Inaugural Universe One Conference to Launch in Prague

CommPRO  Editorial Staff

Open-source blockchain for building decentralized applications maker, Æternity, announced its Æternity Universe One conference, the first conference dedicated to the Æternity ecosystem, including Æternity Blockchain, Crypto Foundation and Æ Ventures. The conference is scheduled for Sept. 20-21 at the Paralelni Polis in Prague.

The Æternity Universe One conference will span two days and focus on bridging the gap between what businesses need and what blockchain technology can offer. The event will feature two tracks — one dedicated to the latest research and development in the blockchain space and Æternity, and another focused on real-world applications of scalable, open blockchain projects.

The program also includes a keynote by æternity founder, Yanislav Malahov; an overview of the entire æcosystem by CBO, Nikola Stojanow; an introduction to æternity crypto foundation by President, Marion Vogel, as well as a breakdown of the roadmap by foundation board member, Emin Mahrt; and a recap of company milestones from Pablo Coirolo, CEO æternity Americas.

Other speakers include Thomas Nägele, Managing Partner & Attorney at Law at Nägele Law, who will be discussing The Liechtenstein Blockchain Act and his role as part of the team who wrote it. Matthias Langer, a tax expert in Liechtenstein, will share his knowledge on Taxes and Cryptocurrencies; Thomas Arts, who has a PhD in computer science, will give a security review of æternity components; David Stancel of Blockchain Slovakia will give a history of cryptocurrencies; Sascha Hanse, Chief of Research and Blockchain Architect, will discuss Tokenocracy; Ulf Wiger, Senior Erlang Developer will present on scaling off-Chain with state channels; and Dr. Hans Svensson, QuickCheck Expert, will share tips for avoiding design pitfalls. Attendees will receive an overview of the entire æternity ecosystem and access a host of workshops, panels and discussions on building successful æternity apps (aepps) and wallets.

Source: Blockchain Wire