Engage in DSF joint research initiatives, student-industry exchanges, hackathons, and working groups and get complimentary entry to DSF seminars and varying event passes.
Ongoing and Upcoming Events
The 3rd International Workshop on Cryptoasset Analytics (CAAW) is a premier gathering for researchers across various academic disciplines. It focuses on the latest findings in cryptoasset analytics and related ecosystems. The workshop is an interdisciplinary platform, bridging the gap between technology and cross-cutting issues like law, ethics, and security.
DLT Science Foundation (DSF), in collaboration with The HBAR Foundation Sustainable Impact Fund, proudly introduces the DLT Climate Hackathon! This is an exciting event is an opportunity to empower developers, researchers, and climate enthusiasts to explore and refine the methods for tracking and mitigating climate change.
The DSF recently facilitated a unique learning experience at the prestigious ESCP Business School.
The DLT Science Foundation recently hosted the 'Decentralised AI Roundtable'. This symposium, held in London with an online attendance option, merged the expertise of industry leaders and academic researchers, and presented a platform for a discussion and a series of presentations about Decentralised AI and its emerging applications.
Join our 2023 Blockchain Terminology Challenge! We aim to standardise Blockchain whitepaper terminology. Deliver a taxonomy document, label 100 whitepapers, and help shape the industry's linguistic future.
The DLT Science Foundation hosted a workshop in Puerto Rico in collaboration with Evolving Space, where experts delved into the multifaceted world of blockchain technology, unpacking its complexities and potential impacts across various sectors.
The DLT Science Foundation hosted a Metaverse panel discussion that brought together experts from various fields to explore the evolving landscape of education in the metaverse. This virtual environment, powered by emerging technologies like AI and blockchain, presents a new frontier for learning and teaching. However, it raises crucial questions about integrating digital and physical realities in education.