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The Smartweb Future: Elastos Founder visits Australia

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As part of the Melbourne Tech Talent Festival come join us and hear from internationally reknowned speaker Rong Chen (former right hand man to Bill Gates at Microsoft) from the Elastos Foundation as he introduces the future smart web, a secure, decentralised eco-system which opens new opportunties for creatives and business alike.

Come along to 'The Smartweb Future' to learn more from an industry great and other industry experts about:

- The current internet is broken, why we need a smartweb
- Digital assets and the economic opportunities they create
- Gaming ecosystems on a blockchain you can create and earn from playing
- Learning and earning with open source job opportunities
- Melbourne a future forward creative, innovative cities utilising next generation technologies

This is like no other event, because not only will you learn, but you also have an opportunity to start a career contributing to an open source project!

Elastos is a completely open source, network operating system that utilizes the decentralization of P2P communication (Elastos Carrier) and security of blockchain to create an end-to-end secure web environment for users, internet of things, and all smart devices.

It also creates, for the first time, a space for creatives to build true digital wealth and protect their intellectual property by creating scarcity and true identification of digital content.

In other words, Elastos is like a decentralised, upgraded security version of the Windows operating system and is owned by everyone (open sourced), not one company. Elastos focuses on providing a secure infrastructure platform for developers and business people to build useful fast, scalable and secure dApps to interact with any blockchain, using any operating system and device.

It is protocol agnostic which gives dApp developers complete freedom to choose which blockchain protocols they want to use for their dApps.

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