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Tomer Sofinzon on Pillar Project personal data locker at Login 2018

13 minutes

Tomer Sofinzon offers a glimpse into the future with an open-source personal data locker and digital assistant, and promises me the Pillar Project unconference [Vilnius 15-21st July] is not only for geeks!

Blockchain + Bitcoin + Pillar + ICO + Cryptocurrency + Data + Finance + Society + Technology

----more----Pillar Project: Your data, your lifeThe goal of the Pillar Project is to return control over personal data back to its rightful owner - you.Starting with an open-source wallet to store, transact, and track cryptocurrencies and tokens, the Pillar Wallet will evolve into a decentralised, personal data-management platform.

Tomer SofinzonCo-founder/CRO at Pillar Project

Tomer Sofinzon has spent over 15 years between the US, Europe, and Israel, concentrating on technology entrepreneurship and investments. Tomer founded eight companies, among which is the Pillar Project, where he’s the founder & Chief Business Development Officer. The Pillar Project is an open-source, blockchain-based wallet that will evolve to become your personal digital assistant and the dashboard for your digital life; it promises to bring data sovereignty, financial inclusion, and the power of a “pull” economy to people around the globe. Tomer has made multiple angel investments and has worked extensively in venture capital, focusing on strategic partnerships.

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LOGIN 2018 – the first, largest, most uncompromising innovation bash in the Baltics. At LOGIN, the roadmap for INNOVATION is TECHNOLOGY x CREATIVITY x BUSINESS. Whether you’re a blockchain geek, a currencies philosopher or a sophisticated designer, if you believe your desk isn’t the only place where innovation happens – you must LOGIN!Content isn’t everything. Context is everything.Transit Lounge Radio brings you conversations from LOGIN 2018!Hang out in the Transit Lounge on facebookReviews and stars on iTunes Apple Podcasts make us happyListen on the TLR YouTube ChannelConversation, Nomadic, Future, Design, Society, Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneur, Data, Money, Cryptocurrency, Login, Storytelling, Creativity, Geeks, Blockchain, Blockgeeks, FinTech, loginreality, Pillar Project, Podcast, Transit Lounge

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