On Tues May 14th, we'll be running a casual meet & greet for blockchain community managers during Consensus. Organized by Dystopia Labs, Starfish Mission, Global Coin Research, Blocultural, and KryptoSeoul. Food sponsored by Nervos. It'll be an opportunity for blockchain projects in/around SF, NYC, and abroad to come together, share best practices, and chill over some cronuts (that's right!) and mimosas.
- Doors Open: 9:00am
- Intros & Asks: 9:30am - 10:00am EST
- Networking: 10:00am - 11:00am EST
Location: 108 West 39th Street, 9th Floor, Suite 900, New York, NY 10018 (15min walk from Consensus); Tell The Security Guard Downstairs That You're Heading To The Breather Space.
Starfish (https://www.starfish.network/) - Through SF tech hub Starfish Mission, P2P learning-fest Distributed Saturdays, the Mechanism Design Working Group and more, the Starfish community facilitates collaboration, education and unity among people seeking a better world through blockchain and supporting technologies.
Global Coin Research (https://globalcoinresearch.com/) is a paid subscription newsletter founded by Joyce Yang focusing on Asia cryptocurrency and blockchain happenings. We contextualize and analyze current trends by sharing our insights as well as providing resources such as events, interviews, conference calls to help our readers learn more about Asia.
Blocultural (https://www.blocultural.com/) is a marketing firm with the core values of dedication, integrity, scrappiness and contrarian outlook. Founded by Min Kim (BD lead at Tron).
KryptoSeoul (http://kryptoseoul.com/) is a leading community building team in South Korea. Founded by Erica Kang. Organizer of the buidl.kr (https://buidl.kr/) conference.
Dystopia Labs (http://dystopialabs.com/) is a blockchain edu org created by Hsin-Ju Chuang (Former Head of Growth at Stellar (XLM), Thunder, and Solana; currently consulting at Tezos TQ (XTZ). We are blockchain agnostic and are focused on growing high-quality developer communities around the world.
Nervos (https://www.nervos.org/) is network of scaleable and interoperable blockchains built on top of an open network - which we call the Common Knowledge Base (CKB). CKB is built as a security anchor for all blockchains (and layer 2 protocols such as state channels) in the Nervos network. It enables enterprises and application developers to decide what goes into the blockchain.