Blockchain expert Rosa Shores agrees: Unless you have a data integrity problem, blockchain won’t fix it. Try a distributed ledger instead.
Rosa Shores co-founder from Blockspaces, John Wagner from CoLabs and Roger Grimes, representing unicorn company KnowBe4, took center stage to discuss the trends in their industries.
As startups and businesses continue to try and keep up with ever-evolving technology, one company has stepped up to educate.
Blockspaces is reaching out to more than just tech fans. Gabe Higgins and Rosa Shores, co-founders of BlockSpaces, hope to educate the Tampa community on the ever-evolving technology of blockchain.
Welcome to our Featured Founder series, where you’ll meet startup founders from Tampa-St. Petersburg who are building and scaling their ventures to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges.
It’s a tech incubator with a twist: Blockspaces‘ blockchain incubator is less about the technology and more about the idea behind it.
BlockSpaces is a specialized education and development center for blockchain technology, and quickly became known as a trusted hub of information about cryptocurrency/blockchain technology.
BlockSpaces is a community center and co-working space dedicated to blockchain technology and the Fintech revolution.
Lynn Pippenger Hall auditorium was packed to capacity on March 1, for a hot topic community discussion called Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Future of Finance.
News about BlockSpaces
You’ve probably heard of Bitcoin right now, but it’s less likely you’ve heard of blockchain, the technology that makes it work.
One thing that the co-founders of Tampa incubator BlockSpaces want you to know is that blockchain is a lot more than the technology behind bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Believers say the struggles of today are worth the revolution that Bitcoin is paving for tomorrow.