Tendermint: Scaling blockchains with Cosmos. A deep dive for developers!


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Please note: this is a technical deep dive talk strictly for software engineers, software architects and computer science/software engineering students only. We will therefore review all registrations and we will send you an email to confirm your seat. We require each attendee to register on Eventbrite to attend this event. Please complete the registration form provided. Security at the venue will not allow entry to anyone without a valid ticket. Registration will be required upon arrival. This is a private event and we have the right to refuse entry. As always, our developer deep dive event is popular and advised you to secure your ticket early.

This event is brought to you by The Blockchain Connector , workonblockchain.com and Voting Over Ledger Technology’ Project.

Headline: Scaling blockchains with Cosmos


Adrian Brink, a core developer at Tendermint and the Cosmos project will present the following:

Scaling blockchains with Cosmos will provide you with the technical insight how to scale any blockchain application and how to connect many different chains.

Cosmos is a decentralized network of independent parallel blockchains, each powered by classical BFT consensus algorithms like Tendermint.

The first blockchain in the Cosmos network is the Cosmos Hub, whose native token is the Atom. Cosmos is a permissionless network, meaning that anybody can build a blockchain on it.


Room K6.29 (Anatomy Lecture Theatre), King’s College London, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS

Date: 19th of April, 2018


18:30 – 19:00 Registration & Networking

19:00 – 19:10 Intro from The Blockchain Connector & King’s College London Blockchain Society

19:10 – 19:15 Lightning intro from the audience. We are providing an opportunity to our audience to present for two minutes. The topic must focus around a blockchain based product/platform you are building. Please inquire by sending an email to antonio@theblockchainconnector.com

19:15 – 20:15 Cosmos presentation by Adrian Brink

20:15 – 21:00 Q&A session led by Mustafa Al-Bassam

21:00 Networking at a nearby pub.

Bio: Mustafa Al-Bassam is a PhD researcher at the Information Security Research Group of the Department of Computer Science at University College London, where his research interests include the intersections of peer-to-peer systems, distributed ledgers and information security. He is also an advisor to Cognosec, an information security services company.


Antonio Sabado is the founder of The Blockchain Connector, a training and recruitment company focusing entirely on Blockchain technology. If you are hiring or looking for your next job opportunity in the blockchain space, please get in touch. Antonio has 10+ years experience working closely with global Investment Banks placing and managing highly skilled eTrading Technology professionals. Antonio has an extensive network, ranging from mid to senior level technology and business professionals across various sectors. He is an organiser of several Blockchain focused events in London aimed at software developers and business users.

The Blockchain Connector’s goal is to build a blockchain developer community by helping regular developers become blockchain developers. We host regular hands-on developer workshops, technical deep dive sessions and hackathons. We train and recruit developers on behalf of start-ups and global firms working on Blockchain related projects. We are also planning a series of Blockchain focused seminars for business users/non-technical users to take place in London.


We have the resources to organise and mentor blockchain based hackathons. Contact us if you are a blockchain based company who would like to sponsor one of our hackathons or you would like us to lend you a helping hand with organising a hackathon.

Developer Training:

We have the resources and expertise to offer companies a blockchain developer focused training on site. Alternatively, developers can join our monthly hands-on developer workshop in London. Click HEREto join our next workshop.


We have the network to help you build your development team. Contact us if you are a company looking to hire or a developer looking for your next job opportunity.

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We have access to developers who are looking to contribute to open source projects on a volunteer basis. Contact us if you have an Ethereum based project that require volunteer developers. Alternatively, contact us if you are a developer looking to gain commercial blockchain development experience.

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We are always open to hear from potential speakers, blockchain professionals, researchers and academics to present at our developer focused events and we are open to hear from companies looking for sponsorship opportunities.

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