Date and time: Monday, March 2, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: Bitcoin Embassy (3485 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, QC)
Following the recent release of the Safecoin paper, I was considering organizing a meetup on Safecoin. I am really glad to announce that I have found someone to help me organize such a meetup.
About 2 months ago, I met @joelfinn at the Bitcoin Embassy when he started working at the co-working space. I’ve been talking to him about the SAFE Network whenever I see him and he’s been studying it on his own.
Joel and I have decided to prepare a presentation about the economic principles behind Safecoin.
The presentation will be divided in 3 parts:
- The purpose of the SAFE Network
- The role of Safecoin in the SAFE Network
- Advantages and use cases of Safecoin
Here are some of the resources that we’ve used to prepare this presentation:
- Safecoin: The Decentralised Network Token
- The Economics of Safecoin
- Consensus Without a Blockchain
- Keeping Safecoin Decentralised
- Safecoin, why it’s safe and what it means for us all
- Data Is The Most Valuable Commodity On Earth
In preparation for this presentation, we also interviewed Daniel Dabek, CTO of Infinity Algorithms (Daniel is currently working on a decentralized exchange (e.g. safecoin/bitcoin) on the SAFE Network) and Nick Lambert, COO of MaidSafe.
6:45PM - 7:00 PM Arrive before the presentation starts and meet other Safecoin Enthusiasts
7:15 PM Final preparations before the start of the presentation
7:30 PM Listen to the presentation on the economics of Safecoin
8:15 PM Question period
8:30 PM - 9:00 PM Stay around to talk with other Safecoin Enthusiasts
Joel Finningley is an entrepreneur and consultant with experience in developing new digital business models. Through his company, LumosForBusiness, he has collaborated on a number of innovative projects around the world, from crowdfunding platforms to social networks, and is now focusing on the future of digital currencies.