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09:00 Welcome to EthCC - Introductory remarks [15:25]Room: Jean-Baptiste Say
09:10 A call for an end to tribalism in Ethereum by Bob Summerwill [34:32]
11:00 ZoKrates - A Toolbox for zkSNARKS on Ethereum by Jacob Eberhardt [27:23]
11:40 Cryptographic Approaches to Smart Contract Privacy and Scalability by Metthew Di Ferrante [50:52]
13:40 Sublinear improvements in ringCT and blockchain-agnostic implementation by Silur [14:55]
14:10 Casper + Sharding = <3 by Vlad Zamfir [1:52:22]
16:50 Gnosis Safe - 2 Factor Authentication for Ethereum and lessons learned from Gnosis Multisig by Stefan George [39:44]
09:15 The current state of token models by Evan Van Ness [24:50]Room: Robert Faure
09:40 Personal data, privacy and ethics by Gregor Zavcer [30:40]
10:10 Base layer infrastructure for Web3 with Swarm by Viktor Tron [33:41]
11:10 Who owns you? The case for Linnia & Web 3.0 by Sajida Zouarhi [22:55]
11:30 Blockchain based SLA by Gerald Crescione & Victor Valladier [29:25]
12:00 Ocean Protocol: Towards a Practice of Token Engineering by Trent McConaghy [53:29]
13:30 Why eWASM? by Alex Beregszaszi [20:25]
13:50 From eWASM to Primea by Martin Becze [29:56]
14:20 Hacking eWASM - Cool demos! by Jared Wasinger & Lane Rettig [10:10]
14:55 Releasing the Hera with EVM-C by Paweł Bylica [10:39]
15:05 Hera: The eWASM VM by Jake Lang [12:56]
15:20 KWASM: Overview and path to KeWASM by Everett Hildebrandt [30:50]
16:50 Panel: entire eWASM team discussion and Q&A [53:10]
09:15 What I don't like about Ethereum by Rick Dudley [30:47]Room: Amphi Abbé Grégoire
09:45 Fuzzing by Casey Detrio [32:23]
11:00 Smart Contracts for Bribing Miners by Patrick McCorry [46:40]
11:30 Griefing Opportunities in Kleros by Clement Lesaege
13:40 An update from ENS by Nick Johnson [24:32]
14:00 BlockID identity on Ethereum by Christophe Charles, Loup Theron & Maxime Fernandez [17:01]
14:20 uPort approach to Ethereum Identity by Andres Junge [27:40]
14:50 Current State about Digital Identity by Fabrice Croiseaux & Antoince Detante [27:38]
15:20 Panel - Names & Identity [24:36]
17:00 Which governance for my tokens? by Philippe Honigman [41:23]
09:25 Identifying & Managing Legal Risks in Blockchain Applications by Simon Polrot [22:44]
09:50 Rotkehlchen: Asset Management, Tax Reporting and Accounting Tool by Lefteris Karapetsas
11:00 Regulatory Framework for Blockchain Payments by Xavier Lavayssiere [27:26]
11:30 Balanc3 by Griffin Anderson [21:40]
14:40 Enterprise Ethereum Alliance by Jeremy Millar [30:02]
15:05 Ujo Music's Vision for a Music Ecosystem of Tomorrow by Jack Spalone [28:12]
15:35 Jaak by Vaughn McKenzie [27:21]
17:00 State of the Dapps - The Ecosystem of DApps by Fauve Altman [17:37]
09:00 The Culture of Crypto Investing by Raine Revere [1:05:03]Room: Jean-Baptiste Say
11:00 How to do better ICOs by Fabian Vogelsteller [30:45]
11:30 ERC 777 (token) by Jordi Baylina & Jacques Dafflon [22:17]
12:00 Running Rust contracts on Kovan with WASM by Fredrik Harrysson [25:21]
13:40 Light Clients for Heavy Chains by Robert Habermeier [28:49]
14:10 The DAO Stack by Matan Field and Adam Levi [26:52]
14:35 Colony by Aron Fischer [20:24]
15:05 Decentralized governance by Jorge Izquierdo [1:16:06]
15:35 Cross blockchain atomic swaps between Etherum and Bitcoin by Konstantin Gladych [13:32]
16:30 Ethereum Alarm Clock: Scheduling Transactions for the Future by Logan Saether [29:50]
17:00 FunFair - scaling tech for mass market gaming by Jez San [31:57]
09:00 Deodands, or how to give environmental resources the tools to save themselves by Stephan Tual [28:06]Room: Robert Faure
09:20 Alice: transparent nonprofits on Ethereum by Raph Mazet [31:37]
09:50 Ethereum-based Energy Commons by Nicolas Loubet [23:42]
10:50 The Giveth Galaxy - Griff Green [27:10]
11:25 Blockchain for social applications - Vanessa Grellet [22:08]
11:55 Blockchain for good by Sandra Ro [23:42]
14:05 Circles – Universal basic income on the blockchain by Martin Lundfall [25:44]
14:35 OSN decentralized Research and open collaboration by Emi Velazquez [19:08]
