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Coinscrum {Presents} :: Cardano's Plutus Smart Contract Environment

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On 4th March, Coinscrum welcomes Cardano to the stage to introduce their recently launched Plutus & Marlowe Smart Contract tools.

The Plutus platform is a general purpose functional programming environment for third-generation blockchains, such as Cardano.

Plutus draws from modern language research to provide a safe, full-stack programming environment based on Haskell, the leading purely functional programming language.

Marlowe is a domain specific language that provides domain experts in functional contracts an accessible, domain-specific environment.

The team from Cardano are proud to present Plutus and Marlowe to the world and are keen to open up discussions with the broader development community and to get them involved in the future developments of the project, to share ideas and collaborate.

On the night, we welcome two speakers from Cardano's primary R&D arm, IOHK, including Professor Simon Thompson and Michael Peyton-Jones.

///Michael Peyton-Jones - IOHK functional compilers engineer

Michael got into programming language design by relentlessly gravitating towards the point of greatest abstraction until someone threw a compiler at him. He cares about making programming languages beautiful and mathematical, but also ergonomic and usable. Michael has a first-class degree in mathematics and philosophy from the University of Oxford.

Michael will present a demo of Plutus Playground to the audience.

///Simon Thompson - Professor of Logic and Computation

Simon Thompson is a researcher, author and teacher, and professor of logic and computation at the University of Kent. His research into functional programming covers verification, tool-building and testing for Erlang, Haskell and OCaml.

He is the author of books on type theory, Haskell and Erlang, and runs a Mooc about Erlang for FutureLearn.

He works with IOHK on domain-specific languages for Cardano.

Simon will give an introduction to Marlowe, creating financial contracts on the blockchain.

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Doors open at 6pm
Presentations begin at 6:30pm
Followed by networking

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Big love to Coinscrum {Presents} sponsors, KR1

KR1 is a leading publicly listed investment company focused on blockchain and decentralised technologies. KR1 invests in early stage projects and blockchain-based digital assets that power the decentralised platforms and protocols that form the emerging Web3 infrastructure.

More info at www.kr1.io

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With thanks to our group sponsors, eToro

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That boring legal stuff

Please note: We welcome all of our innovative founders to share their ideas at Coinscrum and also love our sponsors to bits.

However, their presentations or services provided do not infer any kind of endorsement by Coinscrum, its organisers or Scrumline Ltd of any possible investment opportunity via their products and services or in any related ICO (Initial Coin Offering).

Crypto-tokens are a high risk investment and you should always carry out your own thorough research and due diligence before deciding whether or not to invest yourself.

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