May 15, 2019, 6:00 - 10:00 PM
Primalbase
Examining Crypto-economics
How could crypto-economics shape our future?
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Programme
Blockchain Meetup
Moderator
Dr Jiasun Li
Assistant professor of finance at George Mason University
Event
Details
Cryptoeconomic incentives are now used in a range of important functions — transactions, computation, storage, prediction, power. They offer us fundamentally new ways of incentivising human behavior, in areas that we would never previously have thought possible.
However, we’ve barely scratched the surface of their potential and the concept of cryptoeconomics is still largely foreign to the majority of people.
This event will see leading experts talk you through the theory behind cryptoeconomic models and their design. Join more than 50 other blockchain leaders on the 15th of May to build your understanding of this vital area and enjoy lively discussion, beer and pizza with other professionals and crypto enthusiasts.
You’ll hear from startups leading the way in the field, who will showcase a framework and case studies for cryptoeconomic design. These will include Nervos — the Nervos Common Knowledge Base (CKB) is a public permissionless
Programme
18:00
18:30
Doors open, beers, soft drinks and light refreshments available
18:30
19:00
Prysm Group: An intro and theoretical presentation on how to design a cryptoeconomic mechanism for blockchain projects
19:00
19:30
Nervos: Cryptoeconomic Design for a Preservation Focused Layer 1 Blockchain
19:30
20:00
Livepeer: Incentives in Creating Decentralized Video Infrastructure
20:00
20:30
Q&A
20:30
22:00
Networking, drinks and pizza
Registration
Free
Registration is open
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