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The Promise of Trusted Compute for Ethereum Scalability, Decentralization and Privacy

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The Promise of Trusted Compute for Ethereum Scalability, Decentralization and Privacy

Duration: 00:30:15

Speaker: Sanjay Bakshi, Andreas Freund

Type: Talk

Expertise: Intermediate

Event: Devcon 4

Date: Oct 2018

The Ethereum community has well known reservations about Trusted Compute and support those concerns. As Ethereum is becoming the dominant chain, scalability, decentralization and privacy will be the most important challenges. With the emergence of technologies such as PoS, Plasma and increasing use of staking and voting as design tenets, we believe Trusted Compute designed and deployed with decentralization as the objective can play a significant supporting role in not only preserving but also extending and democratizing the promise of decentralization. The presentation and related demonstrations are designed to engage with and trigger conversations within the Ethereum  community on the relevance of Trusted Compute.

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Andreas Freund

Blockchain Swiss Army Knife @Consensys

Blockchain Swiss Army Knife @ConsenSys

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Sanjay Bakshi

Lead and Director Blockchain Scalability and Privacy

Directing Blockchain Scalability, Privacy and Security initiative at Intel with focus on Ethereum. I am excited about Blockchain’s promise of P2P trust and challenging centralized web constructs revolutionizing all web interactions with monetization at scale. I am passionate about putting users in control of their online lives in a collaborative manner with the cloud. If you have an idea around Blockchain + Trust + Privacy, I am all ears.

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