Eye Opening NYC Tech Event – Blockchain and .NYC Domains

Last week’s NYC Tech Boom event had spectacular turn out, goodie bags, and some amazing panelists.

The tech space in New York has been undergoing seismic transformation. From blockchain, to ai to crypto, to VR the trends are shifting and changing where the NYC is moving as a tech hub. This event discussed the fusion of emerging tech and NYC growth.

The event had great networking, food and drink, and featured amazing panelists from OwnIt.nyc, uPort, NY Coin, and Developed.nyc. They spoke about the evolving tech sector in New York and what the future is bringing to this great city.



After networking there was a major announcement about upcoming Ai Machine learning algorithms platform that will allow anyone who dabbles in crypto make much better decisions. For those who invest in cryptocurrencies you can find out more about it at CryptoTradingTools.io.

Speaker Danny Zuckerman who runs strategy for uPort and is part of the Consensys venture studio in Brooklyn discussed the evolution of NYC as a hub for tech startups to being the center of groundbreaking blockchain projects.

Kathy Nielson of Neustar which runs the .nyc domains also had a big announcement about their upcoming Premium .nyc Domain Auction. These premium domains are centered around travel, hospitality, and tourism with names like shows.nyc, see.nyc, tour.nyc, theaters.nyc, reservation.nyc, and more.

Find them at auctions.nyc.



The event offered guests the chance to connect to the major players in the tech space and get a first glimpse at what’s to come. New York City has evolved from a center of finance, fashion, tourism, and the arts, into a hub of innovation across all major sectors.



Kim Adsitt

Managing Editor

As a New York resident for over 12 years, Kim is passionate about developing technology in New York City. She has created original online media and groundbreaking content strategy for numerous startups and has become a leading expert in startup news. Specializing in content creation and editing, she manages the team at Silicon to produce high quality, engaging tech content and insight from the leading players in the NYC tech field. Kim has been an avid follower of all things blockchain, iot, ai, and crypto and its disruptive potential in a multitude of industries. She seeks to bring the latest innovative news, applications and use cases to the public.