CRYPTO ECONOMY / ICO2018 | SEOUL | PROGRAM JUNE 5
08.30 – 09.55 Registration and Coffee
09.55 – 10.00 Opening of Conference
Nils Veenstra
Director, BECON (Ireland)
10.00 – 10.30 Keynote Presentation: Introduction to Blockchain
Alex Bausch
Managing Partner,TuriQ (Netherlands)
10.30 – 10.45 Blockchain and Supply Chain
Jody Cleworth
CEO at Marine Transport International (UK)
With the deployment of their Container Streams system in a supply chain environment, MTI (based in the UK and the USA) demonstrates that the logistics industry will see improved connectivity, efficiency and security thanks to blockchain. The ICO connects supplier, shipper, load point, customs and terminal on a shared blockchain ledger, with far reaching consequences for the logistics industry as it seeks new ways to improve security and profi tability. The project also comprises Port of Rotterdam, Port of Hull, TransdocLink, Samskip, BlockLab (Rotterdam) and various universities.
10.45 – 11.00 Blockchain and the Future of Manufacturing
Brant Richards
CEO at Maekit (Germany)
11.00 – 11.15 Blockchain and Real Estate
Luke Sestito
Co-Founder, CPROP (USA)
CPROP’s mission is to develop and deliver blockchain-powered solutions that address acknowledged pain points in the global real estate industry.  The solutions CPROP develops solutions that are technically and commercially viable without creating entirely new commercial paradigms that are difficult to implement. CPROP looks to establish commercial partnerships early-on to provide validation, accelerate speed to market, and ensure scalability. To this end CPROP is already working with several property portals in Europe and Asia.
11.15 – 11.30 Blockchain and Music
Hans Sturkenboom
Co-Founder, Settled (Netherlands)
With global revenues of more than 7 billion US$ in 2016, Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is the soundtrack of the digital revolution. The aim of the ICO is to build  a platform to introduce and accelerate a seamless rights licensing and settlement procedure with EDM as the launching party.
11.30 – 11.45 Blockchain in Korea: How to successfully market an ICO
Robert Choi
CEO, Cornet (South Korea)
11.45 – 12.00 Blockchain in Korea: How DoubleChain can be a leading global blockchain company
William Chun
CEO, DoubleChain (South Korea)
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
13.00 – 13.30 ICO’s an Evolving Market
Ryan Hanley
VP Business Development at TokenMarket
With over $370m raised by clients utilising their Turnkey platform and advisory services, TokenMarket are one of the most progressive leaders in the ICO space.
Ryan will round up the rapidly evolving market in 2017, providing key data points and insight on how 2018 will develop for ICOs, the impact of regulations, new considerations for investors and broader developments set to impact this exciting space.
13.30 – 13.50 Meet the ICOs
Adam Weigold
CEO and Founder, Cryptyk
Cryptyk is building the world’s most secure intelligent cloud storage and data management platform. Instead of trying to prevent data security breaches, Cryptyk assumes hacks are inevitable and makes files effectively ‘safe to hack’. Cryptyk’s Hybrid Blockchain Technology integrates encrypted decentralized file storage with blockchain auditing and monitoring. This hybrid solution effectively mitigates against the five major threats to cloud security. It is the first complete cyber-security and cloud storage solution from a single vendor and dramatically reduces the cost and complexity of cloud data management for all enterprise.
Hans Diederen
Advisor, Inmediate
Many Insurers are exploring block chain and smart contract supported products. Yet an ecosystem is still missing. An ecosystem that can bring these policies to the market in a convenient, consistent, and coordinated manner.
This is where Inmediate comes in. We will provide the Insurance industry with that ecosystem where smart Insurance can be transacted at lightning speed, full clarity, and at much lower costs than ever imagined.
We’ve transformed Insurance in the past. And we are ready to do it again.
Simon Toprak
CEO, Trusted Cars
TrustedCars Flex is changing Car Ownership forever by turning dealerships into innovative mobility providers while offering customers a commitment-free, all-inclusive and affordable way to own a vehicle without ownership responsibilities.
With a unique combination of technology expertise and deep industry relationships they have designed a solution that offers consumers a convenient way to own a vehicle without ownership responsibilities. In parallel offering dealerships an additional source of income and access to a new generation of consumers.
TrustedCars was recently nominated as one of the most innovative Blockchain Projects in Germany by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. The Head of the Chancellery (Prof. Dr. Helge Braun) himself met with the Team to discuss the future of the Blockchain Technology and further use cases.
