WTE blockchain panel

From left, Dr. James Caldwell of the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Sciences; Philip Treick of the UW College of Business; Philip Schlump of Beefchain.io; Rep. Jared Olsen, R-Cheyenne; and Dave Murry, an international blockchain advisor, make introductions during a blockchain information forum set up by the Laramie County Library in conjunction with the Wyoming State Library on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, in Cheyenne. "The Way We'll Work: Blockchain " hosted panelists who talked about the impacts of the emerging technology. Jacob Byk/Wyoming Tribune Eagle

CHEYENNE – A panel of local and international leaders in blockchain technology discussed how the emerging industry may benefit Wyoming on Thursday.

“The Way We’ll Work: Blockchain” was hosted at the Laramie County Library in conjunction with the Wyoming State Library to help educate the community on blockchain and cryptocurrency-related issues as they pertain to the state’s recent legislative push.

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