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Qtum Ambassador Program
We are excited to have launched the Qtum Ambassador Program in November, and we are still accepting applicants. If you believe the city or university you attend should have a Qtum meetup, apply now! The Ambassador Program will an integral part in igniting the in-person community to learn more about blockchain technology.
Patrick Dai, Qtum’s co-founder, didn’t hold back at the TechCrunch Shenzhen conference. Patrick addressed the elephant in the room and spoke about how bear markets force innovation when the current technology doesn’t live up to its potential. He suggested for people in the industry to go back to do the research and work hard to break the current barriers.
Patrick expressed that the current conditions are natural and that this will make the ecosystem more resilient down the line.
In Macao, Patrick spoke at the Sora Summit which was hosted by Sora Ventures. Jason Fang, the Managing Partner at Sora Ventures, has been a long time supporter of Qtum and led a fireside chat with Patrick about “Building Asia’s Leading Blockchain Community”.
The talk, which preceded the closing statements, highlighted the immense amount of work everyone put in to build the ecosystem. Community members built tools that could help other community members, and dapps helped build other infrastructure. Patrick noted that it takes a lot of effort to foster this type of environment.
C.E.C World Blockchain Meetup
WenBin Zhