NEO to Host Second Annual DevCon Feb. 16th – 17th in Seattle
The NEO team is back at it again with their second annual developer conference, this year in Seattle.
The conference advertises an “exciting mix of tech, business, and regulatory speakers” with hundreds expected to attend at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Seattle between February 16th – 17th.
Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to more than 40 speakers and view over 30 projects across 20 separate exhibits. Speakers include NEO founders Da Hongfei and Erik Zhang who will announce plans for the platform’s growth for the next 12 months.
“NEO’s goal is to have the ability to run large-scale commercial applications. The technology development of the blockchain will eventually land in practical applications, and we hope to serve the goals of the smart economy,” Erik Zhang, founder of NEO said. “The NEO DevCon is a place where we can share the latest technological advances, learn about interesting applications and discuss the possibilities of future changes with relevant experts and scholars. This time we also invited some speakers from Seattle-based tech giants to share their insights with us.”
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