13.50 – 14.10 Autonomous Economic Agents
Humayun Sheikh
CEO, Fetch.ai (UK)
The Fetch team have built the world’s first adaptive, self-organising ‘smart ledger’. This is the foundation for a next-generation digital world where Autonomous Economic Agents can perform proactive economic activity, powered by a collective super-intelligence. With unrivalled performance, scalability and a unique Useful Proof of Work system, Fetch is the missing critical infrastructure for tomorrow’s digital economy. Fetch will be presented by two of its founders Humayun and Toby who were both part of the original team behind DeepMind.
14.10 – 14.30 Meet the ICOs
Oleg Sharpatiy
CVO and Founder, W12
W12 built a completely new model for token sales. You can buy ICO projects tokens via W12 platform and receive a refund if it fail, turns out to be a scam or its token price drops to lower than its ICO price level. All raised funds will be released to the ICO project only following the decision of token buyer once the project meets its milestones. This solution protects token buyers, reduce risks and significant increase returns from all ICO investments.
José  Luis Senent
CEO and Founder, Orbi.Network
Orbi Network is the future of Freelancing platforms, a decentralized “Uber for Workforce” where a network of trusted professionals around the world can have access to jobs and coaching, building a reputation than they’ll own and carry forever.
We have revisited Freelancing and the gig economy around a simple equation: smart contract + escrow = guaranteed payment + review.
But there’s more: we’ve developed two non fungible tokens for professional ID and copyrighting, based on the ERC 721 and 725 standards.
At the end, we aim at decentralizing the entire BPO industry (Business Process Outsourcing) with home-shoring (home-based work).
Jun Kang
Founder and CEO, Z-Pop Dream
Project’s description: Brought by the creator of K-POP legendary stars such as PSY and BTS, Z-POP DREAM Project creates a global entertainment ecosystem to discover hidden pop music talents initially from all across Asia then on a global scale, accelerate their rise to stardom and create a global business opportunity within a $46 billion market – all powered by hundreds of millions of K-POP music fans spread across the world.
The project’s ultimate DREAM is utilising the transparently recorded activities and reputations on the blockchain, along with granted voting power, to allow anyone in the Z-POP DREAM ecosystem, fans, stars, production professionals, and investors alike, the chance to create stars.
Yoowi Jang
Co-Founder and CSO, Synco (Korea)
SYNCO CHAIN: BACK TO THE BLOCKCHAIN
14.30 – 14.45 Blockchain and AI
Nathan Shedroff
CEO, SEED (UK)
AI and Conversational User Interfaces are too critical to the advancement of digital services and economies to leave to a few global corporations bent on owning all data and controlling all relationships. We need to be able to trust our interactions with “bots,” AI, and the organizations and people they represent. SEED is leveling the playing field with an open source, independent alternative to the corporate monopolies that currently dominate CUI (conversational user interface) and AI technologies. SEED uses blockchain to promote trust, accountability, and a thriving economy for organizations, bots, and people alike, giving back control of their data.
14.45 – 15.00 Accredited Coin Offering (ACO) as a new framework for ICOs
Effendy Zulkifly
CEO, Blockchain Academy Asia
The Accredited Coin Offering Platform will be the first market-approved crypto fundraising platform available. Major institutional banking and insurance companies will be affiliated with the Accredited Coin Offering Platform. The platform will provide an end-to-end process for creating ICOs on an easy to use the platform. ACOs will enjoy access to underwriting services previously only available to ICOs, while investors will be able to access projects approved by professional institutions.
15.00 – 15.45 Panel: How Blockchain will affect different industries and go Mainstream
Aly Madhavji
Managing Partner, Blockchain Founders Fund
Aly Madhavji from the Blockchain Founders Fund will moderate this panel and will have industry experts on the panel. They will discuss how Blockchain will affect different industries and go Mainstream.
Jin Ho Hur
Managing Partner, SEMA Translink Investment, Managing Partner, ORCA Partners
Tom Ku
CEO, BitSchool and Meritt Protocol Asia Coverage
Adam Weigold
CEO and Founder, Cryptyk
John Wantz
CEO and Founder, Shop
15.45 – 16.00 Developing a global Blockchain Ecosystem
Nils Veenstra
Director, BECON (Ireland)
16.00 – 17.00 Network Reception 
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