PyChain 2022

Online November 15, 2022
Tags: Pychain, Python, Blockchain, Crypto, Cryptocurrency, Smart contract

CFP closed at  October 22, 2022 23:55 UTC

The First Virtual Event for Python and Blockchain Developers.

Building the bridge between Python and blockchain. Discover and learn revolutionary technology directly from its core developers.


PyChain is a unique 1-day virtual event for Python and blockchain developers to share ideas and learn from each other. Over the course of the full day, attendees will have the opportunity to attend live keynotes, talks and networking sessions.

Key topics:

  • Multiple chains and L2
  • Web3, smart contract development
  • Blockchain core development
  • Trading automation, bots
  • Quantitative finance and AI
  • Security and testing
  • NFTs

Python is the de facto programming language of the finance industry, security and testing. PyChain follows the 25-year history of high-quality Python community events, bringing software developers together to share best practices.

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CFP Description

We are looking for speakers for the first ever PyChain conference.

The talk topics should be

  • In English
  • Related to the blockchain development
  • Relevant for Python and blockchain developers, or otherwise Pythonic

Talk topics could be:

  • Core Blockchain Development (consensus, MEV, etc )
  • Smart contract development and related frameworks
  • Data Science and research
  • Cryptocurrency trading, trading automation
  • Security and testing
  • Decentralised financing
  • NFTs
  • Blockchain positive impact on the world

or if you have anything else that you would like to propose, please do not hesitate to submit!

Available talk slots include

  • 45 minutes keynote ( 35 min + 10min Q&A)
  • 20 minutes presentation (15 mins + 5 mins Q&A)
  • 3 minutes lightning talk - this is especially those for who want to share their own project and latest news (3 mins, no Q&A)

Long talks will be live streamed during the conference with live questions. Lighting talks will be prerecorded.