Last updated May 24, 2018
I have been sending out links about Blockchain so much lately that I decided to start listing some resources here.
– Blockchain/Distributed Ledger Technology-based SME businesses and advisors
– meets monthly at Alberta Innovates
Alberta Blockchain Consortium
– “Industrial Blockchain”
– meets monthly at The Edison
– mostly investing
– meets weekly at Schanks South
– mostly mining
– meets weekly at Rose & Crown
Blockchain in Calgary – June 6, 2018
Bitcoin Rodeo – Calgary July 9-10, 2018
NRC-IRAP Ethereum Example
Exploring blockchain for better business
January 19, 2018— Ottawa, Ontario
The Gov of Canada has a massive public proactive disclosure database here: http://open.canada.ca/en/search/grants where a small amount of non-confidential information about all of the GoC grants are made public. It often takes a quarter or two before all this information is pulled from various government databases and made public.
This DLT pilot pulls the funded project data from the IRAP system in relative real time (daily) and puts it on an open distributed ledger platform. It is not a smart contract (yet). For now, it is a just a small trial to put pubic information on an Open Distributed Ledger.
Anybody can see the raw data disclosure on the Ethereum blockchain by following the raw information here: https://etherscan.io/address/0xff77e51f2c6473f72392865e0a0000de19af774a
Using what are called “Blockchain Explorers”, one can create a website that shows the information that is recorded on the DLT. E.g.: https://nrc-cnrc.explorecatena.com/ If you sort by date you can see the transactions being posted in 2017 Q4, which started January 1, 2018. And if you click on “Details” you get the public details about the funded projects.
Everybody’s favorite Ethereum playground created by Canadian company Axiom Zen https://www.axiomzen.co/
Government of Canada Blockchain Day April 23 Hackathon April 17-23, 2018
Go to twitter #GCBlockchainDay to find out more
All for now