This update is from Aventus Network – Medium
Hello to all, we’re delighted to share our November update!
As part of our commitment to growing awareness within the ticketing and live entertainment industry for the open-source Aventus Protocol, we were pleased to attend the 8th FutureTix Ticketing Symposium which took place in Miami, 11th-13th November. The event gathers many important names in the ticketing industry and we were happy to attend in a sponsor, delegate and panellist capacity. Steve Machin represented Aventus on the “A Look Towards The Future: Ticketing of Tomorrow panel session, debating the industry’s current and future technology, along with speakers from Ticketmaster, Patron Technology and LockData.
Ask Me Anything
November’s AMA saw Andy Grant, CTO of Artos Systems which is developing the Aventus Protocol, answer the community’s technical questions. We encourage you to continue to engage with us and use our Telegram group, Twitter, Reddit or LinkedIn to ask away, followed by #AventusAMA.
We are committed to sharing technical know-how and providing thought leadership and as part of this commitment, we are publishing a series of tech-oriented articles. Authors include Alexandre Pinto, Blockchain developer for Artos Systems who has talked about the Token Bonding Curves, Price Functions for TBC. His latest article collects together some of his personal notes on ZK-STARKs.
If you’d like to see more tech-heavy content in the future, please leave a comment on this post.
Our friends at Artos Systems, who are researching and developing the Aventus Protocol, conducted an internal hackathon where they brainstormed ideas, features, functions and applications, all with a focus on solutions for current issues or obstacles in their work. These were then presented at the end of the hackathon and were all very well received.
We will talk in more detail about the results in a different post — keep your eyes peeled!
Ticketing on Blockchain
One of our goals is to engage with open source and ticketing developers, in order to get a community of developers familiar with our technology. We encourage questions and open communication, considering this is the best way forward that leads to greater adoption.
With this in mind, we have created a LinkedIn group called Ticketing on Blockchain where we hope to see more interested professionals.
If you would like to be engaged in such conversations, please don’t hesitate to request to join.
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