As you may be aware, OneLedger held it’s first Developer Meet-Up in Toronto on February 13, 2019. Despite the cold and stormy weather, the turnout for our event was great.
David Cao, the Founder of OneLedger welcomed the guests to the event with a short speech. “The success of OneLedger relies on the community support and we have been putting a tremendous amount of effort in building a great community by organic means”, said David.
The event started out with a great presentation by Aly Kassam, the Product Manager at OneLedger. He spoke about our vision and discussed several stages of product development.
“OneLedger has interoperability and enterprise connectivity embedded in the network. We would like to bring AI and IoT back”, said Aly. “We are aiming to create something that can be adapted into any blockchain with easily accessible tools”, Aly added.
OneLedger aims to release its Mainnet by the end of Q4 2019. Our team is putting in a lot of work around the clock to push hard to meet the deadlines and execute all the milestones on the roadmap.
Next, was Alex Lan, the Co-Founder and Blockchain R&D at OneLedger. Alex discussed the architecture behind OneLedger and did a quick demonstration of our smart contracts.
“We don't think there will only be one Blockchain that dominates in the future. We definitely think there will be numerous bounded blockchain networks, and OneLedger will connect/exchange the value they provide”, said Alex. He added, “What makes OneLedger so unique is it’s very deeply rooted consensus, and this is going to play an integral role in the future blockchain networks.”
The third and final speaker of our event was Chinmay Patel. Chinmay is the CEO and Founder of BlockX Labs. He mentioned the role of Developers in this new era of technology.
“When you make the process easier for developers to implement the technology into their solutions, the clients will come. You just need to win the vote of one Senior Developer from the client’s team”, said Chinmay.
With this, our event came to an end. The OneLedger team would like to thank everyone who was present at the event, as well the community who has constantly supported us throughout our journey. We hope to see you all at the next event.
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