Blockchain (and Monero) for Scrubs
Diego "rehrar" Salazar
Diego introduces the audience to the fundamentals of blockchain, and then makes a case for Monero within that context. By the end, the audience will come away with a better understand of how blockchain functions, it's strengths and weaknesses, and why privacy on an open ledger is important.
The Incognito DEX
Elena, a business developer at Incognito, presents about the Incognito project and their main product - a private, decentralized exchange. She will explain how the Incognito DEX works and what technologies they used to provide privacy. She will show their main achievements since the launch and answer some frequently asked questions.
The Impact of Adoption on Price and Transaction Fees in Monero – Models and Scenarios
Dr. Francisco "ArticMine" Cabañas
Monero uses an adaptive block weight based upon the CryptoNote excess size penalty https://cryptonote.org/whitepaper.pdf, with a penalty free block weight, a short term median over the last 100 blocks, and a long term median over the last 100,000 blocks. This allows Monero to scale by providing the capacity for increases and decreases in the number of transactions. This leads to a very deterministic transaction fee structure, with a trade-off between the rate of growth of the block weight and the transaction fees paid. We will consider various models and scenarios for the impact of adoption on the price and the transaction fees of Monero in terms of inflation adjusted United States Dollars.
Where Monero comes from, what it is, how's different, what's good for, and what its future looks like for the spanish-speaking crowd. / De dónde viene Monero, qué es, cómo es diferente, para qué es útil, y como luce su futuro, para los hispanohablantes.