Grin :: Featuring Daniel Lehnberg, Grin Core

/Coinscrum_presents 02-09-2019

Grin :: Featuring Daniel Lehnberg, Grin Core

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Heads down Coinscrummers – the sun’s on its way back south and it’s time to get back to work. That may be a little depressing so the only thing we can do to fix it is Grin! So, with much pleasure, we’re excited to welcome…

Heads down Coinscrummers – the sun’s on its way back south and it’s time to get back to work.

That may be a little depressing so the only thing we can do to fix it is Grin!

So, with much pleasure, we’re excited to welcome Daniel Lehnberg of Grin Core to Coinscrum on Monday, 2nd September.

Grin

In Aug 2016, Someone called Tom Elvis Jedusor (Voldemort’s French name in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter book series) placed the original MimbleWimble white paper on a bitcoin research channel, and then disappeared.

Tom’s white paper “Mimblewimble” (a tongue-tying curse used in “The Deathly Hallows”) was a blockchain proposal that could theoretically increase privacy, scalability and fungibility.

Grin is one of the first open source software projects that implements a MimbleWimble blockchain and fills the gaps required for a full blockchain and cryptocurrency deployment.

The main goal and characteristics of the Grin project are:

  • Privacy by default. This enables complete fungibility without precluding the ability to selectively disclose information as needed.
  • Scales mostly with the number of users and minimally with the number of transactions , resulting in a large space saving compared to other blockchains.
  • Strong and proven cryptography. MimbleWimble only relies on Elliptic Curve Cryptography which has been tried and tested for decades.
  • Design simplicity that makes it easy to audit and maintain over time.
  • Community driven, encouraging mining decentralisation.

Daniel will be providing an entry-level overview of Grin’s key features, explaining the key issues that it addresses as well as updating us on the current state of play with the project as a whole.

About Daniel

Daniel is the founder of vault713, a development team that builds tools and solutions to make it easy to send, store and swap Grin. His team is developing the open source wallet713, and the grinbox:// transaction building protocol, as well as solutions for atomic swaps, cold storage, and scalable payment processing.

Prior to dedicating his time to the Grin project, Daniel spent over 11 years in various product management roles at PokerStars.

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Doors open at 6pm
Presentations begin at 6:30pm
Followed by networking

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Big love to Coinscrum {Presents} sponsors, KR1
KR1 is a leading publicly listed investment company focused on blockchain and decentralised technologies. KR1 invests in early stage projects and blockchain-based digital assets that power the decentralised platforms and protocols that form the emerging Web3 infrastructure.

More info at www.kr1.io

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That boring legal stuff
Please note: We welcome all of our innovative founders to share their ideas at Coinscrum and also love our sponsors to bits.

However, their presentations or services provided do not infer any kind of endorsement by Coinscrum, its organisers or Scrumline Ltd of any possible investment opportunity via their products and services or in any related ICO (Initial Coin Offering).

Crypto-tokens are a high risk investment and you should always carry out your own thorough research and due diligence before deciding whether or not to invest yourself.

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2019-09-02, 18:00hrs

TOUR LOCATION

Fora Spitalfields, 35-41 Folgate St, London, E1 6BX