InterPlanetary Consensus (IPC) is a transformative blockchain architecture that enables planetary-scale performance by introducing the innovative concept of blockchains within blockchains. This pioneering approach creates infinitely scalable networks, forming dynamic tree networks of recursive blockchains, or "subnets." IPC's mission is to bridge the performance and usability gap between Web2 and Web3, powering a decentralized planetary-scale economy with unmatched speed and functionality comparable to centralized systems. For additional details, please visit: https://istanbul.ipc.space.
Location: 5th Floor - Fuji 1 - Swissôtel
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Come and mingle with the best minds in the Web3 industry!
Our Vision of Web3 Scalability with IPC
Speaker: Juan Benet, CEO of Protocol Labs. In this talk Juan will address the issue of scalability in decentralized systems. He will highlight the current limitations of blockchains in handling vast amounts of data and computational power, hindering the development of decentralized variants of major applications like Twitter, Facebook, and Gmail. By drawing attention to the vision and goals of Web3, which aims to provide user-friendly, resilient, and open alternatives to centralized applications, allowing users to own their data and participate in self-governance, Benet will underscore the urgent need for scalable solutions. He will explore how overcoming these scalability challenges is paramount to unlocking a revolutionary set of applications for the future, fully realizing the potential of Web3.
InterPlanetary Consensus: Scaling Web3 for Devs
Speaker: Parth Pathak, General Manager of IPC. This talk will describe how InterPlanetary Consensus (IPC) is a transformative blockchain stack that enables planetary-scale performance by introducing the pioneering approach of recursively scalable blockchains, with <1s transactions, infra-level compute workloads, and customizable runtime modules. This pioneering approach creates infinitely scalable networks, forming dynamic tree networks of recursive blockchains, or "subnets." IPC's mission is to bridge the performance and usability gap between Web2 and Web3, powering a decentralized planetary-scale economy with unmatched speed and functionality comparable to centralized systems.
A closer look at the IPC Stack
Speaker: Raul Kirpalani, CTO of IPC. In this keynote, we're going to dive into the world of IPC, exploring where it's headed and the exciting possibilities for the future. We'll cover the basic tech that IPC is built on, look at current market trends, and discuss the existing tech limits. Together, we'll imagine the new kinds of applications that could become possible with advancements in IPC and talk about the essential research required to make this vision a reality. It’s all about understanding IPC better and getting ready for the amazing opportunities that lie ahead!
IPC compared to other blockchain scaling solution
Speaker: Marko Vukolic, ConsensusLab Lead. In this talk, we position IPC comparing to different scaling approaches found in literature, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other smaller ecosystems.
IPC M2.5: Fendermint and Mycelium Testnet launch
Speaker: Alfonso de la Rocha, Research Engineer @ Protocol Labs. In this talk, Alfonso will introduce M2.5, the latest version of IPC, featuring a new Rust-written stack. He will cover enhancements in subnet management and stack security and unveil a new testnet to assist developers in deploying applications directly to IPC, leveraging its improved capabilities. Also, we will announce Myceilum, a new Filecoin L2 for high-performance, high-volume web3 applications.
How to build a fully decentralized on-chain game?
Speaker: Paul Gadi, founder of OP Games. Today's on-chain games are defined by the strengths and weaknesses of their underlying technology. This has steered game development towards heavily emphasizing digital assets and in-game economies. In this presentation, we'll delve into how the future of blockchain gaming will evolve as IPC ushers in a new era of scalability and interoperability for game creators.
👨💻 Workshop: Deploying smart contracts on IPC
Location: Montreaux, 5th floor. Facilitator: Longfei Wang, Developer Advocate, PL. In this workshop, we will teach the basics of smart contracts development on IPC, including deploying existing smart contracts on IPC subnet, using Mycelium Testnet, and interactions between subnets.
