• WAX in San Francisco

    Starfish Mission

    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 Location: 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? 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.

  • EOS World Expo - San Francisco

    150 Hooper St

    EXPERIENCE THE POWER OF EOS Since the launch of the EOS mainnet 9 months ago, development on EOSIO has exploded. EOS has eclipsed other blockchains in daily transactions, daily active users, and the pace of dApp development. EOS has grown so fast it’s impossible to keep up. The EOS World EXPO is an opportunity to catch all the new progress in one place. The EOSIO community of the greater San Francisco Bay has come together to host an electrifying dApp showcase event, the EOS WORLD EXPO. Buy tickets at: https://www.eosworldexpo.com (50% Early bird discount until March 23rd) **Complimentary tickets to those that fill out for job seekers who fill out this survey: https://100x.typeform.com/to/p3W6H8 ** The EOS WORLD EXPO provides a platform for decentralized apps to demo their products to 300–400 tech, crypto and VC attendees wanting to experience EOSIO projects first hand. No more sad promises from unfulfilled white papers and illusions of lambos. The EOS World Expo will be showing off real applications doing real things — everything from gaming apps and social media, to finance and music is being revolutionized. Join us on April 13–14th for the most interactive EOS event of the year! Get hands on, learn and get in at the ground floor of a web 3.0 future. What to expect: - 60+ companies showcase & demo at expo hall - Networking mixer - Business meetings - Company livestream interviews - Photo shoots - Job fair - Investor speed dating - Unconference sessions - Exclusive previews - Free crypto, accounts, and swag. For exhibitors: - Connect with early adopters - Meaningful partners - Qualified investors - Developer talent Buy tickets at: https://www.eosworldexpo.com (50% Early bird discount until March 23rd) The Location: San Francisco is home to Uber, Airbnb, Google, Lyft, Coinbase and 1000s of startups. EOS World Expo San Francisco, presents an unmatched experience to take notice or be noticed on the world stage by early adopters, developers and venture capital. Buy tickets at: https://www.eosworldexpo.com (50% Early bird discount until March 23rd) Website: https://www.eosworldexpo.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/eosworldexpo Telegram: https://t.me/eosworldexposf Email: [masked]

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  • Pre World Expo Event - Dapp Future by Obsidian Labs @ Starfish

    This is going to be a great event for beginners, showcasing how to build smart contracts with ease, using EOS Studio. There will also be a presentation from Aikon, creators of ORE Chain and ORE ID and we will finish off with a panel discussion, you simply cannot miss this event! Around 9pm we will go next door to The Forgery. ----------- Agenda 6:30 Networking 7:00 How to start to build smart contracts using EOS Studio & Introduction of EOS Studio 7:15 Dapp introduction Aikon 7:30 Panel talk: Blockchain Dapp Future and Development 8:10 Q&A 9PM Kick on to The Forgery bar next door --------------------- About the attendee Phil Li CEO of EOS Studio and Obsidian Labs Former founder and CTO of Officewell and Mexue Technology Co., Ltd. PhD in Physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Top 10 in Putnam Mathematical Competition. He has more than 10 years of experience in IT industry and created two products with millions of users. https://www.eosstudio.io/ https://www.obsidianlabs.io/ Justin Giudici Co-Founder & CEO of Infinitybloc.io Experienced Product Manager who has been in blockchain space since 2013. Justin was part of the EOS main net launch and an avid supporter of EOSIO technology. Justin is excited to finally be able to execute on a number of product ideas now that EOSIO tech is providing the throughput, speed and capability necessary to make them a reality. Marc Blinder Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer for AIKON. AIKON makes it easier for developers to build blockchain apps and for people to use them. AIKON is best known for their identity service called ORE ID that connects non-technical people to blockchain apps using Oauth logins. Blinder ran his first company at 28 years old, a social network called Mobileplay (which he sold to Good Technology) and became Creative Director at Context Optional which sold to Efficient Frontier for $50M. At Efficient Frontier, Marc set up the social business across EMEA before the company was acquired by Adobe for $400M. This event is free but you will also want to get yourself tickets to the main event: https://www.eosworldexpo.com/

  • EOSIO Blockchain workshop (Google developer group - Blockchain track)

