First Aragon Conference (AraCon) Set for Berlin, Germany January 2019
The First Aragon Conference Expected to Kick off Early Next Year
Dubbed as the AraCon, the first Aragon Conference is expected to start in January 29th to 30th, 2019, in Germany, Berlin. The idea of the conference was conceptualized by Jorge and Luis in late 2016, when they began building a community around it on February 10th,2017 with a blog post tittles “Introducing Aragon: Unstoppable Companies”.
The conference slated for January 2019 is expected to bring together individuals who want to shape the Aragon community. This means people supporting and building trustless, secure and pseudonymous future, or simply, ‘the decentralized web.’
Benefits of AraCon
The AraCon conference will be a place where people can understand more about Web3.0 and Aragon as they discover the latest developments of the program as well as a glimpse of what’s expected. It will also focus on the decentralized web, giving a general overview of what it is, along with lessons about how blockchain technology is built.
The event team expected to take people through:
- Decentralized governance
- Web 3.0/Ethereum
AraCon will be full of brilliant minds in the blockchain sector. It will incorporate more than 30 highly eloquent speakers ready to express their knowledge and share their vision for a better future. Some of those already confirmed include:
- CEO of Aragon One, Luis Cuende: One of the members working on the Aragon project.
- Ecosystem Developer at Aragon One, Maria Gomez: Former corporate lawyer, currently forming the backbone of the Aragon project.
- Co-founder of Giveth and Aragon DAC, Griff Green: Community manager of TheDAO and other groups within the Ethereum community.
- Co-founder and CEO of Parity Technologies, Jutta Steiner: Blockchain expert who’s previously pioneered the use of blockchain in supply chains.
- Founder of Democracy Earth Foundation, Santiago Siri: Member of the World Economic Forum and co-founder of Argentina Game Developers Association.
- Co-founder of Districtox, Jeo Urgo: Previously worked as an operations manager at Coinbase, and a derivatives trader at Three Arrows Capital.
- Postdoctoral researcher at the Center of Scientific Research, Primavera De Filipi: Research specialist at a faculty in Harvard University.
- Teach leader at IDEN3, Jordi Baylina: Among the strongest Solidity developers globally and a well-known contributor in the Ethereum community.