The latest happening in the Stellar Engineering talks is about analyzing historical trends on the Stellar Network in just a few seconds? In this talk, Debnil Sur, Software Engineer explained how they were able to design a large-scale analytics pipeline by making use of the shelf tools. He also made live demonstrations for queries, which were about making and exploring the network easier than ever.
The session is mostly about focus on analyzing historical network trends and more.
Sydney Ifergan, the crypto expert tweeted: “Stellar Lumens (XLM) Engineering talks are the most needed for those who are looking to develop their technical insights.”
Denelle Dixon recently retweeted about, “How to build interlocked economic communities and how to empower users through equitable products and services.”
Stellar Network are rich with events and activities. Whether it is about driving inclusion through compliance or with their podcast, they always keep the community connected and motivated. They are good about coordinating a lot of work from different people by coordinating interesting projects for the Stellar Community Fund 2.0. They are doing their best it takes to build the future of finance.
They place great emphasis on a meaningful customer experience eventually contributing to customer success.
The Stellar Ecosystem Anchors is a very powerful concept. They are doing a lot to meet compliance obligations to foster inclusion in a seamless manner.
Stellar are continuing to concentrate on people who are unbanked or those who do not have access to banks and on those who are living in less-developed areas with limited banking solutions.
Stellar Network (XLM) and Interesting Events
Some interesting updates are on the cards. On September 17, SDF, CEO Denelle Dixon will be joining GBBC’s Blockchain Central programming on the panel. The topic is about Democratization of Finance: From Mobile Money to Crypto Assets. There are other speakers in the discussion which consists of W. Sean Ford, Sergio Mello, and Fernando Carvalho.
The event is organized in collaboration with UN Foundation’s Global Goals Week, thus accelerating progress towards achieving the UN SDGs through the tech and community.
Meridian is scheduled to be organized November 16, 2020 as a virtual Conference. This is the 2nd annual conference.
Beginning November 16, 2020 through November 20, 2020, the Meridian will be bringing engaging content and speakers from, within, and beyond the Stellar community as a virtual experience, and it is free for everyone. More information about the Meridian is getting updated often.
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