Trustless Hackathon Brighton and Official launch to UK NXT Meetups
Connected Innovation Hub alongside it’s a hosting partner of the Trustless Hack, the Digital Catapult Centre Brighton are excited to see what ideas and projects come about as this area fits very much within its theme of the Internet of Place. The Internet of Place is IoT + People + Context whereby we explore practical, tangible use cases of IoT and other technologies, like Blockchain and 5G from a design-led approach with the aim of enabling SMEs to capture value and create new business models, products and services.
Connected Innovation Hub will be managing the Hackathon (Trustless Hack) on the 11th of March 2016, The goal of the Event will be to use Codius Smart Contracts and the NXT Blockchain API’s.
Key areas specifically that the organisers are looking forward to seeing how ideas around how to enable trust between the parties that share data? How do you ensure each party has a fair share? How do you create new business relationships between sectors that have never engaged before?
Opening presentation to the Trustless Hack is the presentation of the Groovix Hybrid Blockchain Storage and Discovery network.
The Digital Catapult Centre Brighton are always happy to host new and exciting meetups and is therefore pleased to host the first UK NXT Meetup in the Fusebox space!
The NXT Meetup is the very first to ever be hosted in the UK and will be hosted after the Trustless Hack event and will be introducing Members of the NXT Foundation via Web link up along side presentation of Projects and future releases of NXT Blockchain functions.
In the NXT Meetup a stealth project will be discussed which is called Stealth it not determined what sector or industry it services other than it can be an industry standard by choice of companies and will mitigate against 100s of millions USD in fraud per year alongside protecting companies digital and corporate identity.
The Digital Catapult Centre Brighton is a collaborative R&D lab in the heart of Brighton. Launched in March this year, the centre is a government funded initiative, led by Coast to Capital LEP in collaboration with the core delivery partners – the University of Brighton and Wired Sussex along with other stakeholders that include Gatwick Airport, American Express and the University of Sussex. The centre will be delivering a range of innovative projects, designed to be accessible to start-ups and SMEs to use and learn from. The Centre will work across the whole Coast to Capital region which includes West Sussex, Lewes and Brighton & Hove.
Connected Innovation Hub brings together Thought Leaders, Innovators, Regulators, Government Departments and NGO’s to identify technologies and services that can make a real difference to various industries around the world.
Contact: Nick Grove