The Blockchain Society's Monthly Coding Workshop @ 416Direct

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With the increasing popularity of blockchain technology in the industry today, there comes a desire to always be ahead of the curve.  At The Blockchain Society Monthly Coding Workshops, our team is able to assemble a team of industry professionals and coding experts who are able to bring those in attendance up to speed on some of the hottest tech to hit the blockchain space.

Earlier this month The Blockchain Society hosted November’s Monthly Coding Workshop at 416 Direct, a co-working hub in the middle of Toronto’s bustling Kensington Market. After opening remarks from Shyft and The Blockchain Society, two informative coding workshops were led by MLG and BUMO respectively.

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Yuan Su is the Managing Director of Marley Consulting Group. Yuan has 15 years of hands-on development experience, ranging from machine learning model research to big data applications. Yuan has been involved in various blockchain asset projects as developers, advisors and managers. He lead BUMO’s coding workshop at The Blockchain Society’s Monthly Coding Workshop at 416 Direct.

BUMO is a next-generation commercial-grade public Blockchain for ubiquitous and trusted value transfer, which is aimed to build a decentralized application ecosystem featured with extensive digital trust, free-flowing value and public-sharing apps. Digital trust is the linkage of virtual world and the real one.

Shyft is building a blockchain-based ecosystem that allows for the secure and private sharing of data for industries, governments, and consumers. Shyft’s ecosystem helps to streamline and reduce the amount of individual records that need to be collected while allowing for data monetization and the secure transfer of verified, encrypted attested data.

Be sure to attend our upcoming Blockchain Society Monthly Coding Workshop at 416 Direct on December 6th!

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Aaron Ballantyne