Last summer, while Fomo3D was in full bloom, Alexander Moser, Business Developer at Crypto Storage AG, hosted a session about game theory. It was not the typical session you would expect, where he would explain why proof of work is secure. Instead, he looked at fringe scenarios that can come up, intentionally or accidentally, in smart contracting platforms and contracts build on those. This ended up in a wild brainstorming exchange about topics ranging from the possible impact of in-contract incentives to economic considerations for the platform itself.

Last summer, while Fomo3D was in full bloom, Alexander Moser, Business Developer at Crypto Storage AG, hosted a session about game theory. It was not the typical session you would expect, where he would explain why proof of work is secure. Instead, he looked at fringe scenarios that can come up, intentionally or accidentally, in smart contracting platforms and contracts build on those. This ended up in a wild brainstorming exchange about topics ranging from the possible impact of in-contract incentives to economic considerations for the platform itself.

As this happened during a hot summer evening, the windows were open and the audio quality suffered as a result according to Crypo Finance.

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