ICORating to Attend DappCon Berlin Developer Conference

14.07.2018

ICORating will take part in DappCon Berlin on July 19 and 20, participating in the one of the largest developer conferences for Ethereum dapps & infrastructure.

Organized by developers for developers, DappCon focuses on decentralized applications (dapps), tooling, and foundational infrastructure on the Ethereum platform. Influential Ethereum developers will discuss the next generation of dapps, laying out the standards and vision for the future of Ethereum while providing a learning opportunity for developers who hope to participate in building Ethereum’s core infrastructure and applications.

The powerhouse list of speakers include Ethereum co-founder and ConsenSys founder Joseph Lubin, Solidity creator and Ethereum team lead Dr. Christian Reitwiessner, Gnosis CEO Martin Köppelmann, and founders of Brainbot, Status, Golem, Airswap, Melonport, Reality Keys, Tendermint, DAOstack, VariabL, Portal Network, Level K, Portis, and many others.

Conference participants will be able to attend presentations panel discussions on governance, TCRs, scalability, identity, decentralised exchanges and other topics. Attendees will also be able to take part in workshops on dapp development and tooling, smart contract security, Solidity, and node infrastructure, among others.

Tickets to DappCon are still available, we hope to see you there!

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