The internet simplified how humans communicate, blockchain can simplify how we agree. Too often, people make decisions based on what they already know, instead of what is available. One year has not yet gone by since the beginning of the Puerto Rico bankruptcy process and already the expenditure on legal services (paid by you and me) amounts
Representative Eddie Charbonier, from the Puerto Rico House of Representatives, presented House Resolution 829 (RC829) to hold open discussions with State Legislators regarding where blockchain technology can serve the mission of state government, from redesigning services to work better and cost less to providing for new economic development opportunities. The Government Blockchain Association is seeking out experts in diverse
Piloto 151 coworking space announced the creation of the Puerto Rico Government Blockchain Association (GBA) Chapter, a private membership organization which seeks to assist government and public sector people & organizations understand, implement and benefit from blockchain related technologies and capabilities. z The GBA Chapter in Puerto Rico will concentrate its efforts on three fundamental axes: outreach
Washington, DC, November 17, 2017– With the purpose of shedding light on the importance of enacting a coherent digital strategy for Puerto Rico’s reconstruction efforts, Piloto 151 held the third event of their Dear Fiscal Board speaker series last Thursday at New America’s headquarters in Washington, DC. Giancarlo Gonzalez, who organized the event after having served as Chief Information Officer of
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