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Join our discussion on blockchain. Gather firsthand insights from Ethereum Swarm and Nomadic Labs. See you on October 7!
Date: October 7 Time: 5.30 p.m. Place: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85490372239
Blockchain is one of the most disruptive technologies at recent times and due to its endless opportunities, techies are positioned as game changers – someone might say they will answer “the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everythingˮ.
On October 7, learn more about Ethereum Swarm and Tezos. enjoy.ing is bringing you top level discussion with international experts from Ethereum Swarm and Nomadic Labs. Join us and:
- discover advantages of Tezos protocol;
- learn about different use cases built on top of Tezos;
- meet Swarm network and Bee client;
- observe Swarm demos.
Gregor Žavcer, Leet Squad at Ethereum Swarm: Gregor Žavcer (Swarm Foundation’s director) has deep experience in entrepreneurship & marketing, having co-founded and managed several companies. He worked as a consultant and lecturer on business development and a veteran in the crypto space. He’s a big proponent of the fair data paradigm and advocates for privacy and digital human rights.
Janoš Guljaš, Developer at Ethereum Swarm: Janoš is an engineer in the Swarm team for 4 years working on the reference implementation of the Swarm. He is focused on making useful software solutions for more than a decade in startups, free software community and personal projects. He is proud of his contributions to the Swarm project, especially the actual bee project and infrastructure automation improvements in companies that he has worked at.
Rinke Hendriksen, Researcher at Ethereum Swarm: He believes that humanity needs technologies which facilitate collaboration, without simultaneously empowering individuals on which these technologies critically rely. Such technologies, when successfully implemented are key to realizing the potential of a globally connected humanity and can contribute to solving our era’s biggest problems in a bottom-up approach. I don’t see technology as the only key to realizing the potential of a globally connected humanity. I believe it is equally important to know when not to use technology and strengthen the relationships with the real world around myslef. I approach the world with an open mind and continuously blend my expertise in economy, computer science and leading teams with the ever expanding new insights that each day brings.
Alexia Martinel, Blockchain Adoption & Strategy [Tezos] at Nomadic Labs: Alexia is in charge of Strategy and Adoption within the BeLux area at Nomadic Labs, the French R&D Lab specialized on the development and implementation of the Tezos Blockchain protocol. Alexia has acquired business strategy and product management expertise by working in different industries such as technology and venture capital. She holds a Master’s Degree in Management from the IE Business School.
Daniel Jean, Support Engineer at Nomadic Labs: Passionate about blockchains and cryptocurrencies technologies, investing in it for 2 years and running a Tezos Validator at https://baking.finance.
- Part 1 – Swarm (60 minutes): Swarm intro, Swarm network and Bee client, Swarm client overview – technical overview, Swarm layer2 demo: FairOS (enterprise)
- Part 2 – Tezos (60 minutes): Tezos protocol and the different use cases built on top of our Blockchain so far. More info coming soon.
Before you apply, please keep in mind:
- Event will be in English.
- Event will be held online and you’ll receive an entrance link on the day of the event.
- Participation is free of charge, but registration is mandatory
If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.