Tech Talk: Tech in Motion Brings In The Blockchain Big Guns

What’s the buzz around blockchain?

If you are a tech enthusiast, then you are probably at least a little familiar with blockchain concepts. Traditional financial institutions are starting to seriously consider cryptocurrency, and there are even predictions that this technology will eventually become the norm for financial transactions. But, what exactly is blockchain and how will it evolve in the future?

Tech in Motion wants technology enthusiasts to learn from other professionals, get their questions answered in real-time, discover new tech, and hear stories that inspire. Join fellow learners, November 15, to hear from a panel of blockchain experts who will discuss the future of decentralized currency and the impact it has made for business.

This event is a place for tech professionals who wouldn’t normally cross paths to meet, collaborate and learn about what their peers are doing across the city.  Attendees will also enjoy free food and networking after the event.


6:00-6:45 p.m. | Appetizers and Networking
6:45- 7:30 p.m. | Panel Discussion
7:30- 7:45 p.m. | Audience Q&A
7:45- 8:00 p.m. | Conclude Networking


Matthew May
Matthew May is the COO and Founder of Acuity, a virtual outsourced cloud accounting department, where he led the development of the cryptocurrency practice. He is also acting CFO for Storj Labs, which completed utility token sales in August 2014 and May 2017.


Marie-Antoinette Tichler
Tichler is a serial entrepreneur, social technologist and community advocate who has devoted her life to empowering women, educating citizens about their digital legacy and teaching youth to respect the power of technology. She is founder/CEO of C2Legacy Technologies, a blockchain-based digital estate planning company with a mission to preserve cryptocurrency for future generations.

Inman Porter
Porter is founder of SupPorter, a blockchain-enabled “smart” donation processing and rewards system.


Justin Michela
Justin Michela is a technology enthusiast, business operations leader, and blockchain aficionado. He currently serves as SupPorter’s Chief Technology Officer and the Managing Partner at Foureyes Labs, a technology consulting firm.


Angeleen Wilson
Wilson focuses on creating decentralized applications and distributed solutions for the children’s education space. In addition to her blockchain business, she hosts the Women of Blockchain in Atlanta to help encourage women interested in blockchain to participate in this fascinating new industry.

Joe Beverly (moderator)
Joe Beverly, now the President of Atlanta Technology Angels, is the Chairman and President Adaptable Systems Corporation dba Corporate Payroll Services.

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