We are pleased to announce Keyhole Software’s involvement in the 2020 Blockchain KC Conference – both as an official sponsor and conference speaker!
Keyhole Software is a Gold Sponsor of the one-day, blockchain-focused conference. Additionally, Managing Partner David Pitt has been scheduled to present a talk as a key conference speaker. He will discuss the convergence between enterprise businesses and blockchain technology and his hands-on experience in developing blockchain networks.
About Blockchain KC
Blockchain KC is a one-day conference on April 23, 2020, at The Gallery Event Space. Blockchain KC is the largest vendor-agnostic conference in the Midwest Blockchain space. The one-day conference provides insights and potential solutions to address Blockchain issues from well-known experts and thought leaders through panels and Q&A sessions.
Multiple tracks and sessions will be offered on a wide range of topics including Blockchain for Enterprise, Cryptocurrency Regulation, Developing Blockchain Applications, and New Developments on the Horizon. Industry leaders from technological, legal, financial, and business development standpoints will share pointers for successful development and administration and coach organizations on how to utilize Blockchain in their enterprise architecture.
Who Should Attend
Business professionals from all levels and industries, developers, architects, and others in the technology field, and students are encouraged to attend. This exciting event offers valuable information and networking opportunities to anyone interested in learning the Blockchain framework or curious to explore why, where, and how to implement it into an organization.
About the Speaker
David Pitt is a Sr. Solutions Architect and a Managing Partner of Keyhole Software. With more than 25 years of IT experience, David has spent the last 15 years leading and mentoring development teams utilizing Java and .NET technologies.
How to Register
Learn more about the Blockchain KC conference and register for the event today by visiting the website: https://blockchainkc.org/.