ArcBlock will participate in the WTIA's Blockchain Unconference

ArcBlock will be participating in the Washington Technology Industry Associations (WTIA) Blockchain Unconference on October 14th, 2020.

The Blockchain Unconference is bringing together some of the Pacific Northwest's leading technology organizations to discuss the current state of the industry, and focusing on key use cases and solutions that can position the region a leading voice in the conversation. More importantly, the Unconference event will showcase recent successes including sessions by ArcBlock, Lumedic, Premera Blue Cross, and more.


One of the anticipated topics of the Blockchain Unconference is tokenization. Recently, CEO and Founder, Robert Mao, sat down with Arry Yu, the Chairperson of the WTIA's Cascadia Blockchain Council to discuss Tokenization of Assets and shared his thoughts on the current state of tokenization and what's coming in the years ahead.

What’s an Unconference?

An unconference is a participant-driven event focused on discussion, ideation, and problem-solving. We’ll crowdsource topics from the blockchain community and then work together to identify opportunities, overcome challenges, and create initiatives that promote blockchain development and help position Washington state, the Cascadia region, and the country as a leader in this technology.

What is blockchain?

Blockchain is a permanent, distributed ledger that cannot be altered. It eliminates counterfeiting and piracy and ensures legitimate transfer of ownership of digital assets. Download the CBC blockchain infographic to learn more.

Who should attend?

This event is for all blockchain stakeholders regardless of experience level or expertise. If you’re working in blockchain, for a government agency, a technology company, an investor group, or if you’re just interested in this new emerging technology, then this event is for you.

For anyone interested in attending the Blockchain Unconference can register through Eventbrites website.