Fintech storm and smart contracts

Fintech Storm is providing a full day workshop for developers to learn the basics of smart contracts.

The event ‘Distributed Ledger & Smart Contracts’ will be a training course for those interested in understanding the code of smart contracts as well as other distributed ledger technologies. Some of the courses include recognizing the differences between Ethereum and other blockchains, understanding the use of Oracles, and how to use Solidity programming language.

“Between the 7 speakers, they will cover a gamut of technologies from Ethereum Smart Contracts, Solidity, Bigchain DB and also a practical perspective from a Developer at a bank which has built a blockchain application for Digital Wallet internally,” Fintech Storm states in their press release.

This is not just a usual sit and listen conference. Developers will have a hands-on experience by participating in building decentralized applications. Throughout the day, attendees will be trained by Edward Ruchevits (former Ethereum contract programmer), Thomas Bertani (Founder and CEO of Oraclize), Marc Simpson (Distinguished Engineer for Royal Bank of Scotland), and Dr. Dimitri De Jonghe (core developer for BigchainDB). Developers will also hear from Dr. Marc Pilkington (Chief Trainer - Zero Field Labs), Eddy Travia (CEO Coinsilium), and Arifa Khan (CEO Zero Field Labs).

Fintech Storm has successfully held more than 30 events all around the world focusing on Blockchain training. Upcoming events will take place in Geneva, Switzerland and New Delhi, India.

This all-day event will be held on September 5 at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London.

New Hampshire native, Danielle Meegan, is a writer based in Los Angeles. She has been published in a couple of sports and entertainment magazines and newspapers throughout the years and has dabbled with multiple virtual currency exchanges to understand the 'ins and outs' of trading. Danielle has invested in over 15 different virtual currencies, including Ether.
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