IBM Research Director Arvind Krishna to Outline How Blockchain is Transforming Industries at Wired Money 2017 on May 18

IBM Research Director Arvind Krishna to Outline How Blockchain is Transforming Industries at Wired Money 2017 on May 18

ARMONK, N.Y.

17 May 2017:


IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that Arvind Krishna, senior vice president Hybrid Cloud and director of IBM Research, will discuss how blockchain is transforming industries, including financial services, at the Wired Money 2017 summit on May 18 in London.

Krishna’s presentation, “Blockchain: The Next Wave,” at 2:50 p.m. London time, will outline how the new transaction ledger method is enabling dramatic changes for businesses across many industries. He will discuss how companies are already seeing benefits from blockchain.

For more information on IBM’s blockchain-based solutions, visit here.



Now in its fifth year, Wired Money 2017 focuses both on the startups disrupting the financial services industry and established companies that are evolving their services given new technologies. For more information about Wired Money 2017, visit here.



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May 17, 2017 at 09:06AM

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