Organizers: Infinitybloc, Blocksmith, EOS San Francisco, WAX
About this Event:
Infinitybloc, Blocksmith and EOS SF are pleased to present WAX (Worldwide Asset Exchange). WAX.io is the second largest EOSIO empowered blockchain beside EOS mainnet.
After successfully completing the WAX token sale in 2017, Malcolm CasSelle is in San Francisco to talk about the developments on the Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX) - a blockchain designed for digital goods e-commerce with fiat payments, free accounts and a service layer designed for scale.
Come to explore how nearly 600,000 consumers have adopted NFTs, trading and games on a blockchain.
Presenter: Malcolm CasSelle from WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange).
Malcolm CasSelle most recently led a $100M token sale as President of WAX (Worldwide Asset eXchange)
and CIO of OPSkins, the number one marketplace for buying and selling items from online video games and most used blockchain in the world for eCommerce. Previously, Malcolm was a co-founder of PCCW, a publicly-traded telecom based in Hong Kong currently valued in excess of $35 billion USD. He holds degrees in Computer Science from both MIT and Stanford University.
Panel: After Malcolm's presentation we will be joined by representatives from the EOSIO community for a panel discussion regarding the current landscape of the EOSIO ecosystem.
Refreshments and snacks will be provided at the event.
Date and Time:
Monday, August 15,[masked]:00-9:00pm PDT
1535 Mission St, San Francisco
Potential panel questions
What areas of gaming do you think will be most impacted by NFTs?
Which platforms show promise for advancing gaming in a blockchain enabled game?
What are the big console players, (eg Microsoft, Sony) doing to capitalize on the space?
What are the big game developers (eg Blizzard, Valve) doing to capitalize on the space?
How will WAX be helpful in the gaming space?
How will WAX grown and take market share?
Are you excited about Voice? How will Voice play a role in gaming?
What's has more exciting potential, NFTs or DEXes?
What do you think of corporate controlled chains such as Libra?