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Is EOS a blockchain?
Want to join the debate on stage? It's not loo late! Simply send us a message and we'll work it out. ------------------------------ As we've seen in the news recently, a big blockchain company, one that is heavily invested in the Ethereum network, commissioned an independent research about EOS. The result was a research paper claiming that EOS is no more than a glorified cloud computer. Surprise, surprise... ;) Link to the paper: In a candid conversation, Tim Osborne and James Zaki will discuss the research results, what it all means and meander about the future of EOS, and blockchains. 6.00pm Arrivals, networking and pizza 6:30pm Introductions and announcements 6:45pm Tim & James chat with Q&A 8:00pm More networking 8:30pm Meetup ends (to the pub) This meetup is sponsored by Tank Stream Labs and EOS New York Supported by GenerEOS & EOSphere

Tank Stream Labs

Level 8 11 York Street · Sydney


Upcoming Meetups

What we're about

This Sydney meetup for professionals is a forum to discuss Blockchain and other digital emergent technologies. Whether you're new or have an existing interest, Blockchain professionals will put you in touch with others in the field.

To sponsor this meetup, please send a private message to one of the organisers. Sponsors presentations are always welcome (with prior planning). If you want to promote your ICO, we will require notice to properly review your project documentation beforehand.

**The $5 fee is charged to avoid overbooking and help plan catering. If you are a student or can't afford the attendance fee, please PM Adriana Belotti, and she'll happily waive that for you.

Meetup Code of Conduct


All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our meetup are required to comply with the following code of conduct. If you do not wish to comply, you should reconsider attending our events.


Be excellent to each other.

Our goal is to provide a harassment-free experience for everyone.

Language or imagery which belittles individuals based on personal characteristics protected under the Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986 is prohibited.

Our meetups are safe environments for the expression of personal work and ideas. Participants are required to provide feedback in a positive manner. Ridicule, bullying or personal embarrassment will not be tolerated.
Meetup participants violating these rules will be sanctioned or expelled from the meetup or event without a refund at the discretion of the meetup organisers.

If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a meetup organizer.

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