DevCore continues with v2 in London with Title Sponsor Blockchain!

“We’re excited to support the Foundation’s core focus on the development of the Bitcoin Protocol. With DevCore London, the Foundation is making an exciting commitment to the global capital of FinTech that we’re proud to participate in,” adds Peter Smith, CEO of Blockchain.

#DevCore is a series of workshops set to host around the world for all developers interested in deepening their technical expertise to support the future development of Bitcoin Core. DevCore London will take place on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at Dexter House in the Royal Mint building in London from 8:30am to 5:45pm.

Bitcoin Foundation Chief Scientist, Gavin Andresen will lead the day with a keynote on “Why We Need A Bigger Chain” and Blockchain’s CEO Peter Smith and Lead Developer Matt Tuzzolo will be giving a feature presentation. The program also includes training and certification; panel discussions with leading technical experts; an in-depth Q&A with Bitcoin Core developers Gavin Andresen and Wladimir van der Laan; a feature presentation by Mike Hearn, Founder of Lighthouse; pro bono legal consulting sessions for start ups, exhibits and networking opportunities.

The first in the series, DevCore Boston, took place February 11, 2015 and participating sponsors continue to experience positive returns.

“DevCore Boston was great for us! We have been getting a steady stream of summer interns wanting to work for us since the livestream,” remarked Micah Winkelspecht, Founder and CEO of Gem.

Space is limited — register today!

What: DevCore London (#DevCore)

Title Sponsor: Blockchain

When: Wednesday, 15 April 2015 8.30am – 5.45pm

Where: Dexter House No. 2 Royal Mint Court
London EC3N, UK
(Closest tube: Tower Hill)

Registration:
General Registration £150 / $250 in BTC
Bitcoin Foundation Members £100 / $155 in BTC
Students £25 / $40 in BTC
*Payable with card, paypal or bitcoin

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