Blockchain technologies in the state administration of Georgia – topic of the panel discussion at Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Georgia
How does the government of Georgia integrate blockchain in the GovTech? Are there any successful case studies? Participants of the panel discussion “Prospects of blockchain technologies in the state administration” will answer these questions. For the first time ever, experts will bring up the issue of blockchain integration in the state administration of Georgia.
The list of approved participants includes:
- David Kiziria, moderator of the panel discussion, founder of Blockchain Systems Institute, cryptocurrency evangelist, and anarcho-capitalist. He has been actively involved in the reform of education and science in Georgia since 2004.
- Avtandil Kasradze, deputy chairman at Georgia's Innovation and Technology Agency. Previously, he served as a senior legal advisor in the Government and the Ministry of Justice of Georgia.
- Mariam Turashvili, head of project management department at the National Agency of Public Registry Georgia. She supervises the project of the blockchain-based land registration platform. She also worked for the Ministry of Defense of Georgia, Parliament of Georgia, public defender’s office, OSCE parliamentary mission.
- Giorgi Abramishvili, executive director at Georgian Renewable Energy Development Association. Experienced specialist in the renewable energy industry.
- Davit Sivsivadze, vice-chancellor, head of legal department at University of Georgia. He graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law and Chicago-Kent College of Law.
- Nikoloz Gagnidze, Chairman at LEPL – Data Exchange Agency, Ministry of Justice of Georgia.