Token Engineering San Francisco
Understanding Inflation in Crypto Networks
Introducing inflation to token design: concept, methodology and challenges.
Join the Token Engineering meetup in San Francisco on November 15th to discuss inflation in tokenized economies with experts ranging from Engineering to Economics. Featuring talks on why inflation is important in both traditional and token based economies, how inflation can be implemented effectively in token design, and what challenges need to be solved in practice.
Ocean Protocol | Fang Gong
Unlocking Data for AI
Ocean Protocol is a decentralized data exchange protocol that unlocks data for AI. We uses advanced blockchain technology that allows data to be shared in a safe, secure and transparent manner.
BlockScience | Michael Zargham
Economic Systems Engineering
BlockScience is a technology research and analytics firm specializing in the design and evaluation of decentralized economic systems. Our focus is to build a bridge that makes the interdisciplinary study of socio-technical networks accessible.
Soloblock Solutions | Matt Lockyer
Building Blockchain Solutions to Real World Problems
Soloblock Solutions is a full service token engineering, smart contract and decentralized application consultancy; Soloblock prides itself on being active in the blockchain community. The future of commerce is code.
Centrifuge | Cassidy Daly
Operating System for the Financial Supply Chain
Centrifuge is an open, decentralized operating system to connect the global financial supply chain. It allows any business, no matter how big, to transact on a global network while maintaining ownership of their data.
1protocol | Zack Lawrence
Earn interest on your Ether
1protocol is a platform that enables users with idle tokens and machines with idle computing power to collaboratively perform work for staking protocols on Ethereum such as Casper.
5:00PM - 6:00PM : Welcome, Food & Drinks
6:00PM - 7:30PM : Talks
7:30PM - 8:00PM : Interactive Discussion
8:00PM - 9:00PM : Networking
We will cover a wide range of questions including:
What does inflation mean in traditional central banking and crypto economics, respectively? What is the difference between these two domains?
Why is inflation important? What is the motivation to introduce inflation into token designs and banking systems?
What is the criteria to decide whether a token design should include inflation?
How can inflation be implemented in the token design of a blockchain project? Could we apply the traditional approach of inflation in central banking to token design?
What kind of benefits and vulnerabilities can inflation bring to the token design? Are there any potential attacks that could be introduced and how can they be addressed?
Which existing projects can be analyzed as examples?
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