Catalyst After Town Hall

Hello Cardano Community,

We hope this post finds you well. We are a small group of dedicated contributors to the Cardano ecosystem, and we recently had the privilege of hosting the post-Town Hall gatherings. After hosting the Space for years now, the Swarm unfortunately has stopped supporting the Catalyst After Townhall. First of all, thank you for holding this space for such a long time. :clap:
Second of all, this is why we stepped up, wanting to keep this platform to share ideas and collaborate.
We wanted to share some highlights from our event with the broader Cardano community.

Meet the Team:

  • Christina from Blinklabs
  • Darlington from Lidonation
  • Peter from Swarm (still lending a helping hand)
  • Seomon from Cardano After Dark

Event Recap: Our gathering on the 10th of January featured a dynamic discussion in Room 45B, where the focus was on onboarding end-users and small businesses. This session was led by Pedro Lucas and Roberto Mayan, both of whom brought valuable insights and perspectives to the table.

Additionally, attendees are granted NFTs as token. This not only gives people proof that they attended this townhall, but also adds a touch of Cardano magic to our event.

Community Engagement: We were delighted to have 30 attendees join us, bringing their energy, ideas, and passion for Cardano to the virtual table. As always there where engaging discussions and new seeds for collaboration being planted.

We want to express our gratitude to the Cardano community for its ongoing support. Stay tuned for more updates and future events from our team. If you have any questions or would like to connect, please feel free to reach out. Also if you want to join us next Wednesday or any Wednesday after that for the Townhall at 17:00 UTC or/and the After Townhall at 18:00 UTC, please feel free to use this link.
Meeting Registration - Zoom

Thank you for being part of this incredible journey with us.

Warm regards,

Seomon

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I’m reaching out to share my thoughts and express deep appreciation for the collective efforts that keep our community thriving, while we continue to navigate and shape the vibrant Cardano Ecosystem.

The Swarm group concludes their role and a new chapter begins with Peter, Christina, Seamon, and Darlington uniting to carry forward the legacy of the after Town Hall breakout rooms. Their decision to step in and continue this work is a testament to their commitment and the lasting impact of those who have contributed before them. It’s remarkable to see how many have come, left their mark, and continue to participate in building our shared vision at various capacities. The invaluable contributions of Felix, Nathaly, Zoe, Caue, Ajax, and numerous others have played a unique role, bringing diverse perspectives and enriching our collective dialogue, even behind the scenes. Their involvement has been fundamental in shaping the inclusive and dynamic nature of our community.

As we look back to the first Town Hall on September 18, 2020, Dor Garbash’s words resonate deeply: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead. This sentiment captures the essence of our journey in Cardano. Similarly, Charles Hoskinson’s remark, “Big things have little beginnings,” reminds us of the humble origins of our endeavors and the vast potential that lies ahead.

In the spirit of these guiding principles, Sala de Café remains dedicated to providing a voice for all and specially our Spanish and Portuguese-speaking members. Our role is to ensure that these voices are integral to the ongoing dialogue and decision-making processes within the Cardano ecosystem. We are here to contribute to and support the continued growth and decentralization of Cardano.

The recent engagement in Room 45B, led by Pedro Lucas and Roberto Mayan, exemplifies the strength of our community. The participation of over 30 members, each bringing their unique ideas and energy, highlights the vibrant and diverse nature of our ecosystem.

As we forge ahead, let’s continue to cherish the diversity and unity of our community. The collaborative spirit of all members, past and present, is what makes Cardano a unique and innovative environment.

Thank you to each one of you for being a part of this incredible journey. Your participation, insights, and passion are the driving forces behind the success of Cardano.

Warm regards,

Juan Sierra - The One
Sala de Café Team

P.S. I warmly invite you to join us in the upcoming Town Hall and breakout sessions. Your involvement is crucial in shaping our decentralized, inclusive, and innovative ecosystem. Let’s continue to make our voices heard and our contributions felt in shaping the future of Cardano.

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Hello, Cardano Community,

Thank you for your kind words Juan!
We are glad, that the After Town Hall sessions continue to serve as a vibrant platform for connection and discussion. Reflecting on our last two gatherings, it’s heartening to see the continued enthusiasm and engagement from our community.

