If you're interested in developing blockchain applications using hyperledger, then this is the place to be!
We will cover: • Hyperledger Fabric • Hashgraph • Ethereum and Solidity development on permissionless blockchain applications • Directory Architecture for organizing blockchain applications • Reaching Consensus without the expense of proof of work • The differences between Ethereum, Bitcoin, Hyperledger, and Hashgraph • And many more topics will be discussed!
Who should join: • Jr. Developers looking to learn about the blockchain development to get an entry level job as a blockchain developer • Sr. Developers who want to take advantage of the blockchain and build applications that have 'first mover advantage'
What to expect:
A roundtable discussion about real-world applications that are using HyperLedger Fabric
Who will be speaking:
The format of the event allows anyone with any examples of HyperLedger applications the opportunity to speak
• If you have something to say please message me.
Who is this meetup for?
This is great for blockchain developers and enthusiasts that have a basic understanding of distributed ledger technology.
What is the HyperLeger Fabric?
Simple Definition: It's permission based blockchain for businesses
Official Description: Hyperledger Fabric is a platform for distributed ledger solutions, underpinned by a modular architecture delivering high degrees of confidentiality, resiliency, flexibility and scalability.
Where and when will this event take place?
I'm currently seeking a venue that can hold 40-60 people in Manhattan. The good news is there are venues interested but agreeing on a date is difficult.
Jordan Fried, is the VP of marketing of Hashgraph, a consensus mechanism / data structure alternative to blockchain. A decentralized platform without servers built on Hashgraph technology will enable blockchain use cases to run:
• 250,000+ Transactions Per Second (Pre-Sharding)
• Mathematically Proven Fairness (via Consensus Time Stamping)
• Bank-Grade Security (Asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerant)
**This event is still in planning and needs a location. The date is expected to be in December**