Chinese Auto Giant announces that it will use blockchain technology as part of its $30 billion smart cities initiative.
I had the pleasure to be invited to give a presentation during the first Amsterdam Tech City event in July 2016. This kick off meeting focused on Blockchain & the City. City officials gathered with external experts in the City Hall of Amsterdam. For me, as a former member of the City Council, this was a familiar spot. In my presentation How the blockchain became mainstream I gave examples of the fast growth of serious interest for the blockchain among established financial institutions in the past 2 years.
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