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[PRODUCT] #32 - Usability and Privacy in emerging product capabilities

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About the speakers:

Gavin is a contributor to Obscuro, and has a background in Mechanical Engineering. As an engineering COO, Gavin played a pivotal role in delivering an enterprise-grade blockchain starting in 2016. Gavin is thrilled to be leveraging his experience to drive innovation in on-chain gaming and DeFi on Web3.

Andreas, Co-founder at Fileverse, PhD in human control of AI at Oxford.

Misha, Integrations and Partnerships Lead, and founding member at Mailchain, working with dapps and protocols to solve their communication needs.

Please RSVP to confirm your place. Attendees may arrive late, or leave early. The format is flexible.
And as always, you're welcome to byo questions :)

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[PRODUCT] #32 - Usability and Privacy in emerging product capabilities

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Format (flexible):

  • 6pm: introductions and setup
  • 6:15pm: The theme of the night is privacy, where we will have:
    • Gavin, contributor Obscuro: Mini-talk on privacy preserving tech on Ethereum. Obscuro is a layer 2 solution that hyper-scales and encrypts Ethereum
    • Andreas, co-founder FileVerse: incremental on-boarding with self sovereign data ownership. Fileverse is a trustless, onchain alternative to GSuite & Notion. Private, modular and self deployable
    • Misha, founding member Mailchain: will cover the privacy features in Mailchain, web3, self-sovereign, communication protocol, which gives users the ability to send and receive e2e encrypted messages between blockchain addresses, wallets or other web3 identities.
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    • Open exploration of surrounding capabilities for products
    • Usability of privacy-preserving products
  • 8:30pm: concluding conversations

Sensible food and drink provided 💪 (not your regular beer+pizza affair 🥴)

Note: The workshops may be streamed to remote attendees across the internet, and possibly recorded. Please don't share any confidential ideas as this is an open workshop.

Code of Conduct: Be awesome to everyone!

Some Background... these workshops pay homage to BokkyPooBah's Ethereum Workshop that ran in Sydney (Australia) since 2017, and is how I fell down the Ethereum rabbit hole.

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