    We are reposting for a Southbay partner meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Web-3-0-Blockchain-opportunities-for-everyone/events/258532234/ In this workshop we will introduce developers to blockchain technology space and opportunities to get started. We will discuss how to develop decentralized application, what tools you would need and also introduce you to smart contracts development. Smart contracts are self-executed digital contracts that form the building block of decentralized applications. Agenda: 1. Introduction to Blockchain opportunities: - Blockstart incubator (Raman Bindlish) - Blockchain: The Epicenter (Ana Anbuselvan) 2. Smart contract development on EOSIO (America and Penelope Lopez) 3. Legal and Compliance/Regulations (Rob Crea) 4. Running EOSIO node and a network on Google Cloud (David Watson) 5. Improving user adoption for Blockchain applications (Mark Binder and Tray Lewin) *Breakfast and lunch will be provided during the workshop Speakers: Raman Bindlish is a seasoned technology professional with engineering and marketing background and decades of management experience in Fortune 500 companies. He is a mentor for VC funds and an angel investor. Being a blockchain technology enthusiast, he has been actively participating in public blockchain communities and he is one of the key thought leaders in EOSIO space. Ana Anbuselvan is an Industry veteran with more than three decades of industry experience in Enterprise and Consumer applications, working in Fortune 500 companies and building companies & ventures. She is currently holding key positions at various companies incl. Founder & Chairman of Industry 4.0 Foundation, Founder, Executive Chairman & CEO of IDMCloud, Inc. (acquired by Oracle in 2016), Co-Founder & CTO of Lock & Key Technology Group, Chief Innovation Officer & Board of Director of GoFindXR.com and has 12+ Ventures in the Industry 4.0 space, Mentor at OneTraction.vc, and Mentor at TiEYoungEnterpreneurs. America and Penelope Lopez, a.k.a the CyberCode Twins, competed from Beijing to Barcelona and received awards in tech competitions and hackathons, including the NASA International SpaceApps Challenge, AT&T Developer Summit, NEM Global Challenge, IBM Global Innovators Challenge, Intel’s US-China Maker Competition, and Money2020. They’ve showcased VR demos at the White House, and were recently selected among 25 nation-wide scholars by MIT Digital Currency Initiative to attend an intensive program on cryptocurrencies and blockchain at the MIT Media Lab. They are community-involved leaders, currently part of the Intel Software Innovators Program, and active members of shEOS, the first female-founded EOS block producer. Marc Blinder is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer for AIKON. AIKON makes it easier for developers to build blockchain apps and for people to use them. Blinder ran his first company at 28 years old, a social network called Mobileplay (which he sold to Good Technology) and became Creative Director at Context Optional which sold to Efficient Frontier for $50M. At Efficient Frontier, Marc set up the social business across EMEA before the company was acquired by Adobe for $400M. Tray Lewin is a software developer, architect, and entrepreneur. He’s founded and led companies, served as a CTO for several successful startups and ran large, distributed, development teams as chief architect and product lead for a large consulting group. He’s also filled the role of global technology strategist for Microsoft, the world’s largest retailer, and a renown investment bank on Wall Street. Since moving to Silicon Valley, Tray has been the CTO and co-founder for several startups including one that won the Launch Festival grand prize and another in the Healthcare space. Robert M. Crea counsels investment advisers, private funds and broker-dealers on a variety of fund formation, regulatory and compliance, and securities law matters.

  • ¨`*·~-.¸- EOS Holiday Party!!! -,.-~*´¨

    Starfish Mission

    Hey EOS friends, Oh boy it's been a tough crypto winter... But let's not let that get in the way of enjoying the holidays! Meet up with other EOS and crypto enthusiasts to share your stories and plans for the new year! Get to know all the movers and shakers in the EOS ecosystem and if that's not enough we'll have some fun and games.. -Beer pong ...sure -Cornhole.... why not.. -Poker ... yes! (Psst..Crypto trading and gambling are really just the same thing right?) There will be drinks, snacks and some holiday cheer... To Starfish ... Thank you for providing such a wonderful & collaborative space for crypto projects and events this year! Thanks Aikon & EOS Blocksmith for sponsoring this event! To EOS... Thanks for giving us a shot at building usable crypto apps for the average person...we're getting oh so close! To Incubeos the new EOS dApp incubator..Because you dApp, I dApp we dApp! Partners include: Starfish, EOS San Francisco, EOS Blocksmith, EOS Silicon Valley, infinitybloc, Lumeos, Obsidian Labs, Aikon To the brand new EOS San Francisco block producer that will be the bridge to adoption. To Nougit & Six Degrees... first & third place winners in the SF EOS Hackathon and coming back from a rigorous Grand Finale! Thanks everyone.. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

  • Distributed Saturdays - EOS Hackathon Team Building

    Starfish Mission

    Our SF EOS Developer group will get together from 2-4pm to share and learn more about EOS, form teams and prepare for the EOS Hackathon on November 10-11th. ($140k+ in prizes) Activities include: -Peer to peer EOS learning -Team formations -Project brainstorming This event is part of Starfish Mission's full day DISTRIBUTED SATURDAY events, a weekly, peer-to-peer, protocol-agnostic learning event for all knowledge levels. Hope to see you there!

  • EOS Hackathon in SF! $140k+ in Prizes

    The Village

    Top Prize: $100k! Top three qualify for $500k Grand Finale prize! Register here: https://eoshackathon.io/events/san-francisco/ THE CHALLENGE The Hackathon Challenge will be released on the day of the event to ensure a level playing field for all participating! In the mean time, start getting familiar with documentation on the EOSIO Developer Portal and get involved with the community through our EOSIO social channels and Telegram groups. BUILD ON CHANGE. BUILD ON EOSIO. The EOS Global Hackathon series is a first-of-its-kind event in the world of blockchain supporting the growth of a decentralized global community. See you in San Francisco for the next hackathon and join us in building the future of decentralized applications on EOSIO. JUDGING CRITERIA Each submission will be scored in each round based on the following criteria, with a minimum score of 0 and maximum score of 20 points, and the final score being the average of the judges’ scores: UTILIZATION OF EOSIO BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY (5 POINTS) How well suited is the concept for blockchain? Is there a clear need for a token, smart contract, and distributed ledger technology? Was an EOSIO smart contract successfully implemented? CREATIVITY (5 POINTS) How creative was the team in developing an innovative solution for the challenge? Is the idea defensible or unique? IMPACT (5 POINTS)T Did the team create an application that can have a real and valuable impact? Is the idea feasible / if pursued could it actually work in the real world? SCALABILITY (5 POINTS) What is the growth potential of this application? What impact can it have on the world as a whole?

  • Distributed Saturdays - EOS Hackathon Team Building & Mini-hack

    Our SF EOS Developer group will get together from 10-5pm to share and learn more about EOS, form teams and prepare for the EOS Hackathon on November 10-11th. ($140k+ in prizes and can qualify for $500k grand finale prize!) Activities include: -Project brainstorming -Team formations -Team building -Practice hacking! Work on building basic EOS app We'll form teams of up to 5.. please invite anyone you know who is good at: 1) presentations 2) product 3) design 4) frontend/backend devs 5) c++ experts!

  • Distributed Saturdays - EOS Hackathon Team Building

    Starfish Mission

    Our SF EOS Developer group will get together from 2-4pm to share and learn more about EOS, form teams and prepare for the EOS Hackathon on November 10-11th. ($140k+ in prizes) Activities include: -Peer to peer EOS learning -Team formations -Project brainstorming This event is part of Starfish Mission's full day DISTRIBUTED SATURDAY events, a weekly, peer-to-peer, protocol-agnostic learning event for all knowledge levels. Hope to see you there!

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  • Distributed Saturdays - EOS Hackathon Team Building

    Starfish Mission

    Our SF EOS Developer group will get together from 2-4pm to share and learn more about EOS, form teams and prepare for the EOS Hackathon on November 10-11th. ($140k+ in prizes) Activities include: -Peer to peer EOS learning -Team formations -Project brainstorming This event is part of Starfish Mission's full day DISTRIBUTED SATURDAY events, a weekly, peer-to-peer, protocol-agnostic learning event for all knowledge levels. Hope to see you there!