We would like to see you there!
10 Aug 2019
Team Nimiq will have a prominent appearance in the 1st International Summer School on Security & Privacy for Blockchains and Distributed Ledger Technologies. This will be jointly organized by members of the Technical University of Vienna (TU Wien), Princeton University and SBA Research Center for Information Security.
The event came to our attention thanks to some friends who are organizers from TU Vienna. Given the technical focus of the event and the contributive spirit of Nimiq, we decided to support the project as a Platinum Sponsor.
Schedule of the event. Nimiq’s presentation will take place Wednesday 4
As part of this unique occasion, Nimiq is giving away two event access tickets to our loyal Community (EUR 1300 value each!). The conference will take place in Vienna, coming September 2–5, 2019. If you are a Nimiq supporter near the area, you can participate to win a ticket for the conference by sending a message with your full name to firstname.lastname@example.org. Team Nimiq is in the process of building something amazing with Nimiq 2.0 and we would love to share it with a couple of Nimiq die-hard fans and #BDLT19 school seems to be the perfect setting.
Discussions in the #BDLT19 school will revolve around novel attacks on distributed systems, consensus protocols and fault tolerance, incentive structures such as Proof of Work, Proof of Stake, blockchain scalability, payment channels, and state channels. These topics match exactly the current points of interest of the Nimiq Blockchain Team, so we expect to also learn a lot from other high-impact research projects. See you there!
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