Bitcoin SV meetups have continued to cement their position as some of the best events in the blockchain industry. Bringing together blockchain enthusiasts from the BSV community and beyond, they are a great place to learn how BSV is becoming the world’s new money and solving real-life challenges for millions across the world. And now, Brisbane is up next.
On the 20th of November, Bitcoiners in Australia will congregate in Brisbane for one of the blockchain events of the year in the country. The meetup will bring to Australia some of the greatest minds in the blockchain industry who’ll share with the attendants what they have been up to and why BSV is head and shoulders above the other blockchain projects.
Bitcoiners in Brisbane, Australia are about to get woke with an absolutely HUGE BitcoinSV meetup on the 20th of November.
Featuring: Steve Shadders, Tokenized, UptimeSV, Scaling Test Network, ElectrumSV and more!
RSVP here: https://t.co/OSACEa5Ytm
— Brendan Lee (@CoinstorageGuru) October 31, 2019
Leading the team will be Steve Shadders, the nChain CTO and one of the most prominent figures in the BSV community. Shadders, who was born in Australia, has been extensively involved in BSV development, heading the nChain developer team that’s behind a series of upgrades to the BSV protocol.
Other key members of the BSV community in attendance include Scaling Test Network manager Brad Kristensen, the UptimeSV team led by Dean Little, and the WeatherSV team. The winners of the latest Bitcoin Association Virtual Hackathon, Codugh, will also be attending.
Whether you want to learn about how BSV’s massive scaling can benefit your business, or you want to learn what UptimeSV has been up to since winning the inaugural Hackathon, or maybe you just want to meet Shadders and take a selfie, the meetup is the place to be.
The event will be held at Fishburners Brisbane Coworking Space from 6:00 p.m. RSVP here.
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