Eventos



9
Abr
2021
A Better Internet on Bitcoin – Un Internet Mejor con Bitcoin

Introduction of Stacks, a blockchain ecosystem that is building a better Internet on Bitcoin.
– Why do we need a better Internet? What needs to be fixed or improved in the present Internet?
– Why Bitcoin?
– What makes Stacks unique in the blockchain space?
– What makes the STX cryptocurrency special?
– How does Stacks Foundation works to fulfill its mission of building a user-owned Internet? Can we participate? How?

Jenny Mith, in conversation with Georgina García-Mauriño will answer to these questions.
Jenny Mith. Jenny brings a rich base of community development and program management experience to the Stacks Foundation. She previously ran community growth efforts at Hiro PBC (fka Blockstack PBC) before joining the Stacks Foundation where she runs the Grants program as well as various community initiatives. [ from the Stacks Foundation – stacks.org ]

Georgina García-Mauriño. A senior author and illustrator fond of blockchain and the possibilities it can offer to self-managed artists/authors in order to benefit from the Internet of Value, the web 3. Georgina is an active Stacks Ambassador in Madrid since 2019 and translated the Stacks 2.0 non-technical white paper. [ LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/georginagarciamaurino ]

This introduction to Stacks can also be interesting for those discovering blockchain technology as we will talk about technology focusing on what it can do for users. After all, the Stacks ecosystem is on a mission to build a user-owned internet where you have true ownership of your identity, data, and wealth.

Some useful links:

Videos:

https://youtu.be/qtOIh93Hvuw
+ Stacks YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/c/Blockstack

White Paper (original): https://gaia.blockstack.org/…/1AxyPunHHAHiEf…/stacks.pdf

Article in Spanish: https://cesalmo.medium.com/stacks-más-que-una-simple-blockchain-caabdfc238c8

 
📅April 9
🕖18:00 h
💻Zoom Webinar
 
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Campus Madrid
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