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      BLK 102 : Blockchain Smart Contracts in Santa Clara

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      January 15, 2019

      Tuesday   7:00 PM

      3350 Thomas Road , #150
      Santa Clara, California

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      BLK 102 : Blockchain Smart Contracts

      | Interactive Workshop Smart contracts have the potential to replace all contractual agreements in the future by removing the need to trust anything but the code.  The release of Ethereum brought with it a revolutionary concept: decentralized code. By programming pre-set rules and functions, people can safely carry out transactions through a smart contract without having to trust any other parties to hold up their end of the deal. The entire system is secured by the miners on the Ethereum Network, who are incentivized to verify every transaction that runs through a contract. In this hands-on workshop you will break down the fundamentals of Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Network. Learn what it takes to create a Smart contract, view some code in Ethereum's native language Solidity, and watch a Smart Contract in action. Cover the many use-cases for Smart Contracts and the impact they will have on our society.  | Audience: This workshop is designed for people who are new to cryptocurrencies, curious entrepreneurs looking to get into ICO's and Blockchain technology, and anyone who wants to gain a stronger understanding of the Blockchain space. | Key Takeaways:  - Understand how a Smart Contract works - How do you create a Smart Contract on the Etheruem  Blockchain? - IDE's and tools like Remix, Truffle, and Metamask - Demonstration: watch a Smart Contract in action - Etherscan: view anyone's code on the Ethereum Blockchain - Discussion: Smart Contract use-cases | About The Instructor: Elliot Friedman has been involved in cryptocurrencies since 2014 when he first became aware of this new asset class. Elliot is very excited about the potential for blockchain technology and the industries it can disrupt. He has a background in the C Programming Language that makes learning new blockchain frameworks easy. He is specifically interested in smart contracts, and privacy oriented cryptocurrencies as he believes corporations should not get to mine and collect consumer’s financial data. He has built blockchains in C, Python, and Javascript. He is currently reviewing source code from a new DAG that allows users to create smart contracts on top of a totally private chain.   | What Should I Bring? Please bring your laptop or tablet to the workshop for maximum productivity.   Please arrive early! Event begins promptly at the start time. Learn more about our community at! Join the conversation on our telegram at! You can always reach us directly at (408) 657-0861 or email us at!

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