Whatever your token of choice is, you are invited: drop by if you’re in the area on February 27th.
A closely knit community of cryptocurrency enthusiasts is conducting an event dedicated to exploring the future of Bitcoin Cash (BCH), with notable speakers contributing to the discussion on further developments.
This will be their first official event—they started out merely as a small, cozy group meeting up at a bar. And similar to the way Bitcoin Cash gained massive support at a very fast pace, the group is now opening their doors to a quickly growing community.
“What started out as an idea to meet in a bar with about 10-20 people to socialize and talk about Bitcoin Cash, turned out a bit bigger than expected,” the group wrote in their Meetup page.
“We think this vibrant place that gives space to startups and industry leaders is the perfect place to host the first Bitcoin Cash (mini) Conference on February 27th.
The Netherlands and its capital Amsterdam, in particular, has an amazing Bitcoin community with many merchants, investors, companies, and developers working in this space.
Amsterdam hosts many cryptocurrency related meetups and we think it is time to give Bitcoin Cash its deserved voice in town,” says Remy de Vries, organizer of the event.
To aid the discussion, a range of notable speakers will be delving into different issues and developmental areas for the cryptocurrency. Among the speakers is Joannes Vermorel, the founder and CEO of Lokad—the company that is currently working with nChain on the Terab project, which runs rigorous testing to bring Bitcoin Cash blocks up to one terabytes (1Tb), or 7 million transactions per second. Speakers also include Cyber Capital founder Justin Bons, BTC.com core developer Tobias Hoffman, Bitcoin Cash Fund founder and executive director Paul Wasensteiner, among others.
Apart from the discourse, there are also merchandise and BCH airdrops at stake. For those who are interested in learning more, you may RSVP through their Meetup event page. The event covers cryptocurrencies in general, and the group welcomes attendees regardless of what their coin of choice is.
“The program and event are tuned for anyone interested in cryptocurrencies regardless whether you prefer Bitcoin (BTC) or Bitcoin Cash (BCH) or other currencies. Above all, we want to give you the opportunity to learn while being able to relax and socialize with people who are interested in Bitcoin Cash in an amazing setting,” de Vries adds.