Hosted at Digital Catapult, London’s centre for technology innovation, the Internet of Agreements Conference runs in London from October 13th to October 16th and will explore the future of finance, media, government and trade using blockchain technologies and artificial intelligence.
The Conference aims to educate delegates on the possibilities opened up by blockchain, the relationship between smart contracts and smart law and trade, and the wider impacts of decentralisation on commerce, the economy and society.
The Internet of Agreements is a total vision for global supply chains and logistics that integrates local law and regulations with the global economy, mediated by technologies like blockchain. Smart contracts create new instruments and align incentives, automating paperwork and reducing transaction costs. New types of business, for instance those supported by the Mattereum platform, are emerging across the world built on code and data.
Mattereum is one of the startups that will be available for review at the Conference. Rob Knight, Co-Founder of Mattereum, will be one of the key speakers alongside personalities such as Stephen Diehl, CTO of Adjoint and Michael Mainelli of Z/Yen Group.
The event is organised by Vinay Gupta of Hexayurt Capital (also a Co-Founder of Mattereum) and Imogen Heap, CEO of the Featured Artists Coalition and Founder of the Mycelia Project to bring technology to bear on the relationship between artists and their fans,
Learn more about it here