On the 5th, 6th and 7th of March, Asseth (Ethereum Association) is organizing the second edition of EthCC : Ethereum Community Conference. For the second year running the CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers) will welcome more than 300 international speakers in 5 auditoriums. The series of conferences and workshops aim to bring together and strengthen the international Ethereum community.
The multiple conferences are organized around topics such as Governance, Security, dApps (decentralized applications), Decentralized Finance, Web 3.0, and will inform participants about the latest technical advances.
There will also be workshops where participants can, for example, learn how to code their first decentralized application.
EthCC makes a point of being totally inclusive. The conferences target the most advanced and experienced developers and researchers in the ecosystem but also newcomers with a series of conferences from “Zero to Hero”.
“This is a unique opportunity to be in direct contact with more than 300 leading international perpetrators in the most dynamic ecosystem of the blockchain, whilst leaving room for the French know-how.” Jérôme de Tychey, Asseth’s President.
As indicated in the name, EthCC is a community and non-commercial event, organized by Asseth (a non-profit organisation). Asseth’s purpose is to promote, develop, and allow as many people as possible to use the Ethereum blockchain. The founding members share a common passion for this technology and have very diverse profiles. In 2018 Asseth organized more than 24 meetups in France.
The event is open to everyone. The price should not be an obstacle and we distribute free tickets for students. The budget of EthCC is transparent (cf report of the first edition: https://medium.com/@jdetychey/ethcc-balancing-the-budget-of-a-community-conference-ae68198c2e eb )
EthCC 2019 is also part of Paris Blockchain Week which will be taking place from 4 to 10 March 2019, for more info please check the website: https://blockchainweek.fr/
More information on : http://EthCC.io