Upcoming Event: NEO DevCon in San Francisco
NEO DevCon in San Francisco (January 30th 2018 – January 31st 2018)
The NEO team had a very eventful 2017 that helped shape the cryptocurrency landscape.
From the full rebranding of the company from Antshares in June, releasing the NEO Smart Contract 2.0, NEO VM, the completion of NEP-1 to NEP-6, and a series of strategic partnerships such as the one with Microsoft China that pushed the NEO ecosystem to over 40 dapps, NEO has set itself up for a new year full of momentum.
Dubbed the “Chinese Ethereum”, NEO has done everything but stayed confined to the borders in China. The NEO team has hosted developer meetups all over the world uniting NEO communities across China, Toyko, New York, California, Singapore, and Seoul.
NEO is bringing what they consider their “most important conference of the year” to San Francisco January 30th and 31st. The first NEO Developers Conference will host multiple sessions with some of the top innovators in the blockchain world, workshops for the developer community, and showcase various projects hosted on the NEO ecosystem.
NEO is hosting this conference to bring the NEO community together and announce the NEO New Vision as well as other announcements.
Some of the speakers at NEO DevCon in San Francisco include Da Hongfei (Founder of NEO), Erik Zhang (Co-Founder of NEO), Fabio Canesin (Founder of CoZ), Li Jun (Founder of Ontology Network & Co-Founder of Onchain), and many more.
Developers and students are able to welcome to apply for free tickets (check out this post to find out more). If you’re a student, you’ll need a .edu email address to apply.
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