A Chain Reaction: Launching the Interchain Interoperability Standard (IBC)
October 21, 2019 Berlin, GermanyJoin Agoric, Cosmos and others for an overview of one of the most important developments in blockchain, an interoperability standard.
October 19 - 20, 2019 Berlin, GermanyOur CEO Dean Tribble will be participating at the hackathon and will do a technical presentation on Agoric stack. Don't miss Agoric & Cosmos workshop on blockchain interoperability using IBC on Saturday 19th Oct at 3 pm.
Interdisciplinary Workshop on Smart Contracts
October 11, 2019 University of Pennsylvania Law SchoolBill Tulloh will be participating at this workshop. It will be a closed-door conference on smart contracts, which will mix attendees from industry, faculty in law and computer science, and practicing lawyers.
October 8 - 11, 2019 Osaka, JapanOur software engineer Kate Sills will be speaking as part of a panel on State of Blockchain Governance Oct 11, 9 am - 12 pm Room B10
Cryptoeconomic Systems Field Building Summit
October 5 - 6, 2019 MIT Media LabThe goal of the event is to bring together the technical areas of cryptography, protocol engineering and distributed systems research with insights from the domains of economics, law, complex systems and philosophy to crystallize a mature communal scholarly ecosystem. Our economist Bill Tulloh will be attending.
Build on Cosmos - Learn about Agoric, Lino Network and more
September 11, 2019 San Francisco, CaliforniaIn this meetup Cosmos will share several teams building on the Cosmos. Mark Miller will present the work we do at Agoric and how we integrate with Cosmos.
September 7-8, 2019 Prague, Czech RepublicA conference about the present and future of ActivityPub, the world’s leading federated social web standard. Mark Miller will speak about ocaps and erights, with an emphasis on building cooperative social worlds.
Can Blockchains Provide Rule of Law?
September 5, 2019 San Francisco, CaliforniaJoin us at our next Speaker Series event with Protocol Labs. Learn about the history of smart contracts and whether blockchains can provide the rule of law.
Distributed Programming for a Decentralized World
July 15, 2019 San FranciscoThis talk is part of the Speaker Series presented by Agoric and Protocol Labs to bring in-depth understanding on secure distributed programming practices. We will be organizing these educational events monthly, so follow us for updates on future events. Our goal is to increase secure cooperation online: to allow the trade of digital assets, make agreements, form smart contracts and interact safely.
Qcon New York 2019
June 23, 2019, Split, CroatiaDean Tribble will speak on "Agoric, Smart Contracts, and Confidentiality"
June 15-16, 2019, BerlinWe demoed our integration with Cosmos, running “Swingset” on a Cosmos chain. In order to show our full stack, we built a simple pixel marketplace that uses our Electronic Rights Protocol and provides the ability to color, buy, and sell pixels as well as create further abstractions.
June 13-14 2019, BerlinDean Tribble and Brian Warner gave a talk on the Agoric “Swingset” Platform.
BiTA Symposium Spring 2019
May 9, 2019, Atlanta, GACEO Dean Tribble presented on Smart Contracts at the Blockchain in Transport Alliance Spring Symposium.
The Association of Private Enterprise Education: 44th Annual Meetings
April 8, 2019, Nassau, BahamasBill Tulloh presented on Crypto-Commerce - From Currencies to Contracts on The Prospects for Sound Money and Private Governance panel
Alchemist Blockchain Techstars Accelerator
February 5, 2019, New York CityWe're pleased to share that our very own Michael Jablon will be a mentor at the Alchemist Blockchain Techstars Accelerator program in New York City starting this week. The Accelerator program will grow and support ten hand-picked companies whose founders are passionate about building a more open internet and financial system.
Stanford Blockchain Conference 2019 (formerly BPASE)
January 30 - February 1, 2019, Stanford UniversityDean Tribble presented a solution to the train-hotel problem at the Stanford Blockchain Conference. The train-hotel problem comes from Andrew Miller and demonstrates a difficulty with cross-shard communication. In the problem, we want to get a train ticket AND a hotel reservation - if we don’t get both, we want neither. The talk is up on Youtube and slides can be found here (slides in pdf).</p>
OCAP 2018 : Object-Capability Languages, Systems, and Applications
Blockchain Governance, Law and Policy Panel
October 11 6pm, San FranciscoKate Sills discussed governance on a panel with Vlad Zamfir, Professor Oliver Goodenough, and Tony Lai.
SFBW - Agoric at SF Cryptocurrency Devs
October 10 7pm, San FranciscoMark Miller spoke about the Agoric approach to smart contracts. SF Cryptocurrency Devs is an engineers-only developer meetup for blockchain engineers seeking to learn about the innovation surrounding new and emerging applications of cryptography to digital currencies. Watch the official video.
SFBW Epicenter - Authority in Smart Contracts
October 8th 2:20PM - 2:45PM, Stage - Titans of TechDean Tribble (CEO) spoke about the problems with identity-based access control and how to handle authority in smart contracts.
Rebooting the Web of Trust
September 26-28, TorontoKate Sills, our Community Lead, attended the premier event for decentralized identity.
September 7-9, BerlinAgoric sponsored ETHBerlin, an Ethereum hackathon. Dean Tribble and Kate Sills had a blast meeting more of the Ethereum community and learning about upcoming projects.
SecurEth Smart Contract Security Unconference
September 6, BerlinDean Tribble attended this meeting on smart contract security.
Centre for Independent Studies Consilium
August 9-11, AustraliaKate Sills spoke about smart contracts at this annual gathering of Australian politicians and heads of industry.
June 26-28, MontrealDean Tribble and Mark Miller led a workshop on smart contracts.