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East Africa Com
25 - 26 April 2023
Radisson Blu Upper Hill HotelNairobi

25 - 26 April 2023
Radisson Blu Upper Hill Hotel,

Blockchain: a game-changer for the region's digital economy

Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies have gained acceptance across the East Africa region, and are largely seen as the next disruption in the digital space.

Book your place at East Africa Com to cut through the hype and map out opportunities for your business.

Cut through the hype

Blockchain, a digital distributed ledger system for recording and tracking transactions, is slowly becoming a reality in East Africa. Multiple countries in the region, including Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda, and Uganda, have shown great interest in the technology to improve service delivery and grow their economies. The technology is already being piloted in critical sectors such as health, agriculture, land, and transport.

Cut through the hype surrounding blockchain at East Africa Com and map out new opportunities for your business. Address adoption and implementation challenges and understand how policymakers and regulators are responding to the blockchain opportunity.

Blockchain at East Africa Com

Day 1: Utilising Blockchain and Artifical Intelligence technologies to enhance public service delivery

Join Dr. Bitange Ndemo, Chairman of the Blockchain and Artificial intelligence Taskforce, Government of Kenya on the government initiative overseeing the implementation of the blockchain to improve public service delivery in land administration and titling, agriculture, financial services, transport, and cybersecurity.

Day 1: Blockchain for business: exploring the enterprise opportunity

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LeadersIn Africa Boardroom: Blockchain Technologies

Exclusive, closed-door sessions will tackle challenging and controversial issues in an informal and intimate setting, where Chatham house Rule applies. Invite-only for industry leaders, policymakers and regulators. Interested in taking part? Please get in touch with Sharifa Marshall.