Blockswap to Host Multichain ERC20 Side Event at ETHCC
- Industry leaders in Ethereum are congregating at Blockswap’s MultichainERC20 event at ETHCC to discuss the most pressing topics in Ethereum.
- New protocols will be introduced at the event which further decentralizes Ethereum by empowering the user.
- The two main sessions are open for all to attend but require a free ticket. Seating is limited.
July 19, 2023
1:00 PM – 6:30 PM
ETHCC Week (ETHParis)
Le Cabaret des Merveilles (Coworking Space)
25 Rue de l’Hirondelle, 75006 Paris, France
London, UK, 12th July 2023, ZEX PR WIRE, Speakers at Multichain ERC20 include 20squares, Blockswap Labs, Dappnode, DFG, Diva, Gauntlet, Ion Protocol, IOSG, Jsquare, Obol Network, Robust Incentives Group (Ethereum Foundation), Runtime Verification, and SafeStake (alphabetical order)
Visit https://multichainerc20.com/ for free tickets and the most up-to-date information.
Blockswap Labs, a leading blockchain research lab and protocol solutions provider, is pleased to announce their side event at the highly anticipated ETHCC week in Paris, France, which is scheduled to take place on July 19, 2023. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the future of web3 and engage with industry leaders.
Multichain ERC20, brings together visionaries, developers, investors, and enthusiasts to discuss the latest infrastructure advancements and innovations in Ethereum. Blockswap’s objective at ETHCC is to educate the Ethereum community about decentralizing Ethereum through increased staking optionality and robust security.
The Multichain ERC20 event at ETHCC consists of two distinct tracks, each offering unique insights and discussions led by experts in the field:
Track 1: ETH Restaking and LSD: Extending Ethereum Security for Middleware
Explore the world of restaking and the Composable Validator Marketplace, a decentralized ecosystem that revolutionizes Ethereum’s coordination of validators and dApps. Learn how restaking optimizes validator yield, extends Ethereum security, and enhances the overall ecosystem. Topics covered will include the challenges of extending Ethereum security, creating trustless marketplaces for dApps and protocols to access validators, increasing validator earnings, the difference between slashable security & extending Ethereum security, kETH a new LST based primative, capital efficient restaking with Stakehouse, and the potential benefits for various stakeholders. This session is open for all to attend but requires a free ticket.
This track will also include a discussion panel with leaders in Ethereum’s distributed validator technology (DVT) space. DVT is a robust security approach that decentralizes key management and signing responsibilities among multiple participants. This strategy minimizes the risk of single points of failure and enhances the overall resilience of validators.
“In the coming months, distributed validators will create the foundation for a more resilient, secure, and decentralised consensus layer in Ethereum,” said Oisin Kyne, CTO & co-founder of Obol Labs. “We look forward to sharing the progress that’s been made in bringing this critical technology to mainnet.” – Oisin Kyne, CTO & co-founder of Obol Labs
Track 2: Proof of Neutrality Network and Optimistic MEV+
Proof of Neutrality and Optimisitic MEV+ Track gives insights on credibly neutral infrastructure design for the MEV supply chain, emphasizing inclusivity and openness. The event will highlight several key aspects of the MEV supply chain including a new ground-up approach, Proposer Builder Separation for Ethereum block-building, and discussions on Order Flow Auctions. In addition, the event will also feature a solution for developing MEV-aware protocols via a revolutionary PBS client called MEV+. The event will bring together industry leaders and contributors in the MEV space, giving them the opportunity to share their insights on the rapidly evolving MEV landscape. Be part of this exploration into the future of Ethereum’s MEV supply chain, where neutrality, inclusivity, and open building practices converge.
Blockswap Labs CEO will be leading discussions among Ethereum industry leaders around the topics of MEV and credibly neutral infrastructure.
“We are thrilled to share a new intent-centric MEV supply chain infrastructure and Ethereum Restaking at ETHCC,” said Matt Shams (Anis), CEO of Blockswap Labs. “The event represents a major milestone in our ongoing open engagement with the Etheruem community, seeking feedback and alignment on maintaining credible neutrality for Etheruem. This event will focus on the negative externalities of centralization in block building and drawbacks in current MEV rails.”
Blockswap encourages all attendees, including developers, blockchain enthusiasts, and industry professionals, to participate in the Multichain ERC20 event. In addition to the talks and panels, Blockswap Labs will be available for discussions around potential partnerships and deeper conversations around protocol design and implementation.
To stay updated on the latest developments regarding Blockswap’s participation at ETHCC and for further details on the event tracks, please visit the official event website or follow Blockswap on Twitter.
About Blockswap Labs
Blockswap Labs is a research and development firm making blockchain technology accessible to mainstream users. As core contributors to Blockswap Network and Proof of Neutrality Network, Blockswap Labs are building a permissionless middle layer and catalyzing web3 development through credibly neutral public benefit infrastructure solutions.
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