Implementation of Bulletproofs in Ethereum and Applications

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Our next meetup will be held at Skills Matter at CodeNode, 10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, next to Moorgate and Liverpool Street Stations.

IMPORTANT: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST REGISTER VIA THE SKILLS MATTER WEBSITE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT: https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/11653-january-meetup

Clearmatics (www.clearmatics.com) is kindly providing food and drinks.

The schedule for this evening is as follows:

- Welcome and introduction

- Presentation by Eduardo Moraes de Morais and Alexey Koren from ING on the implementation of Bulletproofs in Ethereum and applications

Eduardo and Alexey will discuss their implementation of Bulletproofs for Ethereum. They will present metrics, implementation details and insights from development. They will also discuss possible applications of Bulletproofs and example implementation of auction contract based on it.

The ING Group is a Dutch multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Amsterdam.

About ING's DLT Program:

The ING DLT Program aims to empower clients to transition to a distributed economy. As such, exploring and testing distributed ledger technologies via independent projects, in industry groups, with consortia, and through bilateral partnerships. The journey with this nascent technology so far involved a total of 44 proof of concepts and the successful completion of 8 live pilots.

Short biographies:

Eduardo Morais is Software Engineer and Cryptography specialist in ING's blockchain-team with a PhD in cryptography.

Alexey Koren is Software Engineer at ING focusing on Distributed Ledger Technologies and Cryptography.

- Update on the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance from Conor Svensson

Conor is the founder of blk.io who provide the last-mile infrastructure for enterprises to work with blockchains.

He also chairs a number of key working groups in the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, including the Quorum and standards focussed working groups.

He is the author of web3j, the Java library for working with the Ethereum blockchain.

- Working Group Updates

- Member Updates

IMPORTANT: PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST REGISTER VIA THE SKILLS MATTER WEBSITE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT: https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/11653-january-meetup