On 3 November 2016, Civic Ledger hosted the Inaugural Brisbane Blockchain Symposium.
Held at Brisbane’s premier innovation space, The Capital’s Fishburners with a Panel of Industry Leaders including:
Lucas Cullen, CTO and Co-Founder, Civic Ledger, Nick Giurietto, CEO, Australian Digital Currency and Commerce Association, Rob Hanson, Senior Research Consultant, Data61, Kaisu Christie, Head of Innovation and Design, Bank of Queensland, Leanne Kemp, CEO and Founder, Everledger, Tim Lea, CEO, Veredictum.io, Dr Adrian McCullagh, ODMOB Lawyers, Victor Jiang, Founding Partner, Sapien Ventures, Thomas Miller, Founding Director, Blockchain Academy, Barry Earsman, Lead Software Developer, MyHealthIRL.
The Symposium’s aim was to step Brisbane into the global blockchain conversation.
The Panel shared their insights to the governance and innovation opportunities for industry leaders, executives, policy makers and professionals in public sector markets, industry, law, finance, academia and technology.
The Symposium was a sold out event with 150 people in attendance.
We were very grateful to the Local Government Association of Queensland for their generous sponsorship, Fishburners for the complementary use of its space, the Good Beer Co, Australia’s first social enterprise beer company, for ensuring our guests were refreshed and to Carolyn Cooke from Creative Consulting for her event management talents.