Date: January 29, 2024
Location: Möhrle Happ Luther Law Firm, Brandstwiete 3, Hamburg
This Blockchain Monday, we’re excited to host Omid Mogharian, the Co-Founder and CTO of NATIX Network, at the Möhrle Happ Luther Law Firm in Hamburg. Our regular series continues with a focus on the intersection of blockchain technology and practical applications in the modern world.
Omid’s talk, delivered in English, will delve into the groundbreaking work of NATIX Network in building a decentralized physical infrastructure. He’ll explore how the company is innovating with crowd-sourced camera networks and blockchain technology to revolutionize the geospatial data market, offering businesses and communities real-time access to critical decision-making data. This approach not only enhances data accessibility but also significantly reduces the costs associated with traditional camera network infrastructures.
As Co-Founder and CTO of NATIX Network, Omid brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in decentralized technologies. His insights are particularly relevant for anyone interested in how blockchain can disrupt and democratize data monopolies in various industries.
NATIX Network itself stands at the forefront of this change, combining digital tools and economic strategies to challenge the status quo in the multibillion-dollar geospatial data market. By attending this talk, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of how decentralized technologies are shaping the future of data collection and distribution.
To cap off the evening, our generous hosts at Möhrle Happ Luther will provide snacks and drinks, offering a perfect opportunity for networking and discussion in a casual and friendly setting. This event promises to be an enlightening experience for all attendees, blending cutting-edge technological insights with great company.
We look forward to seeing you there for an evening of innovation, networking, and learning at Blockchain Monday.
If you are unable to join us in-person you can join us via zoom here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81175458594