High-quality events centred around emerging technologies. You’ll get to hear from leading developers, researchers and entrepreneurs. The Binary District community is a place where you can learn from the experts, connect with your peers and create new ideas and solutions.
We collaborate with experts in fields such as AI and blockchain to provide a carefully-curated program of events, workshops and courses. These events provide insight into the most important developments of the day, cutting through the hype to drive the conversation forward and provoke new ideas and solutions.
Binary District operates events in Amsterdam, Berlin and London - this group focuses on events in Berlin.
This is a FREE event.
Please get your tickets on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/2mj3aUG
Meet Nervos: London Blockchain Meetup
Meet up with others working in blockchain to discuss ways of making systems scalable. We’ll be talking about proof of work, proof of stake, on-chain scaling, off-chain scaling, UTXOs and smart contracts, among other topics.
You’ll also get the chance to find out about the forthcoming Nervos CKB blockchain, which aims to optimise network usage to deliver better performance, while maintaining security and decentralisation.
6.00pm : Doors open, beers, soft drinks and light refreshments available
6:30pm - 7.00pm start talks : Overview
7.00pm-7.30pm : Presentation[masked]pm-8.00pm : Presentation[masked]pm : Q&A
8:30pm : Networking, drinks and food ordered
Matt began his career working on financial system upgrades for New York City and Apple and was drawn into the rabbit hole of Bitcoin and blockchains as better systems to manage money. He started the 'SF Ethereum' meetup, co-founded blockchain coworking space Starfish Mission, and has run community educational events for the last 2+ years.
He is now working on http://nervos.community in preparation for launch of the Nervos Network.
This is a FREE event.
Please get your tickets on Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2MtqF6y
GDPR compliance is an often neglected part of blockchain applications. GDPR needs to be considered by design. This is especially true in distributed ledger technology, where problems in an immutable system are difficult or impossible to fix after the system goes live. GDPR compliance for blockchains still faces a lot of legal uncertainty. Projects like DIN SPEC 4997 - Privacy by Blockchain Design - as well as this conference, aim to improve clarity and to establish best practices.
This conference is a unique opportunity for the Primalbase community and others in the blockchain space to be part of an in-depth discussion between legal and technical experts. After a day of intense discussions with more than a dozen presentations have addressed specific aspects like “blockchains and the transfer to third countries”, “the household exemptions for privately motivated transactions on public blockchains”, “the nature of hashes in regards to personal data” we will summarise the results in an easily digestible format and give the community a forum to network and discuss the issue with experts in a relaxed atmosphere. The overall list of events can be seen here: https://blockchain-gdpr.info