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Alpha SDK’s Custom Transactions, Lisk Framework’s Flexibility, and Quantum Computing — Key Takeaways from WAD 2019
WeAreDevelopers (WAD) is one of the biggest developer events taking place around the globe. This year, the conference was organized in Berlin, Germany. Between June 6 and 7, thousands of developers and IT professionals descended on the CityCube exhibit hall to network, collaborate, and, most importantly, share their collective knowledge about how to move the industry forward.
Lisk made its appearance on two different stages. First, our Head of Development Maciej Baj gave developers a sneak peek of our Alpha SDK. Next up, Max took part in a panel discussion about the future of blockchain with Eric Demuth, CEO of BitPanda and Dr. Alexandra Mikityuk, Head of Blockchain Technology & Co-Founder of Blockchain Group T-Labs. Altogether, hundreds of developer attendees turned out to hear about Lisk. Today, I will give you a rundown of what Lisk presented and some of the topics discussed at the conference.
Maciej’s Alpha SDK live demo included detail on setup, customizing blockchain parameters, and registering custom transactions
Our Head of Development, Maciej Baj spoke to a room full of developers about the first version of our upcoming blockchain-building toolkit. Maciej picked up where Rachel’s Alpha SDK keynote left off at Consensus Construct stage in New York. His presentation included a live demo, walking developers through the features of our upcoming product by explaining in detail how to setup the Alpha SDK, customize a blockchain parameter, and finally how to register a custom transaction.
During the demo a custom “cash back” transaction was added to the network. Each time a sender sends a “cash back” transaction, an extra amount (10% in the showcased example) will appear on the sender’s account.
So if you have 30 tokens in ...
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