SKALE Architecture and Economics Deep Dive

Sep 25, 2019 · San Francisco, United States of America

Join the SKALE metup as well!

On Sept 25, SKALE is hosting a small developer meetup in San Francisco. For anyone interested in Ethereum, there will be lots of technical conversation on all things dApps, Solidity, and Ethereum scaling.

SKALE is hosting a small developer meetup in San Francisco. The goal is for this to be a quality over quantity event both in terms of number of people and content. If you are interested in Ethereum, please come join us for a technical conversation on all things dApps, Solidity, and Ethereum scaling.

In this event we will do an overview of the SKALE network architecture and an interactive session on security, incentives, and economic design of the network from the perspective of dApp developers and validators.

6 PM - Doors open, social, drinks & bites
6.30 PM - Welcome by SKALE co-founder Jack O’Holleran
6.45 PM - Discussion: Deep dive into the SKALE Network
7.30 PM - Open questions
7.45 PM - Networking and beers

Workshop will cover:
- SKALE architectural overview
- Security model
- Developer Perspective: Incentive and economic design
- Preview of SKALE features to be discussed at next meetup/workshop

SKALE Network:

The SKALE Network is an elastic, modular network of blockchains built with cutting edge containerization technology and cryptography. The result is an easy-to-use, secure, fast, cost- effective decentralized cloud.
With SKALE, dApps can deploy their own blockchain and can configure it to their business requirements whether they are building a game, DeFi application, or anything else.

SKALE Chains can execute sub-second blocktimes, run over 2,000 tps on every chain, run full-state smart contracts, decentralized storage, and machine learning. SKALE brings the configurability, speed, and ease of use of Web2 to Web3 within the Ethereum Ecosystem.
The primary initial use case is running Elastic Sidechains for the Ethereum Network.

SKALE is supported by top blockchain VCs including Multicoin Capital, Hashed, Blockchange, Galaxy Digital, Neo Global Capital, Floodgate, and others.

The SKALE Network is decentralized and supported by top validators in the world including Blockware, ConsenSys, Certus.One, Chorus One, Dokia, Figment Networks, Hashed, Staked, StakewithUs, and Stake X, as well as key infrastructure player Bison Trails.

To learn more about SKALE, check out the developer’s portal and Github here:
Twitter: @skalelabs

September 25, Wednesday

1160 Battery St San Francisco

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