November 21, 2019, Allan Zhang, the founder of the global storage public chain DxChain, will bring us a sharing at Stanford Campus, introducing his entrepreneurial stories, the opportunity to enter the blockchain industry, and the vision of blockchain and big data.
6:30 -- 7:00 Sign-in & Dinner
7:00 -- 7:30 Allan Zhang’s Sharing
7:30 -- 8:00 Q&A
Allan Zhang, was the founding engineer of Palo Alto Networks and the founder of AI mobile security company Trustlook, provides mobile security protection for mobile phone manufacturers such as OPPO. Qualcomm, the world's largest semiconductor company, is a partner of Trustlook. With eight years of cryptocurrency research experience and five years of blockchain investment experience, Allan is an energetic continuous entrepreneur.
DxChain is the world's first decentralized big data and machine learning network powered by a computing-centric blockchain.
DxChain's core theory is to empower individual users to share his/her idle hard drives, data storage and computing capacities to build a low-cost, secure, decentralized blockchain cloud network. In other words, DxChain will provide decentralized data storage and computing services and build a data exchange marketplace powered by blockchain and machine learning technology.