“We wanted to be able to deploy a node into one of our technology partners in an hour, that was the goal. We were able to do that and we exceeded expectations by deploying within 15 minutes.” – Eric Piscini of Citizens Reserve
From Blockchain Week NYC to Upcoming Events
This past month has been filled with excellent conversations at events between NY Blockchain week, to Blockchain week Ireland, and celebrating the anniversary of Bitcoin with a pizza party. We aren’t stopping there though and have a bunch of great upcoming events:
June 4th – Join Blockdaemon, Hyperledger, Google, Tendermint and Heavybit for a discussion on Hyperledger Fabric (project hosted by the Linux Foundation) with a focus on dev tools, networks and decentralization that will make it easier to implement, manage, and build on top of all of the emerging public and private blockchain networks.
June 25-26th: Bitcoin Conference – Konstantin Richter will be one of the keynote speakers and come swing by our booth. You can also take advantage of a 25% with “B19SPONSOR”
With the Algorand MainNet approaching, we’ve been compiling helpful articles in our Knowledgebase for you to reference. Sign up for an Algorand testnet node free our node marketplace for more details and subscribe to our weekly emails with specific Algorand content.
We are approaching the launch of our offering with the latest Fabric software version 1.4.1 on our dynamic hybrid cloud deployment tool! We will be showing a sneak peek at our upcoming panel on June 4th and you can also contact us to learn more today.
- Looking for the latest updates from Blockdaemon? Head over to our Help Center, read the latest updates about the protocols we support and join the discussions in our community!
- View the Q&A with Stellar’s Jed McCaleb at Blockchain Week NYC and hear insights into Protocol 11.
As always, get the latest on new releases and product updates: Check the Blockdaemon Blog, follow the discussion on Twitter and Linkedin, and feel free to reach out to us with any questions you have at firstname.lastname@example.org.