06 June 2018

NEO Smart Economy Gives Out 200 Free Tickets For The Upcoming CPC Crypto DevCon Event

CPC is an acronym for CPitch.com which was established in April of 2015 by Stanford affiliates. One of its main goals is to link up startup companies with established Silicon Valley CVCs and VCs like NEA, Sequoia, Intel Capital and Greylock amongst others. The number of members that are pitched on the CPC platform are more than 1,700, out of which 121 organisations are from the Healthcare, Fintech, AI, Enterprise, AR/VR field. CPC has been able to raise more than $92 million USD so far and counting.

On the other hand Cryptic Labs acts as an exquisite accelerator with its primary focus on enhancing privacy, trust and security on the blockchain. Cryptic Labs links up institutes of higher learning, industries and venture capitalists worldwide to provide a resource for research, talent head hunting and mentoring.

At Cryptic Labs an individual from anywhere on the planet can propose topics for research in the blockchain, cryptography and distributed systems. These individuals can also take part in their proposed research topic in the blockchain. If an educational topic is proposed by an individual on the Cryptic Labs platform, they may give lectures, teach as well as provide answers to questions asked or ask questions on the platform as well.


The Jointly Organised CPC Crypto DevCon Event

The CPC Crypto DevCon Event is scheduled to hold between the 11th and 12th of June, 2018 at the Stanford Faculty Club (Computer History Museum) of Stanford University in the US. This event will feature presentations from key players in the world of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. A key speaker at the event will be Professor Whitfield Diffie who invented public key cryptography. There will also be keynote speeches from Professor Jing Chen the Lead Researcher at Algorand, Professor Dawn Song the Oasis Labs Research Lead and Professor Jonathan Katz the Maryland Cybersecurity Center Director amongst other notable speakers.


NEO Smart Economy Is The Lead Sponsor Of The DevCon Event

You should know that this event will receive the support of a total of 44 partners from the world of blockchain technology. Some of these partners include; Ethereum Foundation, Cash, Cosmos Internet of blockchains, Cortex, DeepBrain Chain, Ox and Algorand. There is also Thunder, Thor, Tendermint, Certik, NuCypher, Oasis Labs and QLC Chain. However, NEO Smart Economy will be the main sponsor of this event.

 

200 Free Tickets Available For The CPC Crypto DevCon Event

NEO Smart Economy has provided a total of 200 FREE tickets for the CPC Crypto DevCon Event scheduled for the 11th and 12th of June, 2018. If you want to get a free ticket now, you can submit your application right here. If you are unable to get the free tickets provided by NEO Smart Economy, you can still make it to the CPC Crypto DevCon event by getting a ticket here.

 

The Agenda  

Day 1:

Time: 10:00 to 10:25 am
Event:

  • Opening Remarks

Time: 10:26 to 12:07 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • Jan’s Keynote
  • Algorand: A Scalable, Secure and Decentralized Digital Currency and Transaction Platform
  • Privacy – preserving computation comes of age
  • Decentralized AI Autonomous System

Time: 12:12 to 13:12 pm

Event:

  • Lunch

Time: 13:12 to 13:22 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • Human-centered Decentralized Value Platform

Time: 13:24 to 13:39 pm

Event:

  • Atomic swap in decentralized exchange

Time: 13:41 to 14:07 pm

Event:

  • Bringing Byzantine fault-tolerant Proof-of-Stake to the Public Blockchain Paradigm
  • Zero knowledge proof of smart contract

Time: 14:09 to 14:49 pm

Event: Panel

  • Scalability

Time: 14:51 to 15:12 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • Ardor Blockchain Scaling Solutions – Pruning, Snapshots, Sub-nets and Lightweight Contracts

Time: 15:13 to 15:28 pm

Event:

  • Break

Time:15:29 to 16:16 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • CertiK: Towards Building Fully Trustworthy Smart Contracts and Blockchain Ecosystems
  • Zero knowledge proof for smart contract
  • StrongSalt: Data privacy on blockchain

Time: 16:18 to 16:58 pm

Event: Panel

  • Concensus mechanisms

Time: 17:00 to 17:26 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • Atomic swap in decentralized exchange

Time: 17:27 to 17:37 pm

Event: Closing

  • Closing Remark

Day 2:

Time: 9:00 to 9:10 am

Event:

  • Opening Remarks

Time: 9:11 to 9:53 am

Event: Keynote Speech

  • NEO Smart Economy – Blockchain for Real Use – cases
  • Government adoption of blockchain
  • Blockchain and Fully Homorphic Encryption

Time: 9:55 to 10:35 am

Event: Panel

  • Democracy of AI

Time: 10:37 to 11:03 am

Event: Keynote Speech

  • Decentralized AI Cloud in the AI x BlockChain Era!

Time: 11:05 to 11:45 am

Event: Panel

  • Governance

Time: 11:47 to 12:08 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • Oasis: A Scalable, Private-preserving smart contract platform & towards democratisation of AI
  • From Palm Pilot to iPhone: how pragmatism and preference shape technology (and what it means for blockchain)

Time: 12:09 to 13:09 pm

Event:

  • Lunch

Time: 13:10 to 13:52 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • NKN: A Scalable Decentralized Data Transmission Network Incentivised by Blockchain
  • POA Bridge and interoperability between Ethereum networks
  • Key Principles of Crypto-enabled Networks

Time: 13:54 to 14:14 pm

Event: Fireside Chat

  • Professor Whitfield Diffie
  • Professor Shoucheng Zhang

Time: 14:16 to 14:53 pm

Event:

  • Taraxa.io: democratizing IoT data
  • What you need to know to predict (or build) the next generation of cryptocurrencies
  • A storage protocol for decentralized cloud – fast, flexible and free

Time: 14:55 to 15:10 pm

Event:

  • Break

Time: 15:12 to 15:43 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • Randomized Delegated Proof of Stake for Scalable Blockchains, from IoTex Team

Time: 15:44 to 16:24 pm

Event: Panel

  • Security and privacy

Time: 16:25 to 17:12 pm

Event: Keynote Speech

  • NuCypher: Data Privacy and Access Controls for Decentralized Applications
  • Thunder Token: A Fast and High-Throughput Cryptocurrency

Time: 17:13 to 17:43 pm

Event: Closing

  • Closing Remark

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