Streamr’s Pier-to-Pier Party

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The Santa Maria Sailboat

1-chōme-1-10 Kaigandōri

Minato-ku

Osaka, Osaka 552-0022

Japan

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Ahoy mates! We're setting sail to celebrate the launch of Streamr’s peer-to-peer real-time data Network!

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Hop on board for a boat ride with Streamr and friends. We’ll be cruising through the calm waters of Osaka bay while enjoying pizza and a few cold beers! Stay on deck to watch the sunset or head under deck to learn more about trustless messaging during a panel discussion with the captain himself, Henri Pihkala and other Web3 pioneers.

Sailing Itinerary

⚓ 6:55pm - Boarding starts, all hands on deck!

⛵ 7:30pm - Set sail for a tour around Osaka Bay, aye aye matey!

🍻 7:45pm - Avast ye! Trustless messaging for Web3

⌛ 9:15pm - Land ho! The end of our journey

Panel Discussion on Trustless Messaging for Web3

Trustless messaging is an increasingly important issue in the Web3 space. How will Dapps truly compete with today’s Web2 real-time apps, whilst remaining decentralized, and maintain user privacy if they are forced to turn to centralized solutions to incorporate real-time messaging?

In this panel talk, hosted by Streamr on a boat touring Osaka bay during DevCon, space leaders will reveal how they are establishing this crucial piece of Web3 infrustruce and debate which p2p messaging network systems work best for machines vs humans and privacy vs latency. They will also discuss whether web3 messaging protocols will outcompete corporate centralized systems for running smart cities and social media.

Fellow Panelists

Sebastian Buergel

Sebastian is currently heading the HOPR project, bringing metadata privacy to the web2 and web3. He is the CTO and Co-Founder of Validity Labs. He received his PhD from ETH Zurich.

Dmitriy Ryajov

Dmitriy is a seasoned P2P expert who has worked on libp2p, Metamask/Mustekala and now Status.

Henri Pihkala

Henri co-founded Streamr to make data more available, fair, and valuable for all. Previously a CTO at two algorithmic trading companies, one of which he co-founded, and CEO at a startup building cloud-based data infrastructure for IoT.

Chaired by Anna Rose, Zero Knowledge

How to get there

The Santa Maria (see above pic) is docked right behind the Osaka Aquarium. To get there from Devcon, take a taxi FROM the INTEX Osaka across the street, address 1 Chome-5-102 Nankokita, Suminoe Ward, Osaka, 559-0034, TO the Osaka aquarium. Look for the Ferris wheel to find the ship.

For pirates getting there by public transport, walk to Cosmosquare Station and take the Chuo Line till Osakako Station. From there, it’s a ten-minute walk to the pier, right behind sunset plaza.

Register quickly to save your spot on board!

And in the meantime, learn more about the Streamr Network in this blog post.

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The Santa Maria Sailboat

1-chōme-1-10 Kaigandōri

Minato-ku

Osaka, Osaka 552-0022

Japan

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