Developer conferences have become a popular aspect of cryptocurrency as of late. Although most people have no coding skills whatsoever, it is still well worth their time to attend such an event. Especially when it comes to emerging altcoins such as NEO, there is plenty of information to take away from conferences. Speaking of which, NEO DevCon San Francisco is almost upon us, and all developers can apply for free tickets. Regular visitors can obtain discounted tickets using our dedicated code “TheMerkleChannel”.
The NEO DevCon San Francisco Event in a Nutshell
Although developer conferences are primarily catered to coders and people who want to contribute development efforts to cryptocurrencies, they are open to the general public as well. To non-coders, there may be a slightly different appeal to events such as this one, but it is still worth the time and effort to see what makes NEO tick. After all, if you are passionate about this currency, you need to keep tabs on what is going on behind the scenes. The NEO DevCon San Francisco event is a good place to do so.
Because it is the first NEO Developer Conference in history, it is even more important to attend such an event if you live in or near San Francisco. The conference will run for two full days, starting on January 30th and coming to a close on the 31st. During the event, various speakers will host keynotes and there will be several workshops for those people who prefer a more hands-on experience. Since not every attendee is a coder, the keynotes should not be overlooked by any means.
Among the scheduled speakers are Da Hongfei and Erik Zhang, the co-founders of NEO. There is also Li Jiangying, one of the NEO core developers, and Onchain co-founders Li Jun and Li Yanbo. More names have yet to be announced, but the lineup looks pretty appealing already. It is evident everyone has a different opinion on what NEO represents exactly, as the possibilities are virtually limitless. Hearing different opinions can be well worth your while.
Interestingly enough, there will also be a live performance of the NEO anthem. As far as we know, NEO may very well be the only major cryptocurrency with its own official anthem. TeamHODL will perform the anthem on January 30th, right after the lunch break. Among the topics to be discussed are bulletproofs for confidential transactions, community governance, NeoX, and much more. There are a lot of topics to touch upon, and NEO’s future is looking rather bright.
Developers looking to attend NEO DevCon San Francisco can gain free entry by following the steps outlined on the event’s website. Regular attendees will pay a US$750 price for this two-day event, which can be paid using debit and credit cards. However, by using The Merkle’s exclusive promotional code, you can save 40% on every ticket. There is no limit as to how many tickets can be purchased with this code, so if you have any interest in attending, enter the code “TheMerkleChannel” in the promotion code field during checkout.
Given the vast excitement surrounding NEO right now, this conference is something supporters of this cryptocurrency won’t want to miss out on. Being able to say you were there during the first official NEO DevCon event is something no one will ever be able to take away from you. With the promo code “TheMerkleChannel“, you will even save 40% on your order, which brings down the ticket price quite a bit. All food and beverages are included in the ticket price, so you don’t have to worry about making any lunch arrangements either.
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