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Products and Web3 - New attributes for web2 products

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In this first event we get straight into the nitty-gritty of the demand for blockchains and explore what drives this demand.

  • What do blockchains provide and at what cost?
    • Security and risk implications of centralised networks?
  • Scaling solutions that maintain security
  • Example decentralised applications (dApps)
    • Analysis of attributes that add value
  • ... bring your own questions


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About James

'80s - grew up, installed and played DOS games
'90s - learnt to code QBASIC from a GWBASIC book
'00s - studied engineering and computer science, wrote software for hardware (SMEs and startups)
'10s - wrote software for smart phones, then later smart contracts + Product roles (SMEs and startups)
'20s - focus on web3 attributes towards existing and new products

James currently leads a project under the Privacy and Scaling Explorations umbrella of the Ethereum Foundation.

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