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The Junior Economic Chamber of Monaco (JCEM) invites those interested in blockchain to its second breakfast conference in 2018 on Friday, June 15. This is an exciting theme and more than ever at the heart of the news, JCEM says, adding the networking event will start at 8:15 am in the Salon Bellevue of the Café de Paris.
One of the speakers will be Vidal Chriqui, who will address the topic: “Blockchain: the new economic revolution?” He has been active in the blockchain business for more than six years and is the blockchain expert for Syntec Numérique, the leading French syndicate of professionals in the digital industry, with more than 1,800 members.
After a career at CapGemini, Orange, SAP and HiMedia, Mr Chriqui holds the position of Blockchain advisor in various organisations and takes part in many discussions. A graduate of the Ecole des Mines de Paris, he is also the inventor of BRC-808, an online reservation protocol using blockchain.
The second speaker will be Pierre Paperon, whose talk is entitled “How the Blockchain upsets the foundations of capitalism.” Mr Paperon is the co-founder of SOLID, a company supporting companies wishing to issue virtual exchange instruments (ICO). After passing through Euro RSCG and McKinsey, Mr Paperon began a career as an entrepreneur and business leader in the computer and digital services industry (founder of Operandi, president of AltaVista).
He then joined Danone where he led the Internet division, then LastMinute.com and finally Cloudwatt (Orange) where he held management positions. He co-founded SOLID in 2014 and supports companies wishing to develop market and exchange places in the fields of culture, solidarity, retail, and ecology.
Mr Paperon is a graduate of the National School of Arts and Trades and the MBA of HEC Paris.
Registration is required before June 13, and the cost of attendance is €27, with a reduced rate of €18 for JCEM members. For more info, see: https://jcemonaco.mc/fr/blockchain-la-nouvelle-revolution-economique/
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