15:05 Blockchain for education innovation by Jared Pereira [26:00]
15:35 Smartcontracts for public admin by Jean Millerat [34:13]
16:50 An Introduction To Kauri - Community managed knowledge and best practices for devs! by Joshua Cassidy [34:00]
09:00 Managing a legacy Dapp by Makoto Inoue [27:02]Room: Amphi Abbé Grégoire
09:30 Remix & Dapp development by Rob Stupay & Yann Levreau [28:54]
10:00 Bridging the ÐApp – Scaling now with Parity Bridge by Björn Wagner [39:40]
11:00 State of Python Ethereum tooling by Jason Carver [24:42]
11:30 Breaking Token Curated Registries, A Love Story by Nick Dodson [17:47]
14:10 Web3j: Web 3 Java Dapp API by Conor Svensson [31:37]
15:00 Linking Dapps together with Metadata by James Pitts [25:28]
15:30 Privacy on Swarm by Daniel Nagy [33:54]
16:50 Quorum & What Business Actually Wants in a Blockchain by Amber Baldet [37:47]
09:00 Birdy: IoT for birdsnests by Pavel Kral & Josef Jelacic [14:50]
09:20 Flying Carpet by Julien Bouteloup [24:50]
09:50 Plantoid: IoT and Law by Primavera di Filippi [31:23]
10:50 Slock.it by Steffen Kux [33:30]
11:30 Prediciton markets by Lama Mansour [24:22]
13:40 A quick intro to Plasma cash by Vitalik Buterin [22:13]
13:55 Developing with Infura + Q&A by E.G. Galano & Nicola Cocchiaro [38:07]
14:50 Analyzing the Ethereum Blockchain with etherchain.org by Peter Pratscher [34:01]
15:25 ConsenSys Q&A: Investing and helping the Ethereum ecosystem grow by with Kavita and Jerome [23:53]
15:55 Blockchain Research Topics in economics and finance by Alexis Collomb [21:53]
16:35 Lightning Talks presented by Pascal Van Hecke [1:09:04] (details)
09:00 Ethereum Scaling: Plasma & Sharding by Karl Floersch [42:00]Room: Jean-Baptiste Say
09:45 Scaling with Cosmos, Tendermint and Plasma by Adrian Brink [30:29]
10:45 Plasma - A Blockchain Scaling Story by David Knot [26:42]
11:25 A decentralized autonomous space agency, with Aragon at its core by Yalda Mousavinia [19:02]
12:00 DAOs, decentralized Governance by Matan Field [21:39]
13:40 Scalable Spanking by Ameen [30:13]
14:30 Raiden and state channels by Lefteris Karapetsas (not Jacob S. Czepluch) [15:05]
15:00 Scalability and inter-blockchain connection via Oraclize by Thomas Bertani [26:54]
15:35 iExec project update by Julien Beranger + Wassim Bendella [20:05]
16:10 Scaling EthCC by Jerome de Tychey [20:06]
09:05 ERC 808 (bookings) by Hervé Hababou & Vidal Chriqui [25:30]Room: Robert Faure
09:40 MyCrypto by Taylor Monahan [35:56]
10:50 Mutable resources by Louis Holbrook [24:22]
11:25 Video Livestreaming on decentralized internet by Eric Tang [30:07]
14:00 Building a Global Marketplace on Token Trade by Don Mosites [13:06]
14:20 Securing decentralized exchanges with hardware wallets by Nicolas Bacca [18:13]
14:45 Decentralized Key Management by MacLane Wilkinson [12:31]
15:15 Gnosis Dutch Exchange and the mechanism design of this decentralized exchange by Christiane Ernst [30:04]
09:00 Decentralized insurance: Lessons learned and the roadmap to an open platform by Christoph Mussenbroc [41:47]Room: Amphi Abbé Grégoire
09:50 Insurance for smart contracts by Hugh Karp [25:30]
10:40 Experimental - Gaming on Ethereum by Matías Nisenson & Luciano Bertenasco [16:35]
11:10 Gaming on Ethereum by Manon Burgel [22:01]
12:00 Doge Relay: The Collateralized Peg by Sina Habibian [23:52]
14:00 MakerDAO and DAI stable coin by Rune Christensen [30:39]
14:30 Variabl by Hadrien Charlanes [21:12]
15:05 Melonport by Jenna Zenk [24:04]
09:40 ETH Prize by Ashley Tyson, Josh Stark & Robbie Bent [25:06]
10:50 Governance = <3 by Vlad Zamfir [1:15:50]
14:00 Kleros - A Justice System for the Decentralized Internet by Federico Ast [56:49]
15:00 Panel - Managing legal risk in the blockchain space [1:09:18]
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Perhaps more important than creating art is being able to verify that the art purchased is real.The geneva-based association of fine arts experts (FAEI) said in 2014 that more than 50 percent of the artworks it examined were forgeries or errors attributed to incorrect artists.With works on the art market selling for tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars, it’s important that you buy what you think you’re buying.Similar to the use of blockchain in agriculture and supply chains, the power of public immutability can be harnessed to maintain the integrity of art.
