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Off-Chain Trusted Compute Overlay testnet for Blockchain Privacy, Scalability and Adaptability.

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Off-Chain Trusted Compute Overlay testnet for Blockchain Privacy, Scalability and Adaptability.

Duration: 01:39:10

Speaker: Sanjay Bakshi, Jean-charles Cabelguen, Andreas Freund, Marley Gray, Anand Pashupathy, Yevgeniy Yarmosh, Lei Zhang, Jim Zhang

Type: Breakout

Expertise: Advanced

Event: Devcon 5

Date: Oct 2019

During Devcon 4 we introduced potential for Trusted Compute as an option for addressing scalability and privacy challenges faced by blockchains. Since then Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has released version 1.0 of Off-chain Trusted Compute specification. As part of the workshop we will introduce an Enterprise Ethereum network connected to EEA compliant Trusted Computing pool; both hosted on Azure cloud. In addition we will demonstrate one sample real-world usage scenario and give examples of more. During the workshop developers will be provided scripts to recreate the setup on their local laptops and guidance on how to create private test setups on Azure cloud. Developers will walk away with background on leveraging Trusted Compute in context of their decentralized applications for addressing privacy, scalability and/or adaptability.



About the speakers


Andreas Freund

Blockchain Swiss Army Knife @Consensys

Blockchain Swiss Army Knife @ConsenSys


Lei Zhang

Security director

Lei ZHANG, Phd, expert on Blockchain and Security. He is currently leading the security team to build a Blockchain based cloud computing at iExec Blockchain Tech, France.He is a member of IEEE, key member of OpenFog Consortium and EEA (Enterprise Ethereum Alliance).His expertise covers Blockchain, Security, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing.He worked previously for Intel, and has multiple US / International Patents on Security and Wireless Communications. He also has a strong research background, he worked as a researcher in INRIA (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique), France; and an invited researcher in NICTA (National ICT of Australian).  He received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Universite de Toulouse, France and NICTA (National ICT of Australia) in 2009. He participated and coordinated several International and European projects on Internet of Things, Cloud computing and Cyber-Security.


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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