The first annual Monero Konferenco was held on June 22nd and 23rd in Denver, Colorado. Speakers from all over the world came and shared ideas and research. Below are links to each talk, information about the speaker and a transcription of the talk. You can also watch via the Monero Community Workgroup YouTube Playlist: youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsSYUeVwrHBkJHJg_l2uDgbicDJ1PmAVW

Don't forget to check out MoneroTalk's YouTube channel for interviews with Konferenco speakers. They have a Konferenco 2019 Playlist of all their video footage from Monero Konferenco.

Day 1 kicked off the conference with opening remarks followed by a session on Protocols that included technical talks from researchers on crytpocurrency development. Next came a session on ways of securing hardware and software. After lunch was a session on society, privacy an decentralization, that included talks on legal and societal implications in the United States and globally. This was followed by a session on private networking technologies and a session on addressing weaknesses in Monero. The conference had a single track, with all attendees attending all sessions.

Day 1

Day 2 started with a unique intercontential livestream panel discussion between Zcon1 in Split, Croatia, and Monero Konferenco in Denver, Colorado, for discussion on the regulatory landscape, governance challenges, and conference attendees' questions. The ZCash panel was Peter van Valkenburgh (Coin Center) and Jack Gavigan (Electric Coin Company) moderated by Amber Baldet (Clovyr). Jerry Brito (Coin Center) and Erik Voorhees (ShapeShift) joined moderator Dr. Sarang Noether (Monero Research Lab) in Denver. This was followed by a session on Monero's proof of work and mining that included special leveraging of computer hardware and discussion of the new proof-o-work algorithm RandomX. After lunch sessions included a second session on proof of work and mining and a session on Monero initiatives. The conference ended with a technical session on protocols and closing remarks.

Day 2