BlockDown presents DeData: A conference fully dedicated to data ownership, privacy and web3
BlockDown Conference, a virtual event series launched in March 2020, is preparing for its latest edition, this time fully dedicated to decentralized data, coming this December 3rd from 2 PM to 10 PM CET.
In this one-day 8-hour special conference experts and academics from across the blockchain and crypto space will join to discuss data ownership, privacy, Web3, personal information security and self-governance in detail through panels, keynotes, fireside chats, debates and much more.
BlockDown DeData aims to educate the public about the challenges and alternatives of ownership and consent in this new era where data is the most sought-after commodity. Nowadays, security breaches and manipulation of data can be powerful enough to put entire countries at risk, affect the way we see the world and even turn the results of government elections.
Erhan Korhaliller, CEO of leading Web3 PR Agency EAK Digital and founder of BlockDown, said the event would educate, inspire and make people aware of the importance of data in this era.
“DeData’ puts the power back into the hands of individuals. We look forward to welcoming guests to Blockdown so they can find out more about what Decentralized Data is and the many different advantages and current possibilities of taking control of your data. Your crypto is making yields, so why not your data?”
BlockDown DeData will be streamed as usual across top media in the crypto space including CryptoSlate, Theta.tv, NewsBTC, CryptoNews, Bitcoinist and CriptoNoticias, making it available to millions of viewers easily through these sites’ own home pages.
Previous editions of BlockDown have already attracted some of the biggest names in the industry including Akon, CZ, Charles Hoskinson, Erik Voorhees, Sergey Nazarov, Roger Ver, and Nicholas Merten from DataDash, all providing glowing feedback.
BlockDown Presents: DeData takes place on Friday, December 3rd. To find out more, and to order tickets, visit https://blockdownconf.com or email [email protected] for further information.Source