Hello to all our followers, and future ones too ;)
GeoDB walks at a brisk pace. In recent weeks several advisors with deep knowledge and extensive experience in different areas have joined our team, and our technical staff is growing. Very soon we’ll tell you all about the members of our team, but if you cannot wait longer to know them, you can’ve a look at our wonderful team here.
Also very soon we’ll tell you about our theoretical advances regarding the storage of information, interconnection and other aspects in which we’re currently focused and we’ll soon show you the first images of the prototype that we’re developing.
We’re really very excited to see how GeoDB consolidates and takes its first steps, and when something excites you nothing stops you from talking to the world about it, isn’t it?.
Therefore, the last 28th of November we organized a special event to talk about GeoDB with anyone who would like to listen to us. The event took place at Espacio Como in Madrid and it was a resounding success, both for the number of attendees and for the personal opinions they expressed about our project.
Several members of our team hosted this event, including our Chairman Francisco Gordillo, our CEO Luis Gelado, our COO Sacha Gordillo and our CTO Fco Javier Estrella.
But we’re not alone, we had some luxury guests, our Wave Application partners. Both Manuel de la Esperanza and Pablo Clemente, CEO and CTO at Wave respectively and both advisors in GeoDB accompanied us this day.
In the event we distributed the first versions of our white paper and by the hand of Francisco Gordillo and Luis Gelado we explained in detail to those gathered at Espacio Como this day, what DLT technologies are and what our proposal consists of.
Obviously, something as new and groundbreaking as GeoDB aroused the curiosity of those present, so after these two presentations the event lasted several hours more so that our guests could raise any question to our team in a relaxed way.
And that’s all. You can check out the video of the event below.
Thank you very much to the attendees and we hope to see you at the following one ;)