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Qtum Community & Development Updates - Week of Oct 3rd - 10th

Qtum Community & Development Updates Week of October 3rd — 10th Cryptoeconomics Security Conference, 2017

After we attended the Nashville Distributed: Health conference, we traveled to San Francisco to attend CESC 2017, which took place at the University of Southern California, Berkeley. We sponsored this event and gave a speech about the “Economics of Fees and Gas” which you can read about on Jordan’s blog:

If you would like to see a live video recording, please see our official Facebook video section:

We met with many community members and other interested parties.

Community Content:

Please give a big thank you to one of our talented community developers, Cryptominder, who wrote a developer guide

Qtum community member “Calbert65” created a nice staking calculator and Block Explorer. You can see his reddit thread here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Qtum/comments/759cnh/staking_calculator_qtum_qtumexplorerio/

Here is a link to his calculator.

Please keep in mind that they have Qtum donation addresses posted, so if you find these services useful, please send them a tip.

SF meetup

Recently the Qtum team held a “Fireside Chat” style meetup in San Francisco. We hosted this on a rooftop venue overlooking the Bay Area and Golden Gate bridge. Our MC was Andy Tang, the CEO of Draper University, who talked with 2 of the Qtum Co-Founders; Patrick Dai, and Jordan Earls. About 150 people attended.

The live stream was a touch shaky, but we did capture the event on Facebook:

Jordan and Patrick discussed a bit about their involvement with Blockchain technology. There was an invitation from Patrick for anyone with Blockchain and development experience to apply at Qtum. We have a lot of developers, but we are always looking for the best talent in this industry.

Patrick comments on how far technology has come over the last few decades, going from the first mobile phone and the internet, to high speed mo...

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