time and place
Friday 30 November 2018, 10:00–11:15
SNS, Jakobsbergsgatan 18, Stockholm
The private sector is a frontrunner when it comes to using and implementing the blockchain technology – one of the most hyped new technologies of our time. But what are the opportunities and the potential of blockchain usage in the public sector?
When the value of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin peaked in the fall of 2017 and made international headlines, a lot of people also heard about its underlying technology for the very first time – the blockchain. This technology is mostly associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and financial markets in general, but the potential areas of usage cover a much wider range. Land title registries, medical records and online voting systems are just some of the possible blockchain applications that have recently received attention.
Charlotta Nilsson, Vice President Emerging Services & Portfolio Management at Tieto, presents a solution for founding and registering private businesses based on the blockchain technology that Tieto have developed in Finland.
The presentations are followed by panel discussions including comments from Juho Lindman, University of Gothenburg, Peter Krantz, Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKL), Andreas Mårtensson, Swedish Ministry of Finance, and Henrik Hjelte, ChromaWay – the company that supplied the technology used in Lantmäteriet’s blockchain project.
Henrik Hjelte, CEO, ChromaWay
Peter Krantz, Digital Strategist, Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKL)
Juho Lindman, Associate Senior Lecturer at the Department of Applied IT and Director of the Gothenburg Blockchain Lab at the University of Gothenburg
Andreas Mårtensson, Coordinator of New Technologies, Swedish Ministry of Finance
Charlotta Nilsson, Vice President Emerging Services & Portfolio Management, Tieto
Mats Snäll, Chief Digital Officer, Lantmäteriet
The seminar is partly held in English and moderated by Judith Wolst, digital strategist and entrepreneur.
Registration and fee
The number of seats is limited. The seminar is open to SNS members*, the press and specially invited guests. The fee is SEK 395 +VAT. An invoice will be sent after the meeting. Register through the link below. Cancellation after 27 November or no-show will be charged.