Scaling Filecoin with IPC
Speaker: Juan Benet, CEO of Protocol Labs. Join Juan Bennett as he explores innovative solutions for scaling the Filecoin network. Learn how integrating IPC architecture can transform Filecoin, enabling the creation of regional subnets to significantly improve consensus times and overall performance. This talk is a must-attend for those looking to optimize their Filecoin experience and understand the future of decentralized storage.
👨💻 Workshop: Deploying IPC subnet
Location: Montreaux, 5th floor. Facilitators: Matt Hamilton, Developer Advocate, PL. In this workshop, we will explain how to deploy the IPC stack on a developer machine to access IPC functionality while building your application.
Lilypad: Unlocking Powerful Distributed Compute
Speaker: Allison Haire, CEO of Lilypad. Join us to explore Lilypad, a groundbreaking "compute over data" platform, designed to transform how developers execute computational tasks. Discover how you can leverage the Lilypad network for efficient, decentralized computing. We'll also unveil two major innovations: the Incentivised Testnet and Lilypad AI Studio. Dive into a world of enhanced business opportunities, exceptional developer experience, and seamless integration with blockchain technology. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this technological leap forward!
Fluence: a decentralized serverless computing
Speaker: Evgeny Ponomarev, founder of Fluence. In this presentation, Evgeny explains Fluence and how developers can use it for decentralized computations. He describes Fluence's technical architecture and how it uses IPC (interplanetary consensus) to scale its blockchain component. Fluence is a global, secure, and scalable serverless platform and computing marketplace. Developers can build and deploy applications on Fluence, where providers compete based on price and performance to serve applications and earn rewards.
⚡️ Verifying Filecoin retrievals at scale
Speaker: Patrick Woodhead, Lab Lead @ Protocol Labs. Spark is a trustless retrieval sampling protocol for Filecoin. When you download Station, you will start running Spark jobs on your home computer, which means you are contributing your resources to improving the Filecoin Network. What's more, Station operators are rewarded for running Spark jobs but, in order to do this at scale, we will require IPC subnets. The Station team is a proud launch partner for IPC as we aim to reward thousands of Station operators for running Spark. In this talk, we will explain how Spark works and how it takes advantage of IPC scaling technology to improve user experience and reduce overhead costs. We will also talk about Meridian, a framework for top-upable block rewards that powers Spark.
⚡️IPC-Based Decentralized Content Delivery Network
Join us in the unveiling of Sinso, a cutting-edge Web3 infrastructure that revolutionizes decentralized data caching and governance services. Discover how Sinso harnesses the power of Interplanetary Consensus (IPC), a robust layered task framework that amplifies blockchain computational capabilities on the Filecoin network.
⚡️ An overview of IPC development
In this lightning talk, Carson Farmer from Tableland will share his notes on his team’s practical experience building IPC subnets.
⚡How to build a fully on-chain poker game with IPC
In this talk, Marko Vucolic, the head of Consensus Labs, will share an exploratory design of the fully on-chain Poker game that takes advantage of IPC subchains and ephemeral chains.
⚡️ How to build a fully on-chain MMO?
In this talk, Juan Benet, CEO of Protocol Labs, will share his vision of building a fully on-chain massive multiplayer online (MMO) games using IPC.
👨💻 Workshop: Using Lilypad with IPC
Location: Montreaux, 5th floor. Facilitator: Richard Blythman, Lilypad. In this workshop, we’ll dive into the Lilypad technicals and give you a hands-on demo on how to use the Lilypad compute network in your decentralized application for running AI, ML, DeSci & other arbitrary compute functionality directly from a smart contract.
⚡️ How to build a fully on-chain productivity app?
In this talk, Mikhail Turilin, product manager for IPC, will share a speculative design of fully on-chain shared document apps.
⚡️ On-chain dataset labeling for AI applications
In this talk, JC Zhang, the founder of MoveSpace, will share his vision on storing ML data labeling on-chain using IPC for increased transparency and shared ownership of data.