Engaging content from within and beyond the Stellar Community is set to be virtually delivered and free for everyone. The Agenda for the event is published in the website.
Stellar has a pinned tweet stating: “Save the date — Meridian returns November 16 – 20, 2020! Meridian will bring engaging content and speakers from within and beyond the Stellar community as a virtual experience, free for everyone.”
Denelle Dixon expressed that she can’t wait to bring the Stellar Ecosystem together at the 2nd annual Meridian set to occur in November to further talk about how together we will be able to solve real-world global challenges
The Meridian is expected to serve as a global connection to solve real-world challenges.
Sydney Ifergan, the Crypto Expert, tweeted: “Stellar Lumens (XLM) are clear about their mission of interoperability, and they are carrying their mission forward with virtual agenda like the Meridian scheduled for November 16, 2020, through November 20, 2020.”
Several projects online are trying to solve real-world problems, like putting asset tokenization into practice. Projects about quality social and communication network themed around soccer implementing revenue sharing through users using the Stellar Blockchain. Projects for open source trading bots for the Stellar Universal Marketplace etc. Projects for instant cross-chain and fiat settlements and others.
Stellar Lumens (XLM) Making Money Interoperable
The Jed McCaleb story is doing the rounds through You Tube. The event covers for Founding Stellar and Ripple, about the journey from eDonkey to Mt. Gox, spectrum of decentralization, scaling debate, and privacy and fungibility.
Jed McCaleb, recently stated, I think people kind of lump cryptocurrency into one big category, but really it is kind of each of these can do lots of different things with.
Bitcoin is trying to solve one problem, and Stellar is solving a different problem, and so when you are building technology, it is better to build a technology that is specifically trying to solve a problem you are trying to solve rather than trying to make something that solves everything. You end up in a kind of mess that does not solve anything.
You want to tailor it and make it designed specifically for the thing that you are trying to do. And, in Stellar’s case, that is kind of trying to be the kind of cross-border universal payment network, where it is essentially like a communication layer and adaptive layer to different networks and protocols making money interoperable
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