Blockchain Technology is rapidly gaining attention due to its ability to automate processes and manage a shared, immutable, and auditable record of transactions. It has game-changing applications for industries which have complex, multi-party transactions and require the processing and coordination of an enormous amount of data. Working groups meet in Charlotte and Raleigh to understanding the basics, follow trends and explore commercial applications.
The Charlotte Blockchain Working Group meets the second Monday of the odd months at the offices of K&L Gates, suite 4700, 214 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte NC 28202. This Working Group has about 50 members and maintains this Slack work space page. A chair person determines each meeting’s content and speakers and E4 Carolinas supports the Working Group with meeting logistics and administration.
The Raleigh Blockchain Working Group will announce its recurring meeting dates and meeting venue in January 2018. This Working Group has about 40 members. Co-chair determine each meeting’s content and speakers and E4 Carolinas supports the Working Group with meeting logistics and administration