Conference organisers Bitcoin Events are thrilled to announce Microsoft South Africa and IBM as the main sponsors and partners of the Blockchain Africa Conference 2018.
Both Microsoft South Africa and IBM have been working with blockchain technology and are bringing this technology to companies and governments with their innovative solutions.
Microsoft has developed Microsoft Azure, a blockchain as a service platform. It’s a quick, inexpensive and fail-fast platform where any company (including start-ups, retailers, healthcare providers and global banks) can collaborate and experiment with new business processes that use blockchain technology.
IBM Blockchain Platform provides support for governments and banking, healthcare and logistics industries to transform their business practices using blockchain technology. The platform is designed to accelerate the development, governance and operation of any multi-institution business network.
Other Blockchain Africa Conference 2018 sponsors are:
The 4th annual Blockchain Africa Conference 2018 takes place at Microsoft South Africa in Bryanston, Johannesburg on 8-9 March.
The conference will focus on blockchain technology and cryptocurrency use cases, the regulatory environment, technology challenges, and opportunities in innovation and disruption. A lot of these opportunities lie on the African continent where a huge need for financial inclusion exists.
For more information about the conference or to buy tickets, visit blockchainafrica.co or email
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