February 8-14, Fair Data Society hosts the Liberate Data Week, join the event.

The Liberate Data Week is a hackathon packed with valuable announcements, talks, demos, and presentations. The program is still being crafted, but from what is already known all hackathon days are going to be dedicated to a specific topic, each relevant to the Fair Data economy.

You can expect many practical workshops that will demonstrate how to use the FDS’s FairOS libraries and Fairdrive to build thin dApps on top of Swarm. A lot of focus will also be dedicated to Swarm incentives and tutorials on how to run your own Bee node.


Register for the event, join the hackathon or sit back and enjoy the talks.

Before the event you will receive the links to the videostream and chatrooms. You'll also get updates on the programme.

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Swarm is a decentralised storage and communication system for a sovereign digital society.

Swarm is a system of peer-to-peer networked nodes that create a decentralised storage and communication service. The system is economically self-sustaining due to a built-in incentive system enforced through smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain.

Redundancy makes the system resilient to connectivity issues, node churn or targeted ddos attacks and enables a zero-downtime service. Users remain sovereign owners of their personal data in alignment with fair data principles.

Shifting the cost of access, hosting and execution to users removes the last obstacle to truly agile and adaptive application development.