We are excited to be teaming up with some of the leading minds in the decentralized web space to host two workshops in Prague during blockchain week.

On Wednesday, October 31st at 6pm, we are inviting folks interested in the emerging field of token engineering to join us together with Doug Petkanics, Michael Zargham, and Slava Balasanov to chat about token engineering fundamentals, the role of inflation, and to explore mechanisms to establish price stability in crypto economies.

Our second workshop centered around decentralized identity will kick off on Thursday, November 1st at 6pm, and will feature among many researchers the team behind the TPL protocol. Among other things, the plan is to explore fundamental properties of identity systems, and how to reconcile a globally shared identity layer in a fragmented landscape.

The format for both workshops will emphasize active discussion over presentation so we will keep it informal and intimate. Each workshop will kick off at 6 pm and end at 8 pm, so there will be enough time to catch dinner and explore Prague afterwards. However we too will make sure participants will not go hungry or thirsty while at the workshop venue.

So if this sounds interesting and you are keen to contribute to either the conversation on token engineering or identity, then we’d love to have you join us. To get started all you need to do is to fill in this form, and we’ll be in touch. For each workshop we currently have 15 open seats and will cap the total number of participants at 40. Location and further details will be shared with participants through a calendar invite we will send out well in advance.

We are currently planning to have some form of recording or streaming available, so the insights of the conversations can be shared with the wider community.

In case you have any questions please ping us at community@blueyard.com or on twitter. Please also note our event code of conduct.