For the first time in it’s 27 years old history, the South by Southwest event (March 8–17 Austin, TX) will honor the cultural revolution of Blockchain by endorsing it with its own track. Superblocks will be there to make sure we cover the highlights and report them back to you via short videos and updates on our Twitter account.
A little bird whispered impending news is to be released during the week, with larger projects having waited for this event before going public. Anyone familiar with the crypto industry knows the opportunity for amusement these types of gatherings serve us with. We’re excited to see this space spark at the festival of innovation, and see what mad ideas, hot debates and moon landing plans will be created this week. We’ll be here and update you on all things blockchain. Stay tuned!
Our top choices for sessions on Blockchain:
- The Arsenal of a Blockchain Developer
The only developer DApp workshop. Can’t be missed!
- Blockchain Governance: Challenges and Opportunity
Economist Cathy Barrera, Ph.D, will give an “advanced” talk om the incompleteness of the many variables in a smart contracts and weather we can still use them for governance.
- Why VCs Have Joined the Block Party
As we love Jimmy Songs medium posts we’re really excited to see if he is as savvy with his spoken words, as with the written ones.
- The Next Killer Application on Blockchain
Having a DApp tool in the #buidl industry, this is the number one question Superblocks employees get. Would love to hear some new answers to this one.
- Crypto Crime: How to Steal Cryptocurrency
Because crypto winter. And desperate times need desperate how to’s.
- A Music Blockchain Use Case for Mycelia
Of course, we hope no one misses our CMO Tove Andersson talking about the possibilities for music and blockchain together with Saga Arvidsdotter that has developed a DApp for Imogen Heaps blockchain project, Mycelia Creative Passport on the 15th.
Check out the whole program for the Blockchain track here.
Hope to see you soon!
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