Blockchain - Slowly, then all at once

Blockchain is a decentralized digital ledger technology that aims to change the status-quo of current business models and the structure of transactions made around the world. While Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies represent the most popular application of the technology today, there are many possible implementations in industries known and unknown, each with a strength for its own domain. This presentation discusses the birth and evolution of the technology to present day and shines a spotlight on the coming technical revolution and the many use cases of blockchain today and in the future. Attendees will also receive a custom-made token, created by the presenter.

I am a recently-separated soldier, having served from 2014 to 2020 in a number of cyber positions. I graduated from the Joint Cyber Analysis Course in 2015 and the Tool Developer Qualification Course in 2018 and served as a Digital Network Exploitation Analyst and a Tool Developer over the course of my Army career. Prior to joining the Army, I went to the University of South Carolina for a double-major in Sports Management and International Business and worked in community relations and marketing and promotions for the minor league baseball team, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. I am also a recent graduate of the University of Maryland Global Campus in Computer Science.