Join us for a Chainlink Meet Up as a Side event of the Avalanche Summit on May 3 from 5 PM to 6 PM in Barcelona.
Followed by a Happy Hour from 6 PM - 9 PM
Chainlink Labs is organizing a meetup where the BUILD program will be presented, and attendees will have the chance to learn about three projects that are part of this program. During the event, the featured projects will share their experiences and demonstrate their innovative solutions built using Chainlink's decentralized technology. This is a valuable opportunity for developers to discover the potential of the BUILD program and connect with other professionals in the industry.
Lit Lab Games:
LitLab Games is AAA video game publisher with strong focus in esports and led by experts in the video game, esports and web3 industries that just released CyberTitans, their first multiplayer strategy video game for PC and mobile backed by blockchain technology and a crypto-based economy.
LitLab Games was present in DreamHack Valencia, one of the biggest gaming events in Europe
(+70k visitors) where more than 550 gamers had the chance to try CyberTitans in only 3 days.
The Brickken Token Suite is designed to simplify digital asset tokenization, making it easy for companies to raise funds and connect with the digital investment community without intermediaries. Providing a seamless experience for companies looking to tokenize and self-manage their digital assets, the platform includes state-of-the-art features such as:
- Investor Identity Verification Management
- Investor Management Tool
- Earnings Distribution
- Funds Treasuries Management
- Token Workflow Automations
- Real-time Analytics
The MEV-Resistant Decentralized Exchange.
The Krypton DEX aims to provide the best trade execution, meaning the trade you want at a cost that makes sense.
Krypton achieves that by using a unique peer-to-peer matching engine that executes orders as continuous flows (rather than in single chunks), and so they solve the issues of MEV and adverse selection in a fully decentralized context.
Currently, DeFi trading is extremely expensive compared to both traditional finance and centralized crypto exchanges. That’s partly because computational limits in the early days of smart contract blockchains prevented the use of sophisticated order book systems, giving rise to simplistic but less computationally intensive Automated Market Makers (AMMs). These were an incredibly important zero-to-one innovation for DeFi trading, but their lower computational footprint came at the cost of economic efficiency– evidenced by the front-running and adverse selection that users have come to know as slippage and impermanent loss. Both are typically realized in the form of MEV.