The first European Blockchain Convention Hackathon will take place in Barcelona during the ninth edition of the event. EBC9, with 5000 attendees, will be Europe’s largest blockchain event in the second half of 2023.
It expects to attract talent and key industry actors, as 200 hackers discover the innovations behind renowned Layer 1 blockchains such as:
This event will also represent a one-of-a-kind learning and networking opportunity and experience for all participants involved due to the high influx of VCs, developers, multichain protocols and projects, among other industry leaders.
The Hackathon’s agenda will be focused on building on top of Coreum, XDC and Concordium’s Layer 1 infrastructure, while getting to discover the advantages and differentiating features that set each apart.
“Given the increased demand for talent in the industry, and the acceleration that we’re witnessing in terms of Blockchain adoption, we identified the need to offer a space for the builders of the future to give a kick-start to their careers in Web3”, as pointed out by Victoria Gago, Co-founder of the European Blockchain Convention.
She added: “We’re excited about the opportunities that this Hackathon represents for the Blockchain community at large, and for the impact it will have within the present and future editions of the event.”
To learn more about the EBC Hackathon, including the application form, visit the official event website
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