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What’s the key to a secure identity?
Identity in the digital age is more than who you are – it’s where you spend money, who you chat with, how you pay your taxes. RMIT and TypeHuman are developing an app to help people take back ownership of their identities – find out how you can protect and reclaim your identity with blockchain technology. Nick Byrne (TypeHuman), Katherine Noall (CEO, Sphere Identity), Alastair Berg (Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT) and Professor Jason Potts (Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT) will show you how it can protect you from identity theft, change the ways we use money and transform society.
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Alastair Berg is a PhD student at RMIT University where he is examining a public choice theory of identity and decentralised identity governance using blockchain (distributed ledger) technology. He also works as a Research Assistant at the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub.
Prof Jason Potts is a Professor of Economics at RMIT University where he is Director of the Blockchain Innovation Hub, the world's first social science research centre on blockchain. Jason's current research includes cryptoeconomics, economic evolution and long run technological and institutional change.
Katherine Noall is the CEO of Sphere Identity who are developing more secure online services by applying new insights and developments in application design and blockchain technology. They are excited to be building new solutions for personal, medical and IoT identity.
Nick Byrne is an entrepreneur who has experience working in the corporate, not-for-profit, and startup sectors. He has helped many Australian startups and corporate teams define new ways of work, and launch new digital product offerings. He is currently the co-founder and CEO of TypeHuman, which was founded on a belief that we need to accelerate the adoption of Web 3.0 technologies in order to bring about a more human-centric web.