Artists use a number of different methods to incorporate blockchain into their work. Blockchain is a new application technology of distributed data storage, point-to-point transmission, consensus mechanism, encryption algorithm and other computer technologies.Blockchain is essentially a distributed database. Through the peer-to-peer network user’s each kind of information storage, moreover the transaction record is through the password security protection, time passes, the transaction record will be sealed in the database.This creates a fixed data, which forms a fixed database. Some artists are creating works in which blockchain is the theme, while others are actually creating their works. And, others are using art to store cryptocurrencies.
The Scarab Experiment combines artificial intelligence (AI) with tokenized memberships to create one piece of art from the combined 1000 submissions of community members. Once you submit your art, you receive a tradeable Scarab token that gives you voting rights for what artwork the project includes.
Plantoid is a self-replicating “life form” that is also driven by AI and blockchain, notably bitcoin and ethereum. It is a robotic plant that has a DNA structure on the ethereum network and interacts with the people who donated it.
Once enough bitcoins are donated, Plantoid enters the “ replication phase,” in which it asks artists and designers to create another Plantoid. The person who wins the bid must create another Plantoid according to the same DNA rules as the previous Plantoid. In return, creators receive bitcoin donations from the original factory through smart contracts.
March, the first publicly commissioned bitcoin monument was established in krani, Slovenia. Citizens of the city submitted the idea of a monument via Facebook, officials chose bitcoin, and the blockchain has influenced the art of bitcoin graffiti in the real world. On a building in his hometown, Parisian street artist Louis Leeux turned to his poster street art technique to predict the death of traditional currencies in favor of bitcoin.
Many of the renditions of bitcoin’s anonymous founder, Satoshi Nakamoto, are even making their way into the real world with paintings depicting the Last [bitcoin] dinner.Even art galleries are using blockchains. Maecenas democratizes the platform if you want to participate in art investments but don’t have the money to buy products worth thousands of dollars. In addition, to fund new works, galleries are able to list their work among Maecenas users at a fraction of the cost of an auctioneer or loan.Sellers of cryptocurrencies are also using art to make their products more attractive. Cryptoart sells bitcoins, litecoin and other major currencies stored in artworks. This allows collectors and investors to enjoy physical art that will follow the crypto market.
With the further development of artificial intelligence technology, in 2018, block chain technology into 3.0 era, the network computer operating system of artificial intelligence, its goals are also important shift happens gradually, decentralization, by “smart contract” into “distributed” society, committed to achieving the organization trust and social networks, distributed node contains the corresponding economic and social system, therefore, block chain technology begin to enter the life of people, by the original financial industry into all walks of life, everything. This includes the art market which is an important part.
Whether you’re a collector, creator, or casual observer, the blockchain revolution in art could affect the art market in some way.
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The blockchain revolution is about decentralizing money and power from centralized institutions. The technology can improve efficiency and transparency, but it also raises questions about the future of existing dealers and auction houses.
