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ACS NSW Branch Forum: Blockchain and the Metaverse

BRANCH FORUM

Event Start: Thu 08 Jun 05:30 PM AEST
Event Finish: Thu 08 Jun 07:30 PM AEST

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Registration End Date: Tue 06 Jun 12:30 PM


<p>Estimates of the current &#39;metaverse market&#39; value range anywhere from $10B to $1T. According to research conducted by Bloomberg in 2021, the value of the metaverse market is projected to grow to $783.3B USD in 2024.<br>Blockchain technology has rapidly being incorporated into the business world and Metaverse is now emerging as a strong contender to disrupt.  So where does Blockchain and the metaverse fit within your own organisation? Why should you implement Blockchain and the metaverse into your organisation and how is does it all work.</p> <p>Join ACS NSW and our guest speakers, Charlie Chen MD Archblock, Alyse Sue, Director of Metaverse KPMG and Stefano Tempesta, Vice Chair ACS Blockchain Committee, Azure, who will share their insights on the business benefits of Blockchain and the metaverse, real-world experiences on how to develop business applications using Blockchain and take you through real world case studies. This panel discussion will also discuss the technology that currently drives Blockchain and how the metaverse will become increasingly critical to organisations to drive business.</p> <p>Stefano Tempesta will present on</p> <p>· The fundamentals of blockchain</p> <p>· Impact of Blockchain on public and private sectors</p> <p>· Separating the fact from the hype around Blockchain</p> <p>Charlie Chen will present on</p> <p>· What are Stablecoins and what are they used for?</p> <p>· Key principles of Stablecoin models to ensure compliance, transparency, and trust</p> <p>· Regulatory frameworks that are currently in place and evolving</p> <p>· Introduction of Stablecoin Standard</p> <p>Alyse Sue will present on:</p> <p>· General introduction to metaverse, what is metaverse and where will it lead (Effective Transhumanism Manifesto)</p> <p>· Discussion on how metaverse is now creating new business models which will drive business growth (how large organisations have now incorporated metaverse)<br><br><br>Please join ACS NSW Branch for an informative evening on Thursday 8 June at ACS Sydney hub to discuss and network with your peers.<br><br> </p>

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Charlie Chen

Charlie Chen

Charlie is currently Managing Director, Australia at Archblock, focused on the localisation and growth of the TAUD Australian Dollar stablecoin. Charlie is also Co-Founder of Stablecoin Standard, building the industry body for stablecoin issuers globally.

He is an experienced financial services and blockchain leader having held executive roles in sales leadership, relationship management, strategy and operations across Stablecoins, Corporate Banking, Stockbroking and Retail Banking.

He holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (长江商学院), a Finance and Economics degree from the University of New South Wales and is fluent in both English and Mandarin.

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Alyse Sue

Alyse Sue

Web3 founder, tech entrepreneur and software engineer.

🟣 Director of Metaverse at KPMG Futures, where we use game changing technologies to build new business models for the firm.

🟣 Cofounder of Transhuman Coin, a DeFi project that funds Transhuman projects which use science and technology to overcome limitations of human biology: www.transhumancoin.finance

🟣 Founding member of FutrDAO, an investment DAO that supports radical impact web3 projects, primarily in climate and healthy longevity.

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Stefano Tempesta

Stefano Tempesta

Stefano Tempesta is a Web Architect working at the crossroad of Web2 and Web3, to make the Internet a more accessible, meaningful, and inclusive space. Stefano is an ambassador of the use of AI and blockchain technology for good purposes.
A former advisor to the Department of Industry, Australia, on the National Blockchain Roadmap, he is also a technology advisor to Carbon Asset Solutions, a climate action and sustainability network with a mission to slow carbon dioxide emissions and remove excess atmospheric CO2 by using regenerative agriculture technologies.
Stefano is a lecturer at RMIT University on courses about AI and blockchain technology, and he has co-authored the book "Blockchain Applied" for Taylor & Francis:  https://bit.ly/BlockchainAppliedBook

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Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue,Sydney,NSW,Australia

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  • ACS NSW, International Tower 1
    Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue
    Sydney NSW 2000
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    Thu 08 Jun 05:30 PM AEST

    Event Finish:
    Thu 08 Jun 07:30 PM AEST
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