This is a chance to join together with other SAFE Network fans and evangelists to chat about the impact and implications of the release of this open source Network.
The SAFE Network (Secure Access For Everyone) is a project that started in 2006 by MaidSafe with the sole aim of creating a decentralised and secure web with freedom, security and privacy for all.
Over the past twelve years, a team of developers distributed around the world have been focused on building out the open source project ( https://github.com/maidsafe ). Today, the SAFE Network is nearing the final vision: the release of a fully autonomous decentralised data and communications network for the world.
The Network is made up from the unused computer resources provided by the network users, in return for which users will be rewarded with Safecoins ( https://medium.com/safenetwork/wtf-is-safecoin-7cbb969d9d34 ) - a digital currency that can be used to access network services. The SAFE Network also supports distributed applications that can be accessed, for free or paid for, by the network users.
Welcome to the first SAFE Network: Brighton Meetup in 2019!
We are looking forward to meeting up with as many local SAFE Network fans as possible for an informal evening of discussion and socialising.
We are still in the early stages of organizing everything, and will send out updates when details are finalized. But save the date and RSVP if you want to be kept in the loop! :)
2018 was a huge year for the SAFE Network with highlights including the release of the PARSEC consensus algorithm, the first ever European DevCon and the journey towards SAFE-Fleming becoming ever closer. So now is the time to get in on the action!
We welcome MaidSafe long-time enthusiasts as well as beginners. So don't feel like you have to be an expert to join us! if you are completely new to MaidSafe and just want to know what is all about, come along anyway. There will be plenty of people around to clue you in, and informal discussion and questions are encouraged.