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Kadena Conference & Community Events Schedule
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Kadena Conference & Community Events Schedule

Check Kadena out at the following events as we strengthen our platform, continue to push the limits of blockchain innovation, and drive even more adoption.

[Updated]: 3/29/2019

Kadena Q2 Events

NYC Security Token Forum When: April 12 Where: New York, NY

The NYC Security Token Forum will bring key STO experts together with Wall Street influencers to discuss key issues around STO and build collaborations for the emergence of a healthy STO ecosystem. Our Head of Growth Ben Jessel will be speaking and sharing his perspective on the topic.

Paris Blockchain Week Summit When: April 16–17 Where: Paris, France Head of Research/Networks Monica Quaintance will share her stories and insights on the market and its prospects. PBWS features renowned speakers discussing everything from EU regulation, stablecoins, decentralized exchanges, security tokens, scalability issues, to recent advances in consensus mechanisms.

Synchronize 2019 When: April 17 Where: Conrad Hotel in New York, NY Our Enterprise Strategy Lead, Andrew Khalatov, will be moderating a panel at Synchronize, the leading conference dedicated to enterprise and institutional applications of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), blockchain technology and smart contracts within financial services.

Consensus 2019 When: May 13–15 Where: Hilton and Marriott in Midtown New York, NY Will Martino will be speaking on the Enterprise Stage at Consensus (more details to come). Listen to his preview podcast Road to Consensus 2019.

Kadena Q1 Events

Accelerating Blockchainge When: January 14th &15th Where: Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel Our Co-Founder, Will Martino, and Head of Enterprise Strategy and Operations, _Andrew Khalatov_, are headed to Washington DC to address how blockchain will change the world. BlockChainge DC will bring together industry leaders discussing crucial issues impacting adoption.

GrinCon When: January 28 Where: Hero City at Draper University, San Mateo, CA Engineer Emily Pillmore will be speaking on a panel providing perspective on Grin use cases. Grincon is the first U.S. Grin conference; Grin is an implementation of the MimbleWimble protocol, is open source, and focuses on privacy and scalability.

Blockchain By Women When: January 29th Where: 440 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA Blockchain By Women presents fresh perspectives on promising blockchain and cryptocurrency projects in the face of new regulation. *Monica Quaintance* joins other entrepreneurs and investors in the blockchain ecosystem to help educate people on different topics in the field.

Stanford Blockchain Conference When: January 30th-February 1st Where: Arrillaga Alumni Center, Stanford University This conference will explore the use of formal methods, empirical analysis, and risk modeling to better understand security and systemic risk in blockchain protocols. Stuart Popejoy, Monica Quaintance, Emily Pillmore will be in attendance.

Ledgerfest When: February 15th Where: Columbia University, New York City Monica Quaintance speaks at Columbia University’s newest blockchain conference with our colleagues at Hedera Hashgraph, ZCash, Gemini, Hyperledger, and more.

Financial Cryptography and Data Security When: February 18th-22nd Where: St. Kitts The goal of the conference is to bring security and cryptography researchers and practitioners together with economists, bankers, implementers, and policy-makers. Will Martino and _*Monica Quaintance_ will be attending.

Developer Week When: February 20th-24th Where: SF Bay Area DeveloperWeek 2019 is the world’s largest vendor-neutral developer expo and conference with over 50 week-long events. Marie Leaf will be speaking about how to rethink smart contracts by bringing security and scalability as industry standards.

Have a conference you want us to attend?

If you are an organizer of a blockchain, technology, or cryptography conference looking for speakers, please contact us at We’re always looking for more opportunities to share our research and meet other innovators in the field.