The event features an inspiring day of expert talks and solution based discussion by professional speakers focused on Blockchain technology and Innovation. The speaker session will be based on the latest trends and opportunities, challenges and the best pracices in Blockchain implementation.
A full day event aims to bring together bright minds, leaders, practitioners and professional from the Agile management and software testing domain to discuss tools, techniques, developments and best practices in Agile Testing area which will act as catalyst to deliver excellent business value alongside overcoming challenges.
the only real challenge in a blockchain community is how might
blockchain grow like a thorn becoming blossom of a rose? Maybe its
opposite of what every rose must have its thorn. But for me, scalability
issue on blockchain is to what might (ugly) thorn becomes (beautiful)
rose so I hope that blockchain crises in the future can be averted by a
solid understanding of the nature of digital and network society. We can
only ever realize ourselves as borderless community if we are held by
one another, instead of a fork down by one another as we fork, shard,
and HODL one another block size down. Hence, today in our borderless
community, we see the senseless speculators take blockchain away from
society. Scalability limitation is not merely the annoying thorn but to
become the blossom to grow society healthily. And yet, to change,
transform, and becoming a tool to power in society’s social contract.
Today, the extraordinary growth of blockchain is now beyond cryptocurrencies and like never before people appreciate the public ledger, peer to peer networks and no-trust-required transactions. The Chain in Blockchain is the chain of transactions in the form of ledger entries about assets which could be money, imagery, data, maps, documents, etc. What is actually transacted are tokens containing the metadata of the assets. As an immutable registry for transactions of digital tokens, blockchain is suitable for geospatial applications involving data that is sensitive or a public good, autonomous devices and land registration. Public-good data such as street maps, parcels, terrain models, aerial footage or sea maps - made publicly available without a central hub that can restrict access to the data; contributors to the map are rewarded with tokens; a public record can be kept of changes and contributions. In the today's increasing adoption of Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain would allow autonomous devices negotiate with and pay each other, such as drones that negotiate use of air space, self-driving cars that negotiate lane space, parking space or road usage. In cadastral (ownership of the land) blockchain allows ownership to be registered on a blockchain; with its secured environment, corruption is rendered nearly impossible, people in would be able to register land ownership themselves using inexpensive devices without the need for slow or expensive process overheads. Blockchains are evolving and it would be wise for the geospatial world to keep abreast of the technology.- Dr. Achmad Istamar, Chief Executive Officer, Esri Indonesia