About this Event
Blockchain technology has gotten a bad reputation because of Bitcoin's energy intensive mining - but there are alternative solutions available today that allow businesses and developers to leverage the blockchain for good without harming the environment.
Join Jelurida co-founder and senior developer, Lior Yaffe, during New York City Climate Week 2019 to learn about the innovative Ardor platform - a public, multi-blockchain network coded in Java with customizable permissions and the ability to interface with legacy / off-chain systems while using 99.9% less energy than Bitcoin and Ethereum.
The Ardor platform was recently featured in the reports of the UN specialized agency on information and communication technologies - the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Focus Group on Applications of Distributed Ledger Technology (FG DLT). Skylar Hurwitz, editor on these reports, will be present to discuss potential applications of DLT and blockchain technologies for accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
When you arrive at the venue, please sign in with security and then proceed to the 5th floor Joynture coworking space.
LocationNew York, US
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48 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
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