We have an exciting newsletter for you with the latest update from the Distributed Futures research program plus two significant events: the next London Meetup and an overview of the recent Emurgo event.
Distributed Futures research program on cryptocurrency liquidity
Cardano Foundation is proud to sponsor a forward-thinking research program on cryptocurrency liquidity. Working with Z/Yen’s Distributed Futures, the project will focus on liquidity risks involved in cryptocurrency investing.
The research will better inform policy makers and enterprises, and will work to ensure cryptocurrencies can be efficient mediums of exchange, a principal role of money.
London Meetup - 28th February
We are delighted to announce this month’s Cardano meetup! We will have a short presentation from Cardano Foundation, followed by an evening of open discussion and networking. In the spirit of true community involvement, we invite anyone with an interest in the Cardano project to come along.
We already have over 300 community members registered to attend! There are limited spaces left so if you would like to attend please RSVP on the meetup page, the link is below.
It’s really encouraging to see a number of community led Cardano meetups springing up all over the world. We are very keen to support these so if you are thinking of holding a Cardano meetup or already have please get in touch, you can email email@example.com.
The first Emurgo Meetup in Tokyo
On the 5th February, Emurgo held their first Meetup for developers in Japan.
Emurgo develops, supports, and incubates commercial ventures and will help integrate these businesses into Cardano’s decentralized blockchain ecosystem.
Their first meetup had a number of speakers:
- Darren Camas, Senior Advisor at Emurgo
- Andy Byungchul Lee, CTO of SPES in Korea
- Ryan King, Director of Acceleration at Emurgo
- Frank Nguyen, Managing Director of Emurgo Vietnam
For more information on the event and to join the group, please click the button below: