We have held quite a few Bitcoin meetups at the space, and we are excited as ever about the potentials for societal change. If you haven't attended one yet, you aren't too late. As a technology we are really still in the entry stages for these "block chain" and "block chain 2.0" technologies. The Ethereum Syracuse meetup has held a few events at the new SIG location as well. Check here and at the Ethereum Syracuse Meetup page for details on the next meeting.
The Syracuse Innovators Guild has moved to
108 Walter Dr, Syracuse, NY 13206
We are no longer at 3650 James st
I finished reading The Diamond Age , by
Cryptocurrencies are in casual conversations, in the news, and in debates. But the biggest question is:
Are they in your wallet?
SIG VP, Mark Scrano recently set up a Minecraft server for SIG members. If you are a current member, and want access, all you need to do is buy Minecraft for the PC/Mac/Linux, and talk to Mark about getting permissions on your user name. If you aren't a SIG member - but you would like to participate - you will have to wait until the spring, when we open it up to the public. If you are a SIG member - the land-grab has begun! Get your account today.
After a weekend long battle between team PyStand and team Awesome!, the votes have been tabulated and a winner has been chosen. Congratulations team PyStand for pulling together an impressive piece of software in 48hrs! I would also like to thank everyone who participated in this weekends events. It was a blast getting to know everyone.
Pictures are up on facebook!
Just wanted to shout out in recognition of esigns.com a custom online print shop who was kind enough to donate a large dry-erase street sign for use by the guild. Esigns has many great products for very good prices and I am very happy with the quality and size of the sign they sent us. I took a couple of snapshots of the sign in action, should be very useful to draw people into the space!
In no particular order:
* SIG member Jeff Mahon has finished work on his wooden workbench at the guild and it is looking really solid (both literally and figuratively). Looking forward to when the workshop is full of them!