Friends of Oasis,
Hoping to see many of you at Consensus in mid-May. Some info on where you can find us at New York Blockchain Week, as well as some general updates on what we’ve been up to below.
Oasis @ NY Blockchain Week
If you’re planning to be at Consensus / NY Blockchain Week in mid-May, we’d love to connect! Here are a few ways you can find us:
- Join us for a meetup: Join the Oasis team — including our CTO Raymond Cheng — at the Whitby Bar (18 W 56th Street) on Tuesday, May 14 at 7pm. Details and RSVP here.
- Come to our talk: See Raymond Cheng, Co-Founder and CTO, speak at Consensus on Wednesday, May 15 at 9:40am.
- Schedule a meeting: Interested in building on our platform, want to learn more about what we’re building, or curious about working together? Schedule a meeting with us! Just click here to do so.
Developer event: GenoBank.io tonight in SF
GenoBank.io is an anonymous blockchain-based DNA testing service that permits you to conduct a DNA test — like well-known DNA test kit brands — without fear of your personal medical data being leaked, hacked or shared with 3rd parties.
Join GenoBank.io CEO Daniel Uribe this Thursday and learn more about the great work GenoBank.io is doing to make DNA testing safer and more secure (and how GenoBanko.io is using the Oasis platform to do it).
Paving the way for Deoxys-II
#ICYMI: Our latest news and events
Check out some of our most recent press and talks.
- Tech Target on why Data scientists urged to take AI security threats more seriously
- Noah Johnson on the how adding confidentiality to gaming can drive broader adoption of blockchain
- Anne Fauvre in She256’s Fireside Chat series
- Highlights from last month’s office hours
- Anne Fauvre at the Harvard Crypto Conference
Join our team
Come join our team and help build the future of data privacy technology. If you like midday walks, views of the bay, and in-house espresso, you’ll fit right in.
This month in data privacy
- Bloomberg Businessweek on safeguarding your DNA
- Electronic Frontier Foundation on how to protect your privacy at the border
- National Law Review on North Carolina’s new proposed digital privacy laws
- Los Angeles Times on the need for a federal privacy law
- Electronic Frontier Foundation on why the debate on privacy can’t rely on tech giants