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An Insider’s View on the Blockchain Ecosystem – with T. Glucksmann from Gatecoin

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, ICO, Blockchain… These terms are getting more and more visible in the media but still represent concepts difficult to understand for many of us. The crypto-token (or currency) market has seen significant growth for the past few months, attracting ever more investors and innovators. Some of their questions are:

• What are the differences between the main crypto-tokens?

• How can the industry adapt to the new regulations and recent events?

• What is happening in the blockchain world outside of the speculative market? 

• What are the next major innovations?

• How to develop a career in the blockchain tech?

For this ApéroTalk, we’re happy to welcome Thomas Glucksmann, who has recently been speaking at the Tokyo Fin/Sum Week, to share his view on the rapidly moving blockchain industry and answer a few of the above questions.

ApéroTalk is our events series based on a very simple (and very French) concept: Apéro and Talk. 

Agenda

• 7:00 pm – Door opens

• 7:30 pm – Talk and Q&A by Thomas

• 8:30 pm – Networking session 

 

About Thomas Glucksmann

Thomas is Head of Marketing & APAC Business Development at Gatecoin, a Hong Kong based cryptocurrency and blockchain token exchange. He began his career in the crypto-token ecosystem at the Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox, where he drove the firm’s international expansion, new product development, and marketing initiatives. 

Thomas has also worked as a consultant for various fintech firms and startups based in Asia Pacific. He has spoken extensively on crypto-token token trends at finance industry events and universities and provides regular commentary to media such as The New York Times, Bloomberg and CNBC.  

About Le Wagon Tokyo

Le Wagon Tokyo is a coding school for startups, creative people and tech entrepreneurs. Our 9-week Full-Stack Coding Bootcamp is designed for complete beginners or “half-beginners” who really want to dive into programming and, above all, change their mindset. Learn to think like a developer, consider issues with new insight, and become more autonomous thanks to these newly acquired abilities. 

The next Tokyo batch will start on January 15th and applications are open. Still considering whether to apply or not? Try our free online track!

 

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