Bitcoin was the first widespread use of distributed technology, and its price climbed to an all-time high of nearly $20,000. It’s one of the fastest growing assets in history. Since then, the bitcoin prices have fluctuated wildly, and the bitcoin application scene has been even wider than the tulip mania in the Netherlands in the 17th century. A growing number of start-ups are embracing blockchain in every industry, from finance to energy, health care to food, and even the arts.
Blockchain has become a part of the artist’s practice, both the subject itself and the medium. New artistic movements of art emerge in an endless stream. From Bitcoin graffiti art to French artist Youl’s “ The Last Bitcoin Supper.”
Simon Denny and others have seen blockchain and cryptocurrencies as themes for years, in 2014 their works were sold for $3,000 on eBay . Other examples include Plantoids, a work about blockchain, who interact with fans via bitcoin and donations from ethereum. CryptoKitties, a virtual game that allows players to buy, collect, breed and sell various types of virtual cats, can be traded and interactively via digital currency.
At this year’s codex auction, some exclusive editions sold for as much as $140,000, attracting a new breed of collectors who may not be so keen on more traditional forms of art.To understand this, we need to lower the bar for blockchain to meet the core principles that underpin technology: transparency and accountability. These two areas are the notoriously opaque art industry lacks. A handful of art registries based on blockchain technology document the provenation and trading history of works of art. Including Artory, which was founded in 2016 by TEFAF President Nanne Dekking, and the agency’s partners, all of whom are subject to intense scrutiny.
Meanwhile, Codex, founded by Mark Lurie in 2017, stores provenances for artworks and collectibles. About 5,000 auction houses now use the company’s registry.
And so on and so forth. With the development of science and technology, it brings unprecedented new experience and convenience to people’s life, but it also provides strong support for the “technology” of counterfeiting. Nowadays, many fake artworks have reached the point of distinguishing the genuine from the fake. As the most cutting-edge technology in the Internet, blockchain has brought a new dawn to the art circle and the collection circle.
Blockchain art isn’t just about buying a work of art online or simply paying for it in cryptocurrency. With the advent of this technology, the art market is about to change dramatically. This is because blockchain technology improves some disadvantages of the art market, such as the source, transparency, copyright, ownership, valuation and authenticity of artworks.
Global investment in art-related blockchain projects is growing. Important legal barriers to data privacy, cybersecurity and competition law remain. Jonathan Kewley, a london-based technology lawyer, predicts that global regulatory oversight will be one of the main issues facing blockchain companies and users.
The birth of blockchain is not only an important milestone in the Internet field, but also a major breakthrough in the financial field. It has triggered a series of products: digital currencies, smart contracts, distributed mechanisms that have spurred change in the global arena.
New technologies are constantly changing our lives, our economies, and even our world. With the new Internet technology gradually developing from the bottom level and becoming an essential “daily necessities” for people, blockchain has also become a focus of worldwide attention.
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After receiving enough Bitcoin donations, a Plantoid enters into the Mating phase. At this time, it puts out a bid for creators to make the next installation in the Plantoid line. Artists, welders, programmers – anyone can submit a proposal. The only criteria are that the proposal is in line with the plant’s DNA (the smart contract rules regarding its succession). These smart contract ... Once interested, those people have the opportunity to donate to the survival of the Plantoid via Bitcoin. If you give a donation, the installation lights up, dances, and plays music in appreciation. The hope is that this act of gratitude will entice you to donate more or at least spread the word about the unique robot art. Plantoid Spirits . A Plantoid’s spirit is an Ethereum smart contract ... Each Plantoid is linked to a crypto wallet that accepts donations from the public. People are encouraged to send cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin and Ethereum only, for now) to any Plantoid that appeals to them because of their beauty or character. The Plantoid project is quite striking, both from a purely artistic perspective and its utilization of blockchain technology to create something new, and ... Every Plantoid has its own Bitcoin wallet, to which people can send money. Those who enjoy the aesthetic representation or the intellectual properties (governance rights and reproductive logic) of any given Plantoid will submit funds to the Plantoid. Whenever it receives those funds, the Plantoid will evolve and blossom into a more beautiful flower, e.g. changing its colors, playing music, and ... If you like a Plantoid, you can show it appreciation by sending bitcoin to its wallet. Once a Plantoid has earned sufficient funds, it chooses an artist and commissions the artist to produce a new version of itself. Of course, Plantoids are different from forms of life — e.g., plants, birds, dogs and people — we are familiar with. Yet, it can be argued that Plantoids meet a more general ...
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