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Monday, April 8 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Blockchain for Government Panel: Socially Meaningful Use Cases and Non-Disruptive Innovation

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Blockchain applications in the public sector include overseas e-voting, digital identity data, property rights and land registry, municipal bonds and taxes, public financing, cross-border remittances, and more. This technology is about creating trust in multisector cross-border relationships, therefore, it must be friendly with policymakers and industry incumbents around the world.

Join our panelists to learn more about ways frontier technologies like blockchain and emerging industries must work collaboratively with governments to thrive.

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Luke Kim

Chief Marketing Officer, Vite Labs
Luke Kim is a digital nomad from Seoul and Tokyo and chief marketing officer at Vite Labs. Kim is a former business development manager at City Innovate Foundation and SuperPublic CoLab at United Nations Plaza, head of U.S. relations at European Innovation Academy, director of strategic... Read More →

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Samantha Linnett

Innovation Design Lead, City of Syracuse - Mayor's Office
Samantha Linnett serves as the innovation design lead for the city of Syracuse's Office of Accountability, Performance, and Innovation, or Innovation Team (i-team). Linnett uses her communications and human-centered-design skills to perform community outreach and manage stakeholder... Read More →
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Kenneth Clarke

Project Manager, Blockland Cleveland at JumpStart Inc.
Kenneth Clarke is the project manager for Blockland Cleveland, an audacious, all-hands-on-deck, full-blown community effort to build, support and promote the city of Cleveland as an innovative technology center using blockchain technology as the catalyst. Blockland’s goal is to... Read More →

Monday April 8, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Century Center 120 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., South Bend, IN 46601