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    • Blockchain Regulatory Framework

      Can you provide us with the current blockchain regulatory framework in your country?

      Can blockchain systems comply with privacy regulations?

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    • Decentralized Conference 2019
      Who is coming at the main Decentralized Conference in Athens? We are organizing a huge chapters' gathering with all members worldwide. The conference is taking place on October 30 - November 1.
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    • Decentralized Nicosia Chapter
      Chapters On Wednesday 7th March 2018, the Decentralized Nicosia Chapter powered the largest Startup Europe Week event in Cyprus with the theme: The Fourth Industrial Revolution: How Blockchain Technology and Crypto Currencies are Disrupting our Life. 200+ people attend the presentation delivered by 10 world-class speakers.
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    • Decentralized Ontario Chapter
      The Decentralized Ontario Chapter brings together blockchain enthusiasts and professionals in the greater Central Ontario area. The Central Ontario Chapter is hosted and supported by Georgian College in Barrie Ontario. Georgian, works with industry and community partners to offer relevant, cutting-edge curriculum, quality work placements and co-op experiences with top employers. The focus of this chapter is to build a community of like minded individuals that share a common passion in the space of digital currencies and blockchain technology. We invite college and university learners especially those from Georgian to participate in understanding and help shape the future of education that this industrial revolution that will surely impact all industries in the near future. Georgian College invites industry participants to further participate in this conversation and interact with our learners and faculty helping shape future credential education in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency. Please join the chapter by submitting a request to join. Our first meeting will be held in November 2019. Meetings will be held at: Georgian College One Georgian Dr., Barrie ON L4M 3X9 | 705.728.1968 Decentralized 2019 Discount Code: DC19ON10
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    • Decentralized Raleigh, North Carolina Chapter
      The Decentralized Raleigh, NC Chapter brings together blockchain enthusiasts and professionals in the greater Raleigh area.   <strong>If you are interested in participating at the Decentralized Conference 2019, take advantage of your Chapter discount using the code: DC19COK10</strong> Decentralized 2019 Discount Code: DC19NC10
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    • Decentralized Vancouver Chapter
      The Decentralized Vancouver Chapter brings together blockchain enthusiasts and professionals in the greater Vancouver area.   <strong>If you are interested in participating at the Decentralized Conference 2019, take advantage of your Chapter discount using the code: DC19COK10</strong> Decentralized 2019 Discount Code: DC19VBC10 Decentralized Vancouver launch party The last meeting was held on May 27, 2019 Time: 17:30-20:00 Location: #300 - 128 West Hastings Street · Vancouver, BC For more details and to sign-up for the event, visit us here: http://meetu.ps/e/Gxhcg/fmybv/f
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    • Libra Facebook Coin
      Libra is built on an open-source blockchain called the Libra Blockchain featuring its own proof-of-stake protocol. The Libra mission is to reinvent money and transform the global economy so people everywhere can live better lives.

      Did you heard recently for the new coin, Facebook launched?  What do you think is? Is this money? Is it a security? Is Facebook actually taking deposits? Or is it actually a fund?

      Do you think there is a risk with Libra or an opportunity?
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    • Public vs Private Blockchains
      What is the Major difference between the Public and the Private blockchain? Did you ever thought that have to be created a data software in which can lined the transactions between the public and private blockhain? In which use cases do you think are apply to public and which to private blockchain?  
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    • STOs vs ICOs
      What is the difference between STOs and ICOs?  
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