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Report from the Blockchain Solutions Forum in Barcelona

For three days this month, Barcelona became the center of fintech in Europe, hosting the IoT World Congress and Blockchain Solutions Forum. The conference has just wrapped up, and everyone agrees that it was an excellent opportunity for investors, entrepreneurs, and experts to come together, network, and see what’s happening at the cutting-edge of blockchain tech.

A nine-person delegation from SONM HQ was sent to attend the conference. They set up a booth and were ready to answer questions from any interested conference participant. SONM CTO Igor Lebedev and IT and business strategy advisor Ilia Frankstein were both in attendance, and each elaborated extensively on the project’s mission and development to the public.

Throughout the conference, SONM was able to communicate its perspectives regarding all things fintech. Overall, conference participants were given an idea of how SONM — a platform that allows people to make money off their hardware’s extra computing capabilities — is set to change the way people utilize computing power forever.

A chance to get to know the community

Overall, the team had a productive three days at the conference, and the SONM booth got a lot of attention from conference participants. Team members freely conversed with fintech enthusiasts and experts from all over the world. The feedback from these conversations will surely prove invaluable to the SONM platform’s further development.

Lebedev and Frankstein both spoke publicly about the current status of SONM development. They introduced two upcoming feature packs, “Infrastructure-as-a-Service” (IaaS) and “Platform-as-a-Service” (PaaS), which will be delivered over the course of several releases.

The IaaS feature pack will include a working marketplace for computing power resources, as well as task execution mechanics on purchased resources, with a customer-side task management interface. The PaaS pack will focus on automation of application depl...

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