This is a week long conference with exhibit dates on September 22nd and 23rd.
A global community of developers, entrepreneurs, legal experts, legislators, researchers, educators and students will attend the fourth annual Wyoming Blockchain Stampede, featuring the Wyohackathon, Sept. 21-26 at the University of Wyoming.
The event also will be livestreamed for audiences around the world.
“The Wyoming Blockchain Stampede, like the new UW Center for Blockchain and Digital Innovation (CBDI), is blockchain inclusive,” says Steven Lupien, CBDI director. “The stampede’s theme, ‘Future Forward,’ represents our efforts to move ahead in all areas of blockchain, including cryptocurrency, smart contracts and digital assets that will create new entrepreneurial and technological opportunities for Wyoming and the world.”
What is the Center for Blockchain and Digital Innovation (CBDI)?
The CBDI is an interdisciplinary center focused on emerging technologies to foster innovation, economic development, and education. The CBDI is shared by the College of Business, College of Engineering and Applied Science, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and the School of Energy Resources; it is also working with the state’s community colleges.
2021 Event Summary
2021 Wyoming Stampede ImageNearly 5,100 participants online from around the world and another 800 in person attended the event in 2021. More than 250 local, national and international speakers touched on issues involving cryptocurrency, decentralized finance (DeFi), decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO), non-fungible tokens (NFT), digital identity, creating startups and relocating companies to Wyoming.
LocationLaramie, Wyoming, Estados Unidos
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