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An introduction to the world of Blockchains, its components and why it may change the world. An quick guide into terminology from blocks, transactions and signatures up to the basic building block of the blockchain protocol that gives meaningfulness to the entire stack.

All you need to know when setting up up your company in Germany. Tips&Tricks from legal, employment laws, tax and corporate taxation. Presented from an engineer that went through it all, founded half a duzend of companies and joint ventures in the last 5 years.

Blockchain Technologie. Hype or Hope? Where does it make sense? Why itโ€™s often applied the wrong way and what characteristics are unique to blockchain.

In particular, this presentation compares blockchain systems with regular databases with respect to consistency, distribution, authentication, provenance, verification, consensus, immutability and autonomy.

What โ€œdecentralizedโ€ actually means and what it take for a blockchain system to become decentralized. In many cases, people refer to decentralization in vague terms and often neglect the fact that it is based on a multi-dimensional variable. In fact, itโ€™s meaning is not concisely defined at all.

In the past, what has often be considered is the so called Nakamoto index, which, however, is mostly based on technological aspects.

In this presentation, weโ€™ve shown the various aspects that need to be considered when going decentralized

How to built autonomous companies base on the building blocks of modern blockchain systems. But what does it take to build a company on the blockchain? How similar are these to regular companies and where are the differences? What needs to be considered when building one from legal point of view? Can a decentralized system even make profit and if so, what can be done with it?

These any many more questions are addressed in this presentation and should provide the audience with sufficient material to construct a decentralized company on paper.

Blockchain Technologie. Hype or Hope? Where does it make sense? Why itโ€™s often applied the wrong way and what characteristics are unique to blockchain.

In particular, this presentation compares blockchain systems with regular databases with respect to consistency, distribution, authentication, provenance, verification, consensus, immutability and autonomy.

An introduction to the world of Blockchains, its components and why it may change the world.

This gives an introduction for non-technical audience and illustrates graphically and with easy examples in what way Blockchain systems are quire unique and offer functionality that can improve almost anyoneโ€™s business.

An introduction to autonomous companies and the BitShares blockchain, itโ€™s unique features and why it is the first of itโ€™s kind w.r.t. an autonomous business.

As one of the first DACs, BitShares provided quite some insights into the possibilities and No-goes as it developed over time.

How a secure and public accounting system for BitSharesโ€™ worker proposal system has been developed and operated.

As one of the core developers of this system, we provided insights into the internal accounting structure, the operations that took place on the chain, the transparency provided, in particular with the accounting part, as well as some security aspects, such as multi-signature account security.

As the core developer of python-bitshares, we present here some history, architectural decisions and example uses cases for this library.

In contrast to many bitcoin libraries, the python-bitshares library is quite feature complete and can be used to build almost any automation on top of the BitShares blockchain as well as similar systems based on Graphene.

Decentralized Autonomous Systems - The Age of Blockchain Technologies and why we are close to SkyNet. What is needed to build a DAC, itโ€™s components and what makes it profitable in the end.

An introduction to the cryptography used by Blockchain Technologies. ECDSA, ECDH and quite some math from continuous domain into discrete domain and why that all matters for blockchains.

An introduction to the world of Blockchains, its components and why it may change the world.

Python, API, and Piston. The dream tools for a developer building on Steem and Hive.