16 May 2019

New York

Added 01-Jan-1970

Let's get together and discuss the weeks big announcements, crypto-gossip and what to look forward to during this #cryptospring. All you need to do is show up and have a good time! Snacks and adult beverages will be available.

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6:30pm - Doors Open
7pm - Welcome Address

7:15pm - "Blockchain Applications in 15 minutes!" w/Viant
7:30pm - "What is Ethereum 2.0?" w/ Pegasys

7:45pm - 8:45pm
9pm - Doors close


Tyler Mulvihill, Co-Founder Viant, a ConsenSys Company
Tyler is the co-founder of Viant.io, a blockchain-based platform for modeling business processes, tracking assets and building the supply chains of the future. Tyler initiated, and is the Chair of, the Supply Chain Working Group within the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA). At ConsenSys, he advises Fortune 500 companies on their supply chain strategy and use case development. Prior to joining ConsenSys Tyler help stand up the development of a fintech market offering focused on delivering exponential growth and operational improvement solutions to his clients. He is a registered CPA in the state of New York.

What if I told you that the process of deploying a blockchain solution should be relatively fast like in minutes to hours, and easy and not demand a massive investment? Based on deployment-ready solutions available now, significant benefits, the least of which are transparency and traceability can be realised early on and can be easily repeated and scaled along your supply chain. If the solution you're considering cannot perform these simple functions, it's time to reevaluate.

Akhila Raju, Protocol Engineer, Pegasys
Akhila Raju studied Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley. She discovered her passion for blockchain in her Computer Security course in Fall 2015, and now works on Artemis, PegaSys's Ethereum 2.0 client. Prior to working at PegaSys, she worked at Google NYC on Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Stories and Waze iOS, and she interned at Apple on their Hardware Interface Devices team and SAP's Office of the CTO research team.

Cem Özer, Protocol Engineer, Pegasys
Cem (pronounced Gem) studied Computer Science at Northwestern University. His first interaction with Ethereum was as a smart contract developer at the AdChain team, where he worked on voting systems on Ethereum. Having noticed that scalability is key to bring this novel technology to the masses, Cem started researching on his own about sharding and other scalability solutions. He was very excited to see Ethereum 2.0 research develop, and joined PegaSys’s Ethereum 2.0 implementation team as soon as he noticed they were hiring. He now works on Artemis, PegaSys’ Eth 2.0 client, focusing on state transitions.