August 9-11, 2020 | Edcon 2020 Online

EDCON (Community Ethereum Development Conference) is a non-profit global Ethereum conference that happens once a year in different countries, and it is mainly committed to serving the Ethereum ecosystem, boosting the communication and interaction of Ethereum communities worldwide.

EDCON is a community-supported event organized by LinkTime, Unitimes, ETHPlanet, and other Ethereum communities and with the spirit of sharing and mutual growth, it received strong support from Ethereum Foundation, various communities, and many other contributors in this space, as is manifest in EDCON 2017 Paris, EDCON 2018 Toronto, and EDCON2019 Sydney. Together with the help of our supporters, EDCON has made a large influence in its previous years, and we hope this year’s event will be even more significant.

This year, in early February, the organisers decided to cancel EDCON Vienna due to the impact that the COVID-19 crisis has had on the world and were hoping that the event could be resumed sometime soon. And now it’s time.

While the online conference is certainly not the same as meeting people in real life, it will be the first time that all the EDCON keynotes and sessions will be made publicly available, without any charge, and everyone who is interested in Ethereum technology or blockchain in general is welcome to join us.

Speakers include: 

  • Vitalik Buterin, Founder of Ethereum
  • Hsiao-Wei Wang, Core Researcher, Ethereum Foundation
  • Danny Ryan. Core Researcher, Ethereum Foundation
  • William Mougayar, Managing Partner, JM3 Capital
  • Emin Gün Sirer, Founder & CEO, AVA Labs, Inc.
  • Camila Russo, Founder of The Defiant
  • Stani Kulechov, Founder and CEO of Aave
  • TM Lee, Co-founder & CEO at CoinGecko
  • Afri Schoedon, Blockchain Operations, Byzantine Fault
  • Vlad Zamfir, Researcher at the Ethereum Foundation and Casper Labs
  • Muneeb Ali, CEO and Co-founder of Blockstack PBC
  • Hayden Adams, Founder of Uniswap
  • Carolin Wend, Director of Mintbase
  • Ryan Park, Founder, Everett Protocol