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UXPA2019 - Unconference: Basics of Building Blockchain Interfaces

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This was part of the UXPA 2019 Unconference Session

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UXPA2019 - Unconference: Basics of Building Blockchain Interfaces

  1. 1. Databases
  2. 2. Databases Centralized An entity controls the database, it is private, and you can only write to it through being authenticated
  3. 3. Databases Centralized An entity controls the database, it is private, and you can only write to it through being authenticated = Most apps 💼
  4. 4. Databases Decentralizedvs.Centralized An entity controls the database, it is private, and you can only write to it through being authenticated = Most apps 💼 Anyone using your app can directly access the database
  5. 5. Databases Decentralizedvs.Centralized An entity controls the database, it is private, and you can only write to it through being authenticated = Most apps 💼 Anyone using your app can directly access the database = Blockchain 😎
  6. 6. Benefits Transparency
  7. 7. Benefits Design Challenges Transparency Can everyone see everything? Not always.
  8. 8. Benefits Design Challenges Transparency Encryption Consensus Can everyone see everything? Not always.
  9. 9. Benefits Design Challenges Transparency Encryption Consensus Can everyone see everything? Not always. Latency issues Granular system statuses
  10. 10. As decentralized applications gain traction, how might we create interfaces that make interacting with a database less daunting, so that users are inspired and empowered to exercise autonomy over their data.
  11. 11. As decentralized applications gain traction, how might we create interfaces that make interacting with a database less daunting, so that users are inspired and empowered to exercise autonomy over their data. why?
  12. 12. why? As consumers, our data has been misused, manipulated and hidden from us. This might just be the way we gain our power back. As decentralized applications gain traction, how might we create interfaces that make interacting with a database less daunting, so that users are inspired and empowered to exercise autonomy over their data.
  13. 13. Thank You @purrrlin daml.com

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