ETCDEV is very happy to partner with DCTRL Vancouver to conduct a Meetup to talk about Emerald SDK, a set of tools for app developers to easily learn and start building secure dapps that run on ETC, and to talk about the benefits of immutability and the Ethereum Classic blockchain in general.
If you are a developer based in Vancouver, interested in learning about Ethereum Classic, starting a business in the decentralized world, or moving your existing business to the space we would be very happy to welcome you!
6:00 - 6:30 Welcome 6:30 - 6:40 Introductions and local announcements 6:40 - 7:05 Emerald SDK: Build dapps on ETC - Zach Belford, JS Developer, ETCDEV 7:05 - 7:15 Break 7:15 - 7:40 Emerald SDK mini-workshop - Shane Jonas, JS Developer, ETCDEV 7:40 - 8:00 Panel - Immutability & Code is Law- Moderator Chelsea Palmer, DCTRL 8:00 - 9:00 Networking: Pizza and beer!
Please register on the DCTRL Meetup.
DCTRL 436 West Pender Street
(black door to the left of hair salon) Vancouver
Come out and network with fellow blockchainers from across Canada and sometimes other parts of the world. This meetup is geared towards newbies, techies, entrepreneurs, students, lawyers, bankers, hobbyists and pretty much anyone who shares an interest in blockchain tech.
Learn about blockchain technologies and explore the benefits of these technologies in the public & private sectors in British Columbia, Canada and internationally, and its application at the convergence with related technologies such as Digital Identity Management, Crypto Currencies, Initial Coin Offerings, Mobile Communications, FinTech, AI, RoboAdvisers, Cybersecurity, IoT, Machine-to-Machine Learning, Big Data and Predictive Analytics.
Our upcoming themes will incude:
The Token Economy fuelled by Token Generating Events (commonly known as Initial Coin Offering - ICO's)
Regulatory, compliance and other implications of blockchain based business models
Digital Identity Management
Blockchain applications for Enterprise and Government
Let us know what other topics should be covered. Look out for our first meeting in October.