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Enigma’s recent trips to Berlin and Prague brought us closer together with builders, partners, and our global community. Here’s a summary of our time in Europe, including video and slides of our full Devcon4 presentation!
Hello to the Enigma community! The Enigma team has just returned to their homes and offices across the globe from an incredible time in Europe. From Web3Summit and Devcon4 to all the great meetups in between, it was an ideal opportunity to connect with a whole universe of talented developers and thinkers — as well as to bring the global Enigma development team together for their first working retreat.
Here’s a quick trip report from our travels, complete with video and photos!
Monday, Oct. 22nd —The Enigma team (Can and Fred) arrives for the first day of Web3Summit. We packed our day with meetings and caught up with old friends and potential partners. The conference was just the right size — expansive, but still intimate — and it felt like you could talk to anyone and everyone. We also had a great dinner with thought leaders in the space to discuss the future of the ecosystem (and humanity).
Tuesday, Oct 23rd — Our second day at Web 3 Summit. We spent the morning preparing for our midday Enigma workshop. We were able to attend a few sessions over the course of the day, including Starkware’s presentation on privacy and a session where Gavin Wood went over the Substrate model.
The Enigma session itself was heavily attended, with people standing at the back at the room. Can gave a brief introduction to the project to set the stage, and Fred went into a technical deep-dive of the Enigma network. The crowd was extremely engaged and asked very relevant questions, which we ...
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