In parallel to the Cardano Summit, Kryptovaluta Norge, a Norwegian social media group, hosted the Oslo Cardano Summit with the support of the Cardano Foundation. Iagon was fortunate to present on the second day of the event with Trym Bruset, Algorithm Developer, and David Garner, Communications Officer, leading the presentation.
They introduced Iagon and our goals of opening cloud computings solutions to all. Furthermore, they introduced our new concept, the Agora platform, a decentralized public file sharing system, which is being developed with the support of the Cardano Foundation.
The organiser of the event, Thomas Lindseth, was pleased with how everything went down and shared the following with our team:
“I am pleased with how the event went, knowing how little time we had available. Thankfully we got a lot of help from the Cardano Foundation, the Norwegian Block Exchange (NBX), MELD and BitGate who made all of this possible. Circling back to Iagon, I, myself, work in the public healthcare sector in Norway, and I must say I was impressed to see the technological solutions being built. I was excited to hear about Iagon and how they they provide a solution to store data securely.”
~ Thomas Lindseth, Oslo Cardano Summit 2021 organiser
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Iagon aims to revolutionize the cloud by developing a massive processing and storage platform (designed for the Cardano Ecosystem) where anyone can profit from shared resources. The whole value proposition circles back to the potential of blockchain technology by letting smart device owners join the storage and processing power grids to create a completely decentralized data cloud and supercomputer.
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