Practical considerations for implementing Central Bank Digital Currency, with PegaSys and Adhara
For an increasing number of organizations in the financial services industry, blockchain technology has become an essential part of the enterprise software stack. In this webinar, we will walk through practical considerations and best practices for what has become one of the most talked about enterprise use cases this year: Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
This joint webinar will feature PegaSys, the ConsenSys team dedicated to building Enterprise Ethereum, as well as the team behind Adhara, an international payments and liquidity solution built on Ethereum. The PegaSys and Adhara teams will share how partnering together on the protocol and application layers of the blockchain stack makes a critical difference in bringing blockchain banking applications to production.
What we’ll cover:
- Examples of blockchain applications in the financial services industry
- A deep dive into the CBDC use case
- An explanation of how blockchain features meet the needs of financial applications
- Q&A session to answer any of your questions about blockchain in financial services
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COO AND CO-FOUNDER OF ADHARA
Peter has over twenty five years of Software Development experience in Finance and Banking, and was an early adopter of Blockchain technology.
He led key technical innovations across FirstRand Bank treasury, and the Central Bank RTGS space via Project Ubin (Monetary Authority of Singapore) and Project Khokha (South African Reserve Bank). Peter graduated with honors in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cape Town.
PRODUCT LEAD OF PEGASYS, CTO OF CONSENSYS
Rob Dawson is the CTO of ConsenSys and Product Lead at PegaSys, the Protocol Engineering Group. Rob has a highly technical background as an IT Developer and Leader with experience in a wide range of technologies including thin and thick clients, agile and heavy methodologies, security and protocols. He also has extensive experience in enterprise software and has led the product developing of Pantheon, PegaSys' Apache 2.0 licensed Ethereum client written in Java.