Build the society of tomorrow. Together.
That is the promise of the upcoming CambrianSV Developer Bootcamp, a seven-day gathering in Bali, Indonesia, from August 30 to September 5. With Bitcoin SV (BSV) offering unlimited possibilities, it’s created a Cambrian explosion of creativity and innovation in the Bitcoin society—tools and infrastructures are being built and developers are continuously releasing new applications enabled by BSV.
To help boost this explosion of creativity and innovation, the people behind the RelayX superwallet have teamed up with Bitcoin Association to bring forward “a totally different approach to building a product.”
In an interview with CoinGeek, Ella Qiang of RelayX explained what sets the bootcamp from the rest—aside from it being the first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp.
“CambrianSV focuses on the application layer of the Bitcoin SV stack, as we believe real growth comes from people building better products using Bitcoin SV as the backend. The program is set up to accelerate the product building process from proof of concept to product release,” she said. “It is a seven-day boot camp solely focusing on building the next generation products for the real-time economy powered by Bitcoin SV. Developers will get a direct look into the tools available on the Bitcoin SV blockchain and collaborate with the brightest minds to create the best applications. All participating teams should leave with a finished product that is generating on-chain transactions.”
CambrianSV focuses on the application layer of the Bitcoin SV stack, as we believe real growth comes from people building better products using Bitcoin SV as the backend.
CambrianSV’s goal, Qiang notes, is to be “a strong catalyst to boost onchain transactions,” with its alumni joining the “top players providing cool products for the real-time economy.” Check out who’s participating in the seven-day bootcamp here.
“Our participants have expressed their goals to learn from the workshops, their peers to gain a deeper understanding of the Bitcoin technical stack as well as exploring innovative business models,” she said. “We as the organizers are aiming at creating an open environment where various projects will share their experiences, goals, and challenges of developing Bitcoin enabled products and services. We are looking to encourage collaboration among projects so that each one will compete better onchain.”
Check out the official website to learn more about the upcoming CambrianSV BSV Developer Bootcamp.
The Genesis protocol upgrade on February 4, 2020 is a monumental step in the history of Bitcoin, and will see BSV returned as close as possible to the original protocol as envisioned by Satoshi Nakamoto. Visit the Genesis Hard Fork page to learn more.
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