Blockchain 2030: ARYZE to discuss DLT with PwC, Maker and eToroX

ARYZE CEO Jack Nikogosian will take part of a discussion about where blockchain is in 2020 and where it will be in 2030 with a focus on data management, security and transparency. PwC Denmark’s Robert Bo Jensen will moderate the talk that will also feature Maker and eToroX.

On April 1st Univate SC1 by Symbion will host a talk about blockchain of today and where the technology is heading. The focus will be on identity/data management, regulations, security and transparency.

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A discussion about where blockchain is in 2020 and where it will be in 2030. With a focus on identity/data management, regulations, security and transparency.


1st of April from 09.00-11.00


Univate SC1 by Symbion

Emil Holms Kanal 14, 2300 Copenhagen S


09.00: Registration

09.15: Introductions and debate

10.15: Questions from the audience

10.30: Networking

11.00: Thank you and goodbye


Robert Bo Jensen, PwC (Moderator)

Robert is an equity partner at PwC Denmark with a team of 25 consultants working with digitalisation in the Financial Sector as well as IT operating models and strategy. He is the blockchain and fintech lead at PwC Denmark.

Jack Nikogosian, ARYZE

Jack Nikogosian is an award winning Danish blockchain expert with a vast knowledge of the cryptocurrency space and regularly features in publications. With a vision of making payments faster, cheaper and smarter he founded the fintech company ARYZE in 2017 which has won multiple awards. Jack has also been featured as one of the top 100 talents in Denmark in 2019.

Johannes Jensen, eToroX

Johannes is the product and project manager at eToroX Labs, the blockchain research and development arm of the multinational brokerage platform, eToro. He has published and presented work on the applicability and efficacy of blockchain-based implementations in leading academic conferences and proceedings.

Nikolaj Lollike, Maker

Nikolaj Lollike leads an international team of integration engineers and manages integration projects with external partners seeking to base their systems on the Maker protocol. He has worked with smart contracts since 2015 where he co-founded the Copenhagen Ethereum Meetup group and has previous experience from Nets Group as an innovation specialist with a focus on blockchain payment solutions.

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