This Tuesday in NYC: Usability & Privacy in Decentralized Applications


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If you are in NYC please join us for an evening of food, drinks & presentations from Enigma, Airswap & FOAM to discuss their projects and how they think about usability and privacy in decentralized applications.

Can Kisagun | Co-Founder @ Enigma

Enigma is a decentralized secure computation protocol, where “secret nodes” in the network perform computations over encrypted data. Enigma brings privacy to any kind of computation - not just transactions.

Maxime Bucaille | Analyst @ Airswap

AirSwap is a decentralized, peer-to-peer token trading network built on the Ethereum blockchain. Buying and selling tokens on AirSwap is secure, simple, and without fees. Our mission is to empower people through global, frictionless trade.

Ryan John King | CEO & CO-Founder @ FOAM

The Consensus Driven Map of the World – At FOAM, we are committed to building spatial protocols, standards and applications that bring geospatial data to blockchains and can empower a consensus-driven map of the world.

Schedule

5:30 - 6:30 | Food & Drinks

6:30 - 7:30 | Presentations

7:30 - 8:30 | Networking