ConsenSys, the leading blockchain venture production studio building the infrastructure, applications, and practices that enable a decentralized world is organising a series of Ethereum blockchain meetups across Africa this month.
This commenced with two meetups in Johannesburg and Cape Town, South Africa and would be heading to Kenya (Nairobi) and then Nigeria (Abuja and Lagos) in the coming days.
Below are a few photos from the Joburg and Cape Town events which were fully booked:
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Below are the schedules for the events this month in Kenya and Nigeria. The events are free but there are very limited spaces available. To book your place, please register as soon as possible for the event in your city of interest.
Nairobi: Thursday, 22nd March 2018
Registration Link: ethnairobi.splashthat.com
Abuja: Saturday, 24th March 2018
Registration Link: ethabuja.splashthat.com
Lagos: Tuesday, 27th March 2018
Registration Link: ethlagos2.splashthat.com
The upcoming events are organised by ConsenSys in partnership with Metta Nairobi, Impact Hub Lagos and Cryptographic Development Initiative in Nigeria.
ConsenSys is a venture production studio building decentralized applications and various developer and end-user tools for blockchain ecosystems, primarily focused on Ethereum.
The mission of ConsenSys is to create simplified and automated decentralized applications (dApps) to facilitate peer-to-peer transactions and exchanges.
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