On January 17th, we had the pleasure of hosting 68 participants who engaged in a variety of breakout rooms. Topics ranged from Decentral Manufacturing & Modular Governance with Adosia, to Andamio’s innovative protocols for education and collaboration, reflecting on the LV2 Review process, and exploring how to get involved with Catalyst Working Groups. The diversity of discussions underscores the wide-ranging interests and expertise within our community.

The session on January 24th welcomed 50 attendees, who delved into discussions around the Clarity Community Operating System, the intersection of DID and Property Records, the adoption of Cardano by end-users and small businesses, the application of state channels in Cardano dApps, and the CBIA Ecosystem Software Compatibility Matrix for Fund11 proposals. Each topic contributed to a tapestry of ideas and initiatives that are shaping the future of Cardano.

We want to acknowledge and thank every participant who joined these ATH sessions. The general atmosphere of these gatherings is consistently positive, marked by a spirit of collaboration and a shared passion for the topics of the individual breakout rooms. It’s this collective energy that makes the ATH what it is.

Looking ahead, we are excited to continue this tradition of meaningful engagement. We invite you to be part of our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions can help nurture the growth and evolution of the Cardano ecosystem.

If you want to host your own room in ATH you can simply fill out this form until Tuesday 17:00 UTC and join on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warmest regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

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Hello, Cardano Community,

A quick belated recap of our December Townhall on December 13, 2023: We had an engaging session filled with insightful discussions.

One room delved into the impact of Large Language Models on Project Catalyst, offering a glimpse into how AI could shape the future of blockchain governance and innovation. Another Session held for that Townhall focused on cPoker, real-time, secure, interactive decentralized poker proof of concept on the Cardano blockchain, showcasing the capabilities and potential for dApps within our ecosystem. We are, as always, thankful to Lidonation for hosting the Townhall Check-In using the ProofSpace app and giving people the chance to build their self-owned secure online reputation.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

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Hello, Cardano Community,

In our latest gatherings, held on May 1st, we had the pleasure of hosting 27 passionate participants.

This time we had the Cardano Foundation with us represented by Alexandre Maaza with the topic ‘Cardano Foundation & Catalyst’
The Cardano Foundation wants to build a relationship with the Catalyst community and gather feedback on how Cardano Foundation should approach Catalyst and the community. We discussed what would be a sensible and ethical voting involvement from Cardano Foundation given their big bags of ada? As well as, what kind of proposals could the Cardano Foundation get funded themselves to have the biggest impact with?

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will help shape the future of Cardano. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warmest regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello, Cardano Community,

We’re excited to share insights from our latest Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session.

Recap

In our recent gathering, held on May 8th, we were thrilled to host 31 passionate participants. This time, we were honored to have the Cardano Foundation join us, represented by Alexandre Maaza. The Foundation expressed its commitment to building a closer relationship with the Catalyst community and sought valuable feedback on ethical voting involvement and impactful proposal funding.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

During this session, we had three breakout rooms:

  • Cardano Foundation & Catalyst: After a short recap of last week this room delved into the Foundation’s desire to participate in Project Catalyst F12. Alexandre Maaza led discussions on CF’s previous Catalyst involvement and facilitated an open dialogue to gather community feedback.
  • Wolfram AI Revolution & Project Catalyst Update: Steph Macurdy provided updates on the “Wolfram A.I. Revolution and Implications to Project Catalyst” research project from Fund 10, offering insights into its progress and implications for the ecosystem.
  • Voices x Hermes Milestone2 AMA: Michael McNulty led discussions on proof-of-achievement for Catalyst Voices and Hermes milestone 2 delivery, fostering an interactive session to review and discuss achievements.

We’re also happy to have Darlington, in collaboration with Proofspace, who is distributing Digital Identity NFTs during the event. This initiative adds a unique touch to our gatherings and is promoting digital identity within the Cardano ecosystem.

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will continue to shape the future of Cardano. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC through this link.

