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EOS - State of dApps

  • Starfish Mission 1535 Mission Street San Francisco United States (map)

**Food & Drinks will be provided!**

Our panelists:

Tray Lewin
Tray founded 3 software companies with $50M+ in sales. He's a full-stack coder with an MBA from MIT. He's technical at heart, but also comfortable negotiating deals. He believes great ideas come from great people. He works with startups accordingly. He was the Global Tech Strategist at Microsoft for 9 years. Now he's putting blockchain tech to work as CTO of Aikon.

Ali Ayyash
Ali is the Founder & CEO of Lumeos building a decentralized social platform on EOS focused on data ownership and privacy. He is a tech entrepreneur with over 6 years of software engineering in Cloud Computing, Distributed Systems and Blockchain.

Prior to Lumeos Ali was a software engineer at Google and Amazon, and was the Co-founder & Lead Engineer at Beetoken where he designed and built one of the early hybrid decentralized applications on Ethereum. He is also a technical advisor for multiple Blockchain startups, and runs a blockchain blog at with publications in Forbes, Hackernoon, Cryptoverze, and Apple News.

Rose Ren
Rose is Cofounder of Obsidian Labs, a Y-combinator-backed company. She has extensive experience in Investment and Public Relations. She was former Marketing Lead of Bodhi, former investment manager of Continue Capital and Danhua Capital. Rose received Bachelor’s degree of Economics and Math from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Brandon Parker, Happy Money Man, EOS SF
Brandon’s background spans biotech, aviation, investment, & business. He started as the youngest helicopter pilot in the US and became a commercial flight instructor. In the Silicon Valley, he was a Cord Blood Education Specialist with the world’s largest private stem cell bank. Brandon is the blockchain Founder of The EOS Podcast, Happy Money Man Media & Steemit San Francisco. He contributed to the launch of EOS Mainnet as a board member for the Tulip Conference. Brandon owns an NCAA National Championship and a degree in Economics.

Ask Them Anything (ATA):

What can we expect to see in 2019?

What dApps are catching fire?

What are your favorite dApps and why?

What dApps should I invest in that will make me rich?

What dApps give out enough rewards so I can quit my job?

What dApps have the best tokenomic models?

What challenges are dApps facing how do companies overcome them?

What is the latest in ICOs and fundraising?

What industries will dApps be most successful and why?

What is happening with the mainnet, sidechains or sisterchains?

How does EOS stack up against other blockchains?

When moon?


Earlier Event: January 30
Indie Hackers SF Meetup - Idea Factory
Later Event: January 31
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