By Team Techweek2

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Does blockchain - the digital scaffolding for trustworthy transactions - offer hype or hope? Find out at Techweek'18, at a series of events which explore potential real-world applications for blockchain technology, from government to agriculture and more. See events below. 

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Agriculture and Technology - Creating a Better Tomorrow

25 May 2018 — 10:00am
Te Kete Ika Function Centre, Christchurch

Agriculture and technology creating a better tomorrow - the future of Naturetech. How will technology impact future agriculture.

Free

BOAM - The Bitcoin Open Air Market

21 May 2018 — 6:00pm
GridAKL / 101 Pakenham St W, Auckland

BOAM is New Zealand’s first Bitcoin Open Air Market, a dedicated space for Kiwis to learn about Bitcoin and buy/sell small amounts of it.

$

CitizenTech

25 May 2018 — 12:30pm
KPMG Wellington, Wellington

How can we enable innovation and collaboration in our biggest social systems?

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Creative Realities

24 May 2018 — 9:00am
Shed 6, Wellington

Creative New Zealanders are using artificial intelligence, blockchain and augmented and virtual reality to change the way we see the world. See through their eyes in Wellington on 24 May.

Free

Enable Digital Series - Blockchain

21 May 2018 — 3:00pm
Canterbury Employer Chamber of Commerce, Christchurch

What actually is Blockchain? An informational event on what's going on in the constantly changing digital world.

$

Startup Grind Auckland

23 May 2018 — 6:00pm

Startup Grind aims to educate, inspire & connect local entrepreneurs. Events include a fireside chat with a founder, plus networking & pizza


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