If you’re curious about Bitcoin SV (BSV) development, but haven’t dipped your toes in it, an exciting opportunity is on its way. MetaNet ICU, a developer forum for BSV, is coming on March 30, and they have a special offer if you’re just getting started.
The developer forum will be an online meet-up lasting approximately 90 minutes and hosted by Brendan Lee and Connor Mattson. It’s first come first serve with a 100-attendee capacity, so if you’re interested, it’s best to register as soon as possible.
Registration is restricted to Diamond or Gold ICU members, but special access can be granted to Developer Sandbox members. What is that, you ask?
There are as many as 50 slots reserved for anyone who aren’t into BSV yet, but are curious about it and might consider becoming a BSV developer. Brendan Lee will provide $1 to those who reach out to him on Twitter through his handle, @coinstorageguru.
You’ll then need to set up a Handcash wallet, if you haven’t already, and Lee will send you that dollar. With that $1 of BSV, simply fund a Money Button wallet and join Metanet ICU as a Bronze member, and sign up for the event.
Please though, if you are not a developer yourself, don’t take up a spot that may be better used by someone else. Spots are limited to 100, and the organizers want to make sure those participating will be able to ask relevant questions and gain the most value from it.
If you don’t join, a recording will be made of the event and made available shortly afterward.
This is yet another example of why the BSV community is leagues ahead of other cryptocurrencies. Grassroot support is creating these types of meet-ups organically, and as a result we’re seeing explosive growth in BSV app development.
And they chose BSV because it’s the only cryptocurrency with the original vision of Satoshi Nakamoto. It follows the destiny Bitcoin has always had, with the plan to scale massively and be the world’s new money.
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