Proof of Stake Blockchain Expo: Virtual Event Examining PoS
On 28 July, The PoS Blockchain Expo will take place. According to Investopedia, “Proof of Stake (PoS) concept states that a person can mine or validate block transactions according to how many coins he or she holds. This means that the more coins owned by a miner, the more mining power he or she has.”
Through workshops and demos, this virtual event will give you a full 360 view of what PoS is, how it works, and how top projects are using this consensus in their blockchains.
4 reasons to attend the event
LEARN PROOF OF STAKE
Get a detailed education on one of the most popular consensus algorithms in blockchain
WORKSHOPS WITH EXPERTS
Learn from top experts working on proof of stake networks daily
TOP PROJECT DEMOS
Watch demos from the top projects developing and implementing proof of stake blockchains.
THE SMARTEST MINDS
This event will be attended by blockchain enthusiasts, developers, early adopters, executives, entrepreneurs, managers, investors, and marketers.
This boutique expo is sponsored by Jelurida Swiss, a blockchain software company that develops and maintains the Nxt and Ardor blockchains.
Confirmed speakers include,
Lior Yaffe: Co-founder and Core Developer of Jelurida Swiss
Ryan Taylor: CEO of Dash
Iker Alustiza Ph.D.: Lisk Research Scientist
Alberto Fernandez: Software Engineer at Jelurida Swiss
Sean Lee: CEO Algorand Foundation (Interview On August 4th)
Reserve your ticket here.
The event is completely free to attend. Each speaker has their own page with a Q&A area to ask questions while watching.
The goal of Proof of Stake Expo is to give attendees more clarity into what PoS is and how projects are implementing the consensus.
Register for the event and get your free pass here. Make sure to join the official Telegram group after registering to network and stay updated.
For further details on the event, contact Mikako Hara, PR Manager based in Tokyo, Japan (https://www.chaintalk.tv/).
Disclaimer: This is a partnered event
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