CoinGeek conferences always offer great opportunities for developers of the Bitcoin community to get together, learn about what is coming down the pipe, discuss their projects and build together. Thankfully, Twitter user WallStreet5 continues to back the BSV community, once again offering to help some lucky developers to get to CoinGeek London.
WallStreet5 (@Street5Wall) will help pay for a limited number of developers to travel to London and attend the CoinGeek London conference, to be held on February 20-21, 2020. In cooperation with the Bitcoin Association, 15 aspiring developers can apply for assistance for this great opportunity.
We are proud to announce @Street5Wall has once again generously donated 100 #BSV coins to help sponsor a limited number of developers to attend the CoinGeek Conference in London on 20-21 February 2020.
Apply here : https://t.co/WAAbKPe3bx#CGLondon #BitcoinSV #Blockchain pic.twitter.com/YT5HMN2iVZ
— Bitcoin Association (@BitcoinAssn) January 13, 2020
The application process is easy. Developers need only to visit the Bitcoin Association’s website and fill out a form. The application period will run from January 13 to 17, with the selected developers announced on January 22. In total, 15 developers will be chosen to receive assistance.
The question is, do you have any reason not to apply? Previous CoinGeek conferences have proven their value for upcoming teams, with great learning opportunities from Developer Day, networking opportunities with the best of the Bitcoin SV (BSV) community, and the intangibles that come from being with like-minded people.
If the offer sounds too good to be true, fear not, this isn’t the first time WallStreet5 has stepped up to help out others. He’s made these offers before, sending 13 developers to CoinGeek Toronto in 2019. That started from an offer to support 5 developers, so the man definitely has a track record of generosity.
And the opportunity offered up is definitely worth the time to sign up. Every CoinGeek Conference, in Hong Kong, London, Seoul or Toronto, has been focused on helping developers build. This could be the chance for developers to not only get assistance to get to London, but to also get the last insights they need to develop the next big application for the Bitcoin SV blockchain.
So what are you waiting for? If your development team has something great to show, but could use a little help to show it off, head on over to the Bitcoin Association website and sign up now.
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