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HODL to Hacks - How to protect crytpocurrencies from cyber criminals

  • 555 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA (map)

David Packham will be speaking on Optimism and challenges for the EOS blockchain, he will be addressing issues with governance, arbitration, RAM and RAM hording. Followed by a short Q&A.

Our keynote will be Ken Holder, CTO of Keepkey hardware wallet.
From Mt. Gox to the present, Hodlers, investors, and blockchain professionals alike have been plagued by malicious malware and devious hackers. These devastating experiences all lead to the same problem, protecting ones private keys in the most effective and secure manner. Multiple solutions evolved from this problem: online wallets, paper wallets, mobile wallets, exchanges, and hardware wallets have all emerged on the other side and each option has its own utility in the industry, but hardware wallets standout as the most advantageous for security. Tonight, we will be hearing from Ken Holder the co-founder of KeepKey to demonstrate a new advanced Hardware wallet which can help you safely secure your private keys for over 36 difference cryptocurrencies. The hardware wallet also has real ease of use due to its browser integration. Come learn what else is new about this hardware wallet, followed by a Q&A.

At the event we will also be holding a RAFFLE for several free KeepKeys! So be sure to come before 7pm to get a raffle ticket before the drawing. If you would like the chance to win a free wallet and learn more about its functions come join use at DLA Piper at 555 Mission Street, San Francisco.