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May 28, 2015

Credits – powering the first blockchain for government

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Quietly formed in 2013, Credits has recently burst onto the cryptocurrency scene by announcing the first government service to be run on a blockchain. Partnering with the Isle of Man government for this initial project, Credits aims to provide flexible blockchains that are ready for existing industry use and deployment. Now that governmental and commercial interest is starting to gain notable traction, the discussion surrounding what “mainstream adoption” of blockchain technologies will look like can happily continue its merry dance.

Credits lead developer, Nick Williamson, will be joining us to explain their tech and talk about the ready-to-go use cases that have allowed them to jump ahead of the herd and seal this historic deal. Blockstars is our event stream that gives all of the companies in the space that are busy getting their businesses off the ground the chance to tell everyone else what they’re up to. Bring your roller banners, grab some space in the room and get talking. If you are interested in sponsoring the evening, email [masked]Were very pleased to announce that the evenings venue sponsor will be Barclays Bank. Barclays created a co-working space that will be dedicated to supporting London Blockchain companies. Join us on the night to find out more.

6:00pm : Doors open, 6:30pm : Credits presentation, 7:15pm : Networking

 

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Paul Gordon
Following a 20+ year career in financial markets, Paul first became interested in Bitcoin in 2011 and helped to establish one of the world's first Bitcoin meetup groups, Coinscrum, in 2012 since when he has grown the community to over 6,500 members, hosting over 250 events and introducing many of the leading projects and thought leaders in the industry.  Paul currently produces the weekly Coinscrum Markets video podcast series and is an active investor and advisor to a number of crypto and blockchain related projects.

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