IOTA Foundation Meetup DC | Smart Cities Mathew Yarger + Jon Shaffer + Don Kelly

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641 S St NW

641 S St NW · Washington, DC

How to find us

Just one block East of Shaw-Howard University Metro Station (Green + Yellow Line). ISL Building is right next to the WeWork inside the old Wonder Bread and Hostess Cake Warehouse on S St NW.

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Food and Drink will be sponsored by Lavagna Restaurant

Come meet and discuss with IOTA Foundation members directly working with Smart Cities development and also IOTA's unique computational system called Qubic.
Matthew Yarger - Head of Smart Cities
Jonathan Shaffer - Qubic Development
Don Kelly - Qubic Development

There have been monumental developments at the IOTA foundation:

"IOTA and Zühlke Partner up to Accelerate Machine-as-a-Service Solutions"
"Co-Creating Impact: The IOTA Foundation joins forces with EIT Climate KIC"
"Towards Open Collaboration: The Linux Foundation and IOTA Foundation join forces through LF Edge"
"IOTA Foundation launches Industry Marketplace, the World’s First Autonomous and Decentralized Marketplace"
"IOTA showcases sustainable energy traceability at Powerhouse Energy Positive Building"
"IOTA at the Austin Texas Smart Cities Summit"
Additional information can be found on:

IOTA Foundation vision is to enable all connected devices through verification of truth and transactional settlements which incentivize devices to make available its properties and data in real time. This gives birth to entirely new general purpose applications and value chains.

Come learn more about what IOTA is all about, the world changing mission that they've embarked on and the stead and consistent progress that they have been achieving.

We will be covering some of the basics of IOTA and how while it is a cryptocurrency, it's focus goes well beyond the scope of currency and speculation. Also will be discussing directly with the people who are in charge of developing smart cities infrastructure and IOTA's Qubic computational model.

Please RSVP!