Want to know more about the EEA? Do you have questions about the EthTrust Security Levels spec, or want to discuss the DRAMA Working Group's mission to publish best practices for Defi Risk Assessment? Want to know what the EEA's Crosschain Interoperability is looking to publish next, or are you just curious about an EEA Interest Group?
EEA leadership - Executive Director Daniel Burnett, Technical Program Director Chaals Nevile, and Director of Sales James Harsh - will be at at the Web3 Retreat co-hosted by valued EEA member Hacken just by the Devcon venue. Along with Hacken CEO Dmytro Budorin, who is co-Chair of the DRAMA Working Group, and other EEA Members participating in various events, they will be happy to answer your questions from 3pm to 5pm.
There is no formal agenda for this event - come and learn about the aspects that interest you. But please be warned, the free drinks of Web3 Retreat Happy Hour start at 4pm, (and continuing the computer science joke, go until 6pm) so the venue will be getting busy by then, and it is first in, best served.
Pre-registration is required, although it does not guarantee entry when the venue is full.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) enables organizations to adopt and use Ethereum Technology in their daily business operations. Founded in 2017, the EEA strives to empower the Ethereum ecosystem to develop new business opportunities, drive industry adoption, learn and collaborate ranging from the world’s leading enterprise companies to blockchain innovators.
Hacken is a cybersecurity company that protects WEB 3.0 businesses from getting hacked and losing money and reputation. 800+ crypto projects were secured by company's audits, pentests, and bug bounty programs and hence Hacken prevented the theft of more than $10B in both real and virtual assets.
The Balancer Protocol is a core building block of DeFi infrastructure—a unique financial primitive and permissionless development platform. Balancer is the most flexible and versatile Automated Market Maker, giving developers unprecedented customizability.
Amulet Protocol (hereafter referred to as Amulet) is a decentralized insurance protocol built for the Rust-based ecosystem, starting with the Solana blockchain.