, his thoughts on how the media covers crypto, and how the news can be improved via Blockchain.

Date

March 18, 2019

Location

Thinkspace

1700 Westlake Ave N Suite 200

Seattle, WA 98109

Nate Whitehill

CEO & Founder

Jonathan G. Blanco

CEO & Founder

Listen to Live Podcast Recording from Fireside Chat with Nate and Jonathan

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