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Mobile Wallets with Mark Hopkins

February 15, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Mobile Wallets

What’s in your wallet?

The better question might be, do you even need a physical wallet anymore? The “Don’t leave home without it” tagline resonates more with your phone than your go-to credit card.

With the rise in mobile payment technology, apps like Android Pay, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet provide access to real-time data allowing more opportunities for content and engagement. Beyond just transferring funds, blockchain technology could make it possible for these digital wallets to handle transactions like buying a car or house to distributing payroll. Discover more about this cashless society movement from early adopter and industry analyst, Mark ‘Rizzn’ Hopkins, a futurist and blockchain evangelist.

Registration: 11:30am
Presentation: 12:00pm


$45   |   Member Price: $35

Event Details
February 15, 2018
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Calvin Pollard
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Fleming’s Steakhouse
2405 W Alabama St,
Houston, TX 77098 United States
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About the Speakers:

Mark HopkinsMark ‘Rizzn’ Hopkins,
Futurist and Blockchain Evangelist

Mark is an IBM Futurist and a blockchain evangelist.

In 2017 and 2018, he has served as an advisor or C-Level executive to a variety of blockchain projects, including Boundre Group, Veritoken, Robokind, Bitqyck, as well as several blockchain projects in “stealth mode.”

In 2015 Mark founded Roger Wilco Agency, a content marketing firm, which continues to this day. In mid-2016, he accepted a partnership at the newly created Dallas office for Barista Ventures, which remains a nexus for activity in the Dallas startups scene.

Aside from past forays into New Media (like founding SiliconANGLE Media or serving as Associate Editor at Mashable), he has worked as a developer and project manager for many large corporations such as Apple Computers, IBM, Nokia, Cox Communications and CompUSA Corporate.

In 2001, Hopkins left the large corporations to try his hand in executive management in the field of dot com startups, and has worked for companies such as PerfectInvoice, Ninjaco, Parallad Studios, BlipMedia, PoddedMeat, and Mashable.