The last decade has seen blockchain technology grow from an anarchic financial experiment to a global engine for organizational and societal change.
Join Women in Blockchain and General Assembly for a panel discussion on the history and future of blockchain.
We will chart the path from pre-Bitcoin computer science breakthroughs, to Bitcoin and the rise of alternative currencies, through Ethereum and the rise of smart contracts, arriving at the present day explosion of tokens, enterprise networks, and regulations governing blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
- 6:30 – 6:45 pm: Networking
- 6:45 – 8:00 pm: Introductions and Panel Discussion
- 8:00 – 8:30 pm: Q&A and Networking
Meet the Panelists:
- Jagathi Gururajan, Technology Executive, High Growth Global Companies
- Tonya M. Evans, Chair, IP & Technology Online Programs, University of New Hampshire
- Lindsay Nuon, Founder, Women of Color in Blockchain
To secure your spot to this event, please register here: https://ga.co/womeninblockchain
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On a mission, on a roll, on a plane!
[Credit: Franklin Pierce IP News, Nov 2018]
I know it’s not over yet, but 2018 has already been one filled with amazing opportunities, experiences and accomplishments for me. I joined the phenomenal faculty at the University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center) in the fall of 2017. Since that time it has been planes, trains, and automobiles.
It feels like I created my own “Where in the world is Professor Evans” game as I traveled the world to share my experiences and expertise about the intersections of intellectual property and technology, with a decided focus on blockchain and IP. Reminds me a lot of my life before law school when I traveled the world as a professional tennis player. So I guess all of my experiences have prepared me for this moment in time.
I was thrilled to be one of the faculty members featured in this month’s Franklin Pierce IP News, which highlights some of the impressive accomplishments of UNH Law faculty. My highlight focused on a recent nomination by Judge Patricia Elaine Campbell-Smith, and appointment by Chief Judge Margaret M. Sweeney, to the IP Committee of the Advisory Council to the US Court of Federal Claims.
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