The CrytpoEconomics Security Conference is all set to take place on October 28th at Pauley Ballroom Bancroft Way Berkeley, in the United States. The conference is supposed to have 100-500 delegates who will gather to talk about the perspective, historical and current crypto endeavors and their aftermath.
The conference is also believed to bring up notions regarding the skepticism over the new crypto undertakings by industry giants. The conference will last from 9 am to 6 pm.
The Conference is also planned to dive into the aspects of economic security in blockchain protocols, which include game theory, mechanism design, incentive design, as well as market design and some more related issues linked with blockchain.
It will also endeavor to foster alliances of researchers with practitioners who are interested in and are contributing to this space.
The official website wrote about the conference on its webpage,
“Public, permissionless blockchains are dependent on their security and reliability on their economic incentives and mechanism design. Some private, permissioned ones may be as well. This conference will explore the economic security aspects of blockchain protocols, including game theory, incentive design, mechanism design, and market design along with other topics related to crypto-economics security, and foster collaborations among researchers and practitioners working on these topics.”
CESC is hosted by Dekrypt Capital, Blockchain at Berkeley, Prysm Group, and Noris.
The page also invites individuals to take part in the conference as speakers to help them in their endeavors.
Speaker Participants submitted full papers or work-in-progress, presentation slides, and even one-page summaries. The website also informed the individuals to provide sufficient information in the submission to elucidate exactly what the speaker is going to speak about. All Submissions were required to be of a technical nature and must comply with all the legal, as well as ethical standards.
Who is attending?
Some confirmed speakers as listed by the websites include:
- Joseph Abadi, the Ph.D. Candidate in Economics from Princeton University
- Sunny Aggarwal, Research Scientist, from Tendermint/Cosmos
- Aditya Asgaonkar, Researcher from Ethereum Foundation
- Joseph Bonneau, Assistant Professor, NYU
- Vitalik Buterin, Creator of Ethereum
Being one of the most prominent events on the cryptocurrency events calendar, it is going to invite attention from some of the major industry leaders as well as the regulators.
Crypto conferences are an excellent place to confront new, similar mindset individuals and exchange ideas and notions regarding the current technological landscape of blockchain. It will also help attendees learn fresh strategies and consolidate partnerships. There will be a multitude of industry players including companies, influencers, investors as well as scholars, and researchers who wish to explore the sector.
It will not only spread awareness but also help find prospective investors and other partnering companies.
It’s all about building a relationship for a fruitful business association on mutual terms, sharing issues and solving them through various different opinions.
You can check their official website for tickets and other information.