Weekend Update: This Week’s Round-up of Remote Blockchain Learning Resources

By November 6, 2020 Blog, Weekend Update

Welcome to the Weekend Update. Our goal with this weekly post is to share quick updates about online education, networking and collaboration opportunities and resources for the open source enterprise blockchain community. 

If you have suggestions for resources or events that we should spotlight in a future Weekend Update, let us know here using #HLWeekendUpdate. 

Open Source Strategy Forum 2020 (November 12-13)

Open Source Strategy Forum (OSSF) is the only conference dedicated to driving collaboration and innovation in financial services through open source software and standards. It brings together experts across financial services, technology, and open source to engage the community in stimulating and thought-provoking conversations about how to best (and safely) leverage open source software to solve industry challenges. This year’s virtual event will take place November 12-13. 

On Thursday, November 12 at 11:55 am EST, Hyperledger’s Karen Ottoni will take the OSSF stage with Makoto Takemiya of Soramitsu to discuss “Open source blockchain’s emerging role as the platform for digital currencies.”

Find out how to register for Open Source Strategy Forum 2020 here.

Open Climate Collabathon Call to Action

The Open Climate Collabathon is an open event mobilizing a global network of universities, civic tech groups, startups and youth to crowd-develop an integrated climate accounting platform, designed to help the world track and achieve the goals of the Paris climate agreement by leveraging state-of-the-art digital technologies. 

Traditionally, the most important Collabathan event of the year happens in November when the UNFCCC hosts the Conference of the Parties (COP). Since COP26 was postponed, the Open Climate Collobathan is organizing a global sprint running virtually from November 9-23. The sprint is as part of a “movement of movements” to ensure 2020 maintains an active climate policy and action agenda. It will be a bottom-up event to engage thousands of participants to collaborate on key prompts via open dialogs and hacking sessions.

Find out how to get involved here.

Recent Research – Smart Contract Reliability Report

Researchers from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, in cooperation with colleagues from the University of Coimbra, were authors of the research paper Using Fault Injection to Assess Blockchain Systems in Presence of Faulty Smart Contracts that appeared in IEEE Access.

Virtual Meetups

See the full Virtual Meetup schedule here