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  • Data Dialogue: Data Analytics and Blockchain in the Decentralized Future

    We are moving into a future where control and ownership of data is being reimagined. This gives rise to new technology and services that are in their very nature decentralized. By extension, the decentralization of data (whether it is from IoT devices, self-driving vehicles, or user computer interactions) will become a reality. However, data by itself is useless. It is the intelligence that is derived from data that is valuable.

    Topics: Blockchain, Data Science / Data Analytics

  • Future of Energy: Building the Grid on the Blockchain

    Blockchain—the technology that underpins bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies—has the potential to remake important aspects of the energy industry. The emergence of blockchain introduces a new measure of uncertainty at a time when the industry is changing rapidly due to renewable and distributed energy, energy efficiency, energy storage, and digitization. Given their potential to streamline transactions and cut costs, blockchain could help to remove pain points and friction throughout the power value chain. 

    Topics: Blockchain

  • NexGen 2018 Singapore

    NexGen is a participative open innovation event that brings together leading companies, start-ups and aspiring students internationally to imagine the future together. Started in 2014 in Japan, this is the 2nd year that NexGen will be held in Singapore. Under the theme of "Smart Community", this year Tokyo Electric and Power Company's (TEPCO) new technology arm TEPCO Ventures, and BC Technology Laboratory (BCTL) from Japan will present their challenge around energy infrastructure and blockchain for social good. Unique start-ups such as EntameCoin of Avex, Politics-Tech blockchain platform PoliPoli as well as motivated students from Japan, US and Singapore, together with the audience (i.e. YOU!) will then partiicipate in an interactive session and jointly innovate together.

    Topics: Blockchain, Startups, Investments

  • Blockchain Programming for Programmers – Session 8

    This is a hands-on event - please come with laptops. We will be programming. At the end of the session, you should have working code. 

    Topics: Blockchain

  • Write Your Name to the Blockchain: The Simple Guide to Writing your First Smart Contract

    This workshop is a hands-on walkthrough demo, where you will write your name to the blockchain (either the real one, or the testnet). We will be introducing you to the core concepts of blockchains, and the real practical knowledge required to successfully develop and deploy a contract to two blockchains.

    Topics: Blockchain

  • Blockchain Evening: Big Data with Blockchain

    Quadrant Protocol would like to introduce their blockchain based protocol to the local big data/data science community, to help enhance the understanding of data-related issues that the community faces, and showcase how their protocol can help make the community do their jobs more easily.

    Topics: Blockchain

  • Blockchain in Art: Authentication & Provenance

    Provenance Tracking is a blockchain powered tagging solution developed by LuxTag for Poesy Liang. It utilizes the NEM Blockchain Technology, offering smart contracts and multi-signature features. The project has the purpose of recording the provenance history of every piece of art. 

    Topics: Blockchain

  • Bluzelle Phase 2: Building the New Data Economy

    Data is now a new currency. Apps and devices exchange massive amounts of data; companies like Facebook abuse and sell your data; centralised structures are leading to more and more data breaches.

    Topics: Blockchain

  • Blockchain Programming for Programmers – Session 7

    CANCELLED - 2 July 2018 session has been cancelled. This programme will resume on 23 July 2018.

    Topics: Blockchain

  • Blockchain 3.0 - Future Decentralized

    The first version of blockchain of bitcoin blockchain focuses on peer-to-peer money transfer. As blockchain technology evolved from this version 1.0, Ethereum has emerged as version 2.0 allowing decentralised apps to be built on top of it. Version 3.0 promises to be highly scalable with millions of transactions running on it with the aim of allowing real world complex applications to run atop. Join us as we explore how MorpheusLabs together with Quarkchain bring this idea to live.

    Topics: Blockchain

  • Blockchain Evening: Accelerating Global Enterprise Blockchain Adoption

    The year 2017 was the year of experimentation as enterprises realized both the benefits and challenges of blockchain. 2018 will be a crucial stage for enterprises as they make a huge leap from proof-of-concept projects to full blockchain deployments. 

    Topics: Blockchain, Startups

  • Blockchain Programming for Programmers - Session 6

    This is a hands-on event - please come with laptops. We will be programming. At the end of the session, you should have working code. At the session on 11 June, we will be going through more functions of ERC20, and building your own functions based on ERC20.

    Topics: Blockchain

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