Warmest regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello, Cardano Community,

We’re excited to share highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on May 15, 2024. It was another fantastic gathering with 65 enthusiastic participants engaging in meaningful discussions.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

This week, we hosted four insightful breakout rooms:

  1. Cardano Foundation & Catalyst:
    The Cardano Foundation announced its desire to participate in Project Catalyst F12 and holds weekly sessions in the ATH now which are well facilitated by Alexandre Maaza. This session was divided into two parts: an overview of CF’s previous Catalyst participation and an open discussion to gather community feedback.
  2. Real Time Proposal Review:
    This breakout room was held by Oluwole Olakanmi and dedicated to real-time reviews of proposals submitted for Catalyst F12, providing immediate feedback and suggestions for improvement.
  3. Data-Driven Catalyst Community Workshop:
    Thomas Wedler and June Akra focused this session on improving Project Catalyst using data-driven insights gained from previous funding rounds, aiming to enhance the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the project.
  4. Introducing the Deep Funding Academy:
    The DeepFunding Academy is a new community initiative designed by Roberto Mayen and Rafael to support and mentor project teams participating in Project Catalyst, providing them with resources and guidance to succeed.

As usual we also had the one and only Darlington, in collaboration with Proofspace, distributing Digital Identity NFTs during the event.

Looking Ahead:

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will continue to shape the future of Cardano and Project Catalyst. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello Cardano Communit,

We’re happy to share highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on May 22, 2024. With 38 enthusiastic participants, it was another fantastic gathering filled with engaging discussions and valuable insights.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

This week, we hosted three insightful breakout rooms:

  • Cardano Foundation & Catalyst:

Alexandre Maaza led a session focusing on the Cardano Foundation’s participation in Project Catalyst F12. Unfortunately this session was cancelled, we wish Alexandre Maaza a quick recovery!

  • Onboarding to the SingularityNET Ecosystem:

Roberto Mayen and Rafael talked the Deep Funding Academy, a project-based learning program designed to help participants acquire skills, earn credentials, and access contribution opportunities within the SingularityNET ecosystem. This session provided a comprehensive overview of the Academy and encouraged attendees to get involved.
Roberto uploaded the video here, in case you want to watch it!

  • Insurance on Cardano (Fida & PAINS):

Rodolfo Hansen and Mojo led a session on the upcoming insurance ecosystem on Cardano. The discussion covered the foundational aspects of insurance on the blockchain and the potential impacts on the broader Cardano community.

  • ATH attendence NFT

And ofc the identity token provided by proofspace and Darlington! Unfortunately there were problems with the token, so please be aware that you might not have gotten a proof of attendance for this week.

  • Looking Ahead:

If you want to hold an ATH-breakoutroom please fill out this Form, before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC. We are looking forward to having you there and discussing your topics regarding anything Cardano!

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello Cardano Community,

New weekly After Town Hall session on May 29th, 2024. With 32 enthusiastic participants, what surprising engagement and insightful discussions after no pre-planned rooms for this week.

  • Main Room:

Some attendees chose to remain in the main room for open discussions and casual conversations. This space provided an opportunity for community members to connect, share ideas, and discuss various topics related to Cardano and Project Catalyst.

  • Sala de Cafe:

Our Spanish-speaking community continues to be a regular and vital contributor to the open ATH format. This week, they opened the Sala de Cafe, a dedicated room where members could converse in Spanish, fostering inclusivity and diverse participation within our global community.

  • Open Room:

We also had activity in the open room, where Deni took the time to answer questions about Catalyst and Cardano. This session was particularly beneficial for those seeking deeper insights and clarifications on various aspects of the projects.

  • Looking Ahead:

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will continue to shape the future of Cardano and Project Catalyst. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello Cardano Community,

Here are some highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on June 5, 2024. This week, 40 participants joined us for another round of engaging discussions and collaborative ideation.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

This week, we hosted three breakout rooms:

Cardano Ecosystem Agents:

Facilitated by Felix [SWARM], this room provided an open forum for discussion and ideation on the Cardano Ecosystem Agents. Participants explored various roles and initiatives within the ecosystem, sharing innovative ideas and fostering collaborative efforts.

Alternative Catalyst Voting Schemes:

Hosted by the Catalyst Team in collaboration with IO Research and Photrek, this session delved into alternative voting schemes for Project Catalyst. The aim was to develop efficient, blockchain-specific decision-making methods for future Catalyst developments. The discussion covered variations in voting power distribution, different tallying rules, and the development of new cryptographic protocols to address privacy requirements.

European Cardano Community - Fireside Festivals:

Davide, Marcus, and Quasar led this fireside chat focused on the European Cardano community. The session highlighted the importance of Catalyst, country hubs, and creating spaces for collaboration. Participants discussed ways to strengthen the community, enhance engagement, and foster cross-border collaborations.

Proofspace and Darlington:

A special thanks to Darlington and Proofspace for their continued support in distributing attendance certificates. Their efforts ensure that our community members are recognized for their participation and contributions.

Looking Ahead:

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will continue to shape the future of Cardano and Project Catalyst. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello, Cardano Community,

We’re excited to share highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on June 12, 2024. It was another engaging session with 28 engaged participants joining us for valuable discussions and community building.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

This week, we hosted four breakout rooms:

Cardano Ecosystem Agents:

Facilitated by Felix, this room focused on open discussion and ideation around Cardano Ecosystem Agents. Participants exchanged and explored ideas around Ecosystem Agents/connectors withinin Catalyst and the Cardano community.

Wolfram Catalyst AI Research - Milestone 3:

Steph Macurdy led this session, providing an in-depth look at the progress and milestones of the Wolfram Catalyst AI Research project. The discussion highlighted their AI research paper regarding Catalyst and the governance process thereof contributing to interesting conversations.

Sala de Cafe:

Our Spanish-speaking community continued their tradition of vibrant discussions in the Sala de Cafe. This room offered a space for Spanish-speaking members to connect, share insights, and discuss topics relevant to the Cardano ecosystem, contributing to the diversity and inclusivity of our community.

Townhall Check-in:

Hosted by Darlington, this room served as a space for participants to check in and discuss various aspects of the town hall. Although Proofspace experienced technical issues and NFTs were not distributed this week, attendees still found value in hanging out for fun and talk for a while.

Looking Ahead:

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will continue to shape the future of Cardano and Project Catalyst. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello, Cardano Community,

We’re excited to share highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on June 19, 2024. With 32 participants, this week’s session offered engaging discussions and valuable insights.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

This week, we hosted two breakout rooms:

Tokenized Solar Power Ownership on Cardano:

Thomas Langlois, CTO of Zero Citizen, facilitated a session on their exciting proposal in Fund 12. He walked participants through the value proposition of tokenized solar power ownership on Cardano, explaining how blockchain technology can revolutionize solar power ownership, making it more accessible and efficient. The discussion covered the benefits, challenges, and potential impact of tokenizing solar assets. If time allowed, Thomas also aimed to discuss ADA Capital’s Fund 12 proposal, providing further insights into innovative projects within the ecosystem. You can find more details on ADA Capital’s proposal here.

Townhall Check-in:

Darlington hosted the Townhall Check-in in collaboration with Proofspace. Despite experiencing technical issues that prevented the distribution of NFTs. We appreciate the community’s patience and continued participation despite the technical hiccups.

Looking Ahead:

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will continue to shape the future of Cardano and Project Catalyst. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

We’re excited to share highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on June 26, 2024, with 40 participants.

This week, we hosted six breakout rooms:

Tokenized Solar Power Ownership on Cardano:

Thomas Langlois, CTO of Zero Citizen was back this week for more discussions about their proposal for Fund 12. He walked participants through the value proposition of tokenized solar power ownership on Cardano, explaining how blockchain technology can make solar power more accessible and efficient.

DLT360: Introducing auditShare - Overcoming the Industrial Audit Dilemma:

Facilitated by Guilherme Pereira, Heinz Gassner, and Thorsten Pottebaum, this session introduced auditShare, a solution to the industrial audit dilemma using DLT360 technology. The discussion focused on how this innovation can streamline and improve audit processes in various industries.

Perspective of Consent Decision-Making:

Nori led a session on the perspective of consent decision-making, highlighting its importance in the context of governance and intersect efforts within Cardano. The ODIN network sees great value in engaging the community in conversations about consent-based decision-making processes.

Photrek Governance & Risk Intelligence Initiatives:

Jose De Gamboa and Kenric Nelson provided updates on Photrek’s Governance & Risk Intelligence Initiatives. This session was for keeping the community informed about ongoing efforts and developments in governance and risk management within the ecosystem.

Psychology Therapy Sessions Distributed to People in Need for Free, Through “Coffee Monks” NFT+CNT Project:

Evangelos Karakatsis presented the “Coffee Monks” NFT + CNT project, a Fund 12 proposal aiming to provide mental health support to people in need through an anonymous donation mechanism based on the “Cafe Sospeso” tradition. The project utilizes Cardano DApps and blockchain technology to mint NFTs and CNTs simultaneously, creating a unique and impactful way to offer psychological therapy sessions to those who need them.

Townhall Check-in:

Darlington hosted the Townhall Check-in in collaboration with Proofspace, marking their return to verifying participation through NFTs. After overcoming recent technical issues, Proofspace successfully distributed participation certificates to attendees, enhancing engagement and rewarding community involvement.

Looking Ahead:

Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions will continue to shape the future of Cardano and Project Catalyst. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello, Cardano Community,

We’re excited to share the highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on July 3, 2024. This gathering brought together 24 participants in three breakout rooms.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

  1. Community Governance:
    Facilitators: Nori and Roberto
    With all the efforts around governance and intersect going on in Cardano, the ODIN network sees value in bringing the community into a conversation about community governance.

  2. GridRepublic + Wolfram: Intelligence as a Service:
    Facilitators: Steph Macurdy and Tristan Olive
    The construction and utilization of LLM (Large Language Model) inference infrastructure is costly and centralized, placing control in the hands of a few major corporations and making it inaccessible to global populations. This project seeks to develop a decentralized, community-powered “intelligence ecosystem” – one that operates at lower costs and supports a wide range of languages. The session explored the potential of creating a more inclusive and decentralized intelligence infrastructure.

  3. International - Multicultural Platform of Psychologists to Provide Free Therapies to People in Need:
    Facilitator: Evangelos Karakatsis
    Coffee Monks will distribute free therapies by professional psychologists through an NFT and CNT minting mechanism. This innovative approach aims to provide accessible mental health support to those in need by leveraging blockchain technology. The discussion focused on the implementation and impact of this platform providing psychological support.

Looking Ahead:

We are grateful for the participation and insightful discussions during this ATH session. Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions shape the future of Cardano. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello, Cardano Community,

We’re excited to share the highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on July 10, 2024. This gathering brought together 29 participants in four engaging breakout rooms.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

  1. Winning with Data: Catalyst Database to Help Getting Voted, Prevent Fraud, and Safeguard Milestone Delivery:
    Facilitators: June Akra and Thomas Wedler
    This interactive session provided a platform for proposers in the voting phase to increase project exposure, for assessors and reviewers to refine fraud detection strategies, and for funded projects to improve funding efficiency. The discussion emphasized the importance of a robust data-driven approach to strengthen the ecosystem’s performance.
  2. Agreeing on Principles for Cardano Governance:
    Facilitators: Nori and Roberto
    This room focused on how the community can agree on principles for Cardano governance. Participants engaged in a process to identify and establish the key principles that should guide the ecosystem by being implemented in the Cardano constitution.
  3. Global Platform of Psychologists to Provide Free Therapy: Facilitator: Evangelos Karakatsis Description: This session discussed a proposal aimed at creating a happier world through mental health awareness and blockchain adoption. The initiative seeks to provide psychology therapies, leveraging blockchain technology to enhance accessibility and support mental health.
  4. Tokenized Solar Power Ownership on Cardano:
    Facilitator: Thomas Langlois
    Zero Citizen’s proposal for Fund 12 focuses on tokenized solar power ownership. Thomas, the CTO, walked participants through the value proposition and addressed any questions. The session also covered ADA Capital’s Fund 12 proposal, highlighting the innovative potential of tokenization in renewable energy.

Looking Ahead:

We are grateful for the participation and insightful discussions during this ATH session. Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions shape the future of Cardano. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team

Hello, Cardano Community,

We’re excited to share the highlights from our recent Cardano Catalyst After Town Hall (ATH) session held on July 17, 2024. This gathering brought together 20 participants in two engaging breakout rooms.

Highlights from the Breakout Rooms:

  1. Fund 12 - Reflections - Open Mic:
    Facilitator: Felix
    This open session provided a platform for participants to share their experiences and reflections on Catalyst Fund 12. Attendees discussed their experience with Project Catalyst, challenges, and insights, fostering a collaborative environment for feedback and learning.

  2. Sala de Café:
    This week we Sala de Cafe was a small room with only few participants but nonetheless spicy as the Latino community with open conversations about Cardano and Catalyst in Spanish.

Looking Ahead:

We are grateful for the participation and insightful discussions during this ATH session. Join us for our upcoming ATH sessions, where your insights and contributions shape the future of Cardano. If you’re interested in hosting your own breakout room, simply fill out this form before Tuesday, 17:00 UTC, and join us on Wednesday for the ATH at 18:00 UTC.

Warm regards,

Seomon & the ATH-Team