Join Aleo, Anoma and friends during ETHCC to learn about zero-knowledge cryptography and the future of individual privacy
Register for tickets
Wednesday July 20, 2022
16:00 - Till late
Pont Alexandre III
Privacy / Web3 / Cryptography / Zero-knowledge proofs / surveillance capitalism / Security / Self-sovereignty
A range of talks, fireside chats and panels will unravel the implications of privacy and how we can build systems and tools where self-sovereignty remains inherently embedded in the user’s experience.
First come, first served!
Registration alone does not guarantee admission. What’s more, the first 200 people to arrive will receive free pizza and cocktail vouchers!
What we will explore
Why should individuals care about privacy?
Why ZKPS are fundamental to the future?
Achieving privacy and programmability
Enabling developers to build privacy-first applications
Who Actually Cares About Privacy?
Howard Wu +
+ Adrian Brink
Presenting the ZPrize competition
The Last Mile for ZK: Aleo Testnet3 to Mainnet
Paul Cadman +
Uniqueness of Leo programming language
Use Cases for Private Applications on Web3: Where is the Real Value?
Why zkps are fundamental to the future
Howard Wu +
Christopher Goes +
David Wong +
Justin Drake +
How ZKPs and other advanced cryptographic schemes can be deployed to solve hard problems in decentralized systems
Following the talks, all attendees are invited to join an after party presented by Maven11.
Music, drinks and a range of signature, parisian-inspired cocktails will round off the night.
Drink vouchers at the door so its best to show up early!
A hidden gem, the Bridge sits on the bank of the River Seine under the Alexandre Pont III Bridge, just off the Champs-Élysées. With large vaults and brick archways, the secluded location is the perfect venue for discussing the future of individual privacy.
“As technology is more interwoven into our innate reality, the notion of privacy and self-sovereignty has become unequivocally uncertain. We are now given a choice to renew the dynamics of the digital mileu, building tools and systems where privacy is a choice and self-sovereignty remains inherently embedded in user preference.”