#FoodInTheCity goes TOA Satellite - Food in the Blockchain
How is blockchain and distributed ledger technology transforming the food supply chain with incentives for local produce and reduced food miles and packaging?
Speakers/Panel: Mark Smargon, vice-president of blockchain and co-founder of Colu. A new decentralized payment system for local communities, Colu changes the way money is being created and used, by bringing cryptocurrencies to the masses. Julio Linares, co-founder of Circles, an electronic cryptocurrency with the capability to create and distribute a globally accessible Universal Basic Income (UBI). Christian Schappeit, co-founder of SFarm.io (Joint venture with Farmlyplace). Discussing: Decentral architecture for data capture and how to utilize demand planning for local farmers to avoid risk and food-loss. Trustful food mileage and data authorisation. Token Incentive Design for urban and rural applications, monetization of data for smart farmers using blockchain technology.
Entry to this Satellite Event is on a first come first served basis and will be subject to venue capacity.