On the fourth day of the inaugural CambrianSV Bootcamp, developers went to the nearby Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary to interact with nature. Back at the bootcamp, developers reflected on the nature of their work and their startups.
Jack Liu and his Cambrian SV Bootcamp team recognized early on that picking Bali for their first global BitcoinSV developer get-together was a bit of a risk. But the attendance of the developers proved that the gamble has paid off.
The coverage of CoinGeek.com on the first-ever CambrianSV Bootcamp continues! The team is in the beautiful island paradise of Bali, Indonesia for the second day of the bootcamp, which featured talks by Brendan Lee of the Bitcoin Association, and Twetch co-founder and CEO Josh Petty.
The Day 1 of the CambrianSV bootcamp started with introduction of each attendees and described their startup businesses powered by BSV blockchain.
The FloatSV team said the discounts mark their support for the CambrianSV Bootcamp in Bali, and for the continued development of the BSV ecosystem.
The eagerly anticipated first of its kind Proof of Work Bitcoin SV (BSV) Developers Bootcamp kicks off on August 30, and the excitement is palpable.
Messaging app WhatsApp is in discussion with a number of local partners on proposals that would see the firm introduce mobile payment services in Indonesia.
On August 30, developers from across the world will congregate in the island of Bali, Indonesia, for the first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp.
Ella Qiang of RelayX explained to CoinGeek what sets the bootcamp from the rest—aside from it being the first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp.
RelayX, in cooperation with the Bitcoin Association, is organizing a first of its kind Proof of Work BSV Developer Bootcamp in Bali, Indonesia—and McDonalds China is confirmed to be participating.
PLMP Fintech was awarded a contract to work with the Agency for Free Trade Zone and Free Port of Batam and Indonesian firm Central Distribusi Batam.