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Chen Hui Jing, Developer Experience Engineer & Madalina Tantareanu, Lead Designer & Illustrator

We run events for the Interledger Community to share insights, ideas, and spark new collaborations.

Interledger Summit 2024 | Bridging Worlds

Join the Open Payments movement where a global community of changemakers are reimagining the future of digital financial systems. Explore the ways in which we can strengthen the UN initiative towards healthier digital public infrastructure (DPI), creating a more responsible financial ecosystem. Be part of sparking new collaborations that expand the adoption of Open Payments through Interledger and increasing economic participation for communities around the world.

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Community call

The Interledger community calls take place once a month, on the second Wednesday of each month. We invite you to share any demos, updates or milestones of your projects that build on the Interledger protocol. It’s also a great place for new members of the community to find out first hand more about Interledger and how you can get involved. 

Time: 10.00 AM CDT / 4.00 PM UTC.

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Interledger Salon

We’re excited to announce the second panel of the Salon series with, Interledger on Campus! Join us for a discussion led by Interledger Foundation President & CEO Briana Marbury, focusing on preparing modern-day students to lead  on digital financial inclusion while participating with the Interledger ecosystem and exploring career opportunities in mission-driven open technology.  

Date of the panel: Wednesday, 26th June 2024
Time: 10.00 AM EST | 2.00 PM UTC
Location: This is a live virtual event.

Register on Eventbrite.

You can also follow the live link on LinkedIn or YouTube.


  • Carolyn Malachi, Professor of Audio Production, Cathy Hughes School of Communications at Howard University and Founder of Call & Response.
  • Allan Davids, Senior Lecturer, Economics, School of Economics, University of Cape Town.
  • Andrew Mangle, Assistant Professor in Management Information Systems at Maryland's oldest HBCU Bowie State University.