On Tuesday morning, we held a morning cronut and community event with Dystopia Labs, Starfish Network and KryptoSeoul. Folks from east and west coast of the US, Asia, and Europe all gathered together at 9am in the morning to meet and share their community stories with us.
On stage with HTC, MyEtherWallet and Ledger.
On Tuesday, our founder Joyce Yang was on stage interviewing Phil Chen, head of HTC blockchain, a Taiwanese phone maker; Eric Larch, chairman of Ledger and Kosala Hemachandra, CEO of myetherwallet.
In the same evening, Global Coin Research and Dystopia Labs co-hosted an event with the Tor Project Founder Roger Dingledine. Roger gave a talk about the infrastructure of Tor and the approach and challenges to building private and scalable solutions. We believe these kind of learnings are valuable for the blockchain community, as many engineers and builders are currently facing the technical challenges of building scalable private solutions.
We had an amazing turnout of professors, students, blockchain builders and cryptographers such as those from Orchid Labs.
On Wednesday evening, we had another joint event with KryptoSeoul bringing together folks from all over the world in the evenings.
First, John Park from the Nonce community shared an educational talk about Korea regulations.
Is ICOs banned in Korea? Legally no, but practically yes.
Next we saw presentations from Cryptokitties, Kadena and Harmony. Benny Giang from Cryptokitties introduces Cheezewizards, a new game introduced by DapperLabs.
Next we had a panel with Investors- from Blocktower Capital, Metastable Capital, Scalar Capital and Jump Trading