Baseline-as-a-Service Demo Day

Provide is hosting the first Baseline-as-a-Service Demo Day on December 10th @ 11am ET. Make sure to register for the virtual event (requires Zoom account). Update: a landing page with video and other supplemental content related to the event has been published here.

Baseline-as-a-Service Demo Day

Provide is hosting- with our good friends from Unibright- the first Baseline-as-a-Service Demo Day.

Please join us on December 10th at 11am ET for an extended panel discussion led by Rachel Wolfson featuring participants from CONA, Fraunhofer IPK, Between, the Baseline Protocol community, and Provide partners Envision Blockchain, Dapps Inc., Nethermind and concircle.

In addition to the panel discussion, this virtual event will showcase the progress we have made on Baseline-related customer projects as well as our unified technology stack, which is nearing a general availability release candidate. You can expect walkthroughs of the projects, our products and educational material on the Baseline Protocol.

Make sure to register for the virtual event (requires Zoom account). An interactive landing page featuring the participants and other educational content will be released in the coming days.

Baseline-as-a-Service Demo Day Panel

Update: a landing page with video and other supplemental content related to the event has been published here.

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