Sebastian Schepis Selected to Speak at The 2018 Blockchain Futurist Conference

TORONTO, Aug. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Blockchain Foundry Inc. (“Blockchain Foundry” or the “Company”) (CSE:BCFN) is pleased to announce that Sebastian Schepis, CIO of the Company and creator of the Syscoin blockchain protocol, has been selected to speak at The 2018 Blockchain Futurist Conference taking place August 15-16th in Toronto, ON.

Mr. Schepis is an invited speaker at the conference, and will present on blockchain technology’s impact on the future of Big Data with a focus on real world applications of this technology.

“The Futurist conference is a great opportunity. I’m excited to share my knowledge and experience with incorporating blockchain technology into business solutions with such a diverse audience,” said Mr. Schepis.

An experienced blockchain and cryptocurrency developer, Mr. Schepis has been leveraging blockchain technology to design and create business platforms for a variety of use cases since 2014.

Mr. Schepis and the Blockchain Foundry team are redefining how organizations store and secure their data. Through the development of user-friendly, creative, blockchain-based business solutions, they are working to increase data security and functionality while reducing business costs.

About Blockchain Foundry Inc.

Blockchain Foundry develops and commercializes blockchain-based business solutions and provides consulting services to corporate clients seeking to incorporate blockchain technology in their businesses.

Media Contact Information:

Christopher Marsh
Chief Financial Officer
(647) 330-4572

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