Ethereum #Buidlers

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Epic Labs

· Madrid

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Beyond tokens, exchanges and bubbles, Ethereum continues to serve as the main platform for the development of decentralized applications that will move the Web3. In this evening we will meet projects that are actively buidling on Ethereum.

19:00 Doors Open

19:05 uPort
19:20 Aragon
19:35 Ocean Protocol
19:50 Q&A

20:00 Dappnode
20:15 Swarm (Ethereum Foundation)
20:30 Datafund
20:45 Q&A

21:00 Networking!

Please note that this is an English speaking event.

Pelle Brændgaard, CTO at uPort
uPort returns ownership of identity to the individual. uPort's open identity system allows users to register their own identity on Ethereum, send and request credentials, sign transactions, and securely manage keys & data.

David Llop, P2PModels
Aragon lets you freely organize and collaborate without borders or intermediaries. Create global, bureaucracy-free organizations, companies, and communities.

Javier Cortejoso, DevOps at Ocean Protocol
Ocean Protocol is a decentralized data exchange protocol that lets people share and monetize data while guaranteeing control, auditability, transparency and compliance to all actors involved.

Eduardo Antuña, Team lead at DappNode
DAppNode is a tool that allows people to host decentralized apps in a truly decentralized way, eliminating the reliance on vulnerable third party vendors and adding an extra layer of incentivization that will spread adoption of the blockchain ecosystem.

Aron Fischer, Ethereum Swarm Team: Swarm and the Web 3.0
This talk will introduce Ethereum Swarm and place it in the wider Web 3.0 context. It will explain the basic premise of Swarm as a data layer for the peer-to-peer, serverless internet, and then it will highlight some of the newer features that the team have been working on such as mutable data ("feeds"), peer-to-peer messaging ("PSS"). If time permits we will also sketch how Swarm integrates directly with the Ethereum blockchain to handle incentives, payments, and storage insurance.

About Aron
Aron received his PhD in mathematics from the City University of New York in 2015. His specialization was in Algebraic Topology and Homotopy theory. Since his graduation he has been studying homotopy type theory in his free time and is interested in how (higher) type theory can help us write safer smart contracts.
He moved to Amsterdam in 2016 and is currently working for Colony in R&D, developing the governance protocols, and for the Ethereum Foundation’s Swarm team where he is working on state and payment channels for the swarm incentive structure. He regularly participates in the Casper research hangout and can be found in the ethereum research gitter channel under the handle ‘homotopycolimit’.

Gregor Zavcer, Datafund: Building fair data society on Swarm
In the talk the concept of Fair data society will be presented and why we believe that Swarm is the most important infrastructure technology to build on. Moreover, the talk will present how ethical and fair data driven (d)apps can be developed and suggest also new revenue streams for developers and users. Throughout the talk Datafund will be used as an example.

This Meetup is part of a series of events during the week focused on developers and #buidlers of Ethereum and Swarm.
- May 22th: #Buidlers Meetup
- May 23-25th: Swarm Orange Summit Madrid -
- May 24-26th: Ethereum Madrid's Hackathon -

If you are a developer, don't forget to register for the hackathon!