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⚑️Crypto Night with Decusis: Analysing The Token Engineering Model Behind Kleros

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The Family

Engeldamm 60 Β· Berlin

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I'm in love with the Crypto ❀️Aren't we all? So it's time for another edition on this series hosted by Decusis!

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One of the big promise of cryptoeconomics is the ability to create the right economic incentives to get people to behave in a constructive way for any given system. At the beginning was Bitcoin and its fixed supply that incentivizes people to *hodl* and its price to appreciate. Although revolutionary, what is expected from market participants in the case of Bitcoin is a passive action: Hold. πŸ’ͺ🏽

Since then, projects have gotten more and more ambitious and Kleros is one of them. As an arbitration network and unlike Bitcoin, Kleros requires *active* participation from users. Thus, the game mechanics required to create tangible and robust incentives for decentralized users to behave in the intended way is a lot more complex. πŸ”‘

Clement Lesaege, co-founder and CTO of Kleros, will be with us to introduce us to Kleros, from the idea origination to its current *Interactive* Coin Offering (an improved ICO model proposed by Vitalik: https://people.cs.uchicago.edu/~teutsch/papers/ico.pdf). We will then have a fireside chat to dig, understand and challenge the token model engineered by Kleros followed by a Q&A.

⚑️ Kleros (https://kleros.io/assets/whitepaper.pdf) is a decentralized application built on top of Ethereum that works as a decentralized third party to arbitrate disputes in every kind of contract, from very simple to highly complex ones. It relies on game theoretic incentives to have jurors rule cases correctly. The objective is to create a dispute resolution system that renders ultimate judgments in a fast, inexpensive, reliable and decentralized way.

Clement Lesaege has been active in the Ethereum community since 2016 as a smart contract security expert before co-founding Kleros. The discussion will for sure be very interesting so feel free to join us! πŸ˜‰

πŸ‘‰πŸ½ Please let us know you're coming by registering here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/analysing-the-token-engineering-model-behind-kleros-with-decusis-tickets-46499775079?aff=Meetup

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❀️ This event is hosted by The Family and organized by Decusis, a full-stack organization empowering crypto entrepreneurs through knowledge, network and capital. Follow them on Twitter @_Decusis (https://twitter.com/_Decusis) and subscribe to their newsletter at https://decusis.com.