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We are launching SmartCon #0, the first-ever Smart Contract Summit gathering developers, dApp builders, node operators, researchers, enterprises, and the community pioneering the smart contract frontier. The virtual conference will be hosted on August 28th and 29th.
Several weeks ago, the Chainlink Virtual Hackathon launched with the goal of sparking a new wave in smart contract development by showcasing the power of secure off-chain connection via Chainlink oracles. The developer turnout and overwhelming support by the blockchain community was impressive. We look forward to similar events
We believe that enabling off-chain connectivity via secure oracles is the major catalyst that will spark the next evolution in smart contract development. Whether it’s receiving off-chain market data to trigger your DeFi smart contract or connecting to an external payment system to settle it, the range of possible applications that Chainlink opens is limitless.
Join us for an evening panel discussion during Consensus 2019 with Chainlink partners OpenLaw, and Wanchain. This panel includes Sergey Nazarov, CEO of Chainlink, along with Aaron Wright Co-founder of OpenLaw, and Johann Eid, Lead Strategist of Wanchain.
Join us for an evening Meetup featuring an interactive panel discussion during EDCON 2019 with three of the most active projects developing on the Ethereum blockchain. The panel includes Dan Kochis, Global Head of BD for Chainlink, along with Wei Tang, a developer for Parity Technologies and Dennison Bertram, Developer Advocate for Zeppelin Solutions.
We would like to invite you to join us in Austin, Texas “The Live Music Capital of the World” for our first ever Chainlink and Wanchain meetup. We will be demonstrating a chainlinked smart contract that uses Wanchain’s cross-chain capability. This combines the idea of Chainlink’s cross-chain data and inputs with Wanchain’s cross-chain transactions.
We would like to invite both the Chainlink and Celer communities to our Denver meetup, which is taking place the evening before ETHDenver. This will be a great opportunity to learn about solutions covering blockchain security, scalability, and the use of external data to execute on-chain events, as well as to meet the teams behind both projects.