Here is Fetch.AI’s community newsletter covering the period from the 22–26 April. Stay up to date by following us on Twitter.
1 May, Cambridge. PyData 7th Cambridge Meetup. Fetch.AI Lead Research Scientist Marcin Abram will give a talk on how to combine blockchain and AI.
6–7 May, Paris. Tokenomics 2019 Conference. Marcin Abram and Daniel Honerkamp will be presenting a paper co-authored by members of the Fetch.AI research team, titled “Democratising blockchain: A minimal agency consensus model”.
13–15 May, New York. Consensus 2019. CTO Toby Simpson will be part of a panel discussing Exchange Growth Tactics.
Trusted IoT Alliance’s Smart E-Mobility Pace Tour:
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Binance Incubation AMA CTO Toby Simpson was in Berlin this week taking part in an AMA with Binance Labs’ incubation program as a mentor.
Toby at Binance’s Berlin Incubation AMA
TIoTA Pace Tour — Zurich IBM’s Zurich HQ was the next stop on the Trusted IoT Alliance’s Smart E-Mobility Challenge this week. Partners Bosch, Riddle&Code and Streamr explored how a decentralised blockchain-powered real-time data marketplace can optimise the road network and increase safety. See the latest updates on TIoTA’s Challenge Wall.
TIoTA’s Challenge Wall
Bitmax competition BitMax launched a competition to win thousands of FET tokens. Users who correctly predict price movement for five tokens including FET will receive equal share of reward worth 40,000 USDT. See full details here.
Rebuild Conference, Toronto On Tuesday lead research scientist Marcin Abram gave a presentation about token engineering at the Rebuild Conference on technology in Toronto. Marcin discussed the blockchain trilemma and how we can find a correct balance of security, decentralisation and scalability.
Marcin Abram presenting at the Rebuild Conference in Toronto
St. John's Innovation Centre,