About this webinar
At this event hosted by SKALE, the founders of OpenSea, Torus and John Wolff, a developer on Japan’s first and largest blockchain games such as Brave Frontiers Heroes, get together to discuss their favorite ways to build, trade and store rare digital assets in 2020.
They will explore the different token standards (ERC-721 vs ERC-1155), how to best handle vast amounts of transactions, and what the future of NFT looks like, and will discuss with SKALE’s Christine Perry best approaches to scaling.
6:00 PM - 6:10PM PST - Meet & greet and intro + initial questions
6:10PM - 6:25 PM PST - Lightning demos (5 mins each)
6:25 PM- 7:05 PM PST - Panel discussion
7:05 PM- 7:15 PST : Q & A from audience
SKALE is an elastic blockchain network that gives developers the ability to easily provision highly configurable fully decentralized chains that are instantly compatible with Ethereum. SKALE chains can execute sub-second block times, run up to 2,000 tps per chain, and run full-state smart contracts in addition to decentralized storage, execute Rollups, and machine learning in EVM.
Speaker - Christine Perry, VP Solutions Engineering, SKALE Labs
Christine manages the customer success journey both pre and post-sales. This includes developing custom integrations, prototypes, delivering technical workshops and working with dApp developers and leading ecosystem growth projects.
OpenSea is the largest decentralized marketplace for blockchain-based digital assets, which includes game items, collectibles, event tickets, domain names, and digital art. We partner with developers to build customized marketplace for their NFT projects, and are currently the primary marketplace for many of the top blockchain games.
Speaker - Devin Finzer
Devin Finzer is the CEO and co-founder of OpenSea. Devin has a background in software engineering at Google and Pinterest, and sold his previous company to Credit Karma.
doublejump.tokyo is the creator of Japan's largest--and globally one of the most successful--blockchain games, MyCryptoHeroes (MCH). Since MCH doublejump has expanded their resume of blockchain titles and most recently released Brave Frontier Heroes (BFH), a hybrid title with the famous game "Brave Frontier". Levering an innate knack for game development, doublejump is adapting traditional games and mechanics to the blockchain world via NFTs and innovative game economies.
Speaker - John Wolff
John Wolff is an independent Overseas Operations manager for Japanese game companies like doublejump.tokyo and previously Good Luck 3, Inc.
With a background as an independent game developer with industry experience, data scientist and also fluent in Japanese, John has been navigating the (blockchain) gaming industry in countries such as the US, Japan, and Finland.
Torus provides one-click logins for dApps. Users are able to log onto dApps with their Google, Facebook, Reddit, Discord and Twitch accounts in a single step, there are no registration nor installations required, and is the same process for both first time and returning users. Additionally, they can send any ERC20 and ERC721 tokens to Google emails, Reddit usernames and Discord IDs, regardless of whether the recipient has logged into Torus before.
Speaker - Yong Zhen Yu
Prior to Torus, Zhen was a researcher with a focus on scalability and state channels. He led Peace Bridge funded by both the Ethereum Foundation and ETC Cooperative. He also has a background in software engineering at Visa and Accenture.
SKALE is an elastic blockchain network that gives developers the ability to easily provision highly configurable fully decentralized chains that are instantly compatible with Ethereum. SKALE chains can execute sub-second block times, run up to 2,000 tps per chain, and run full-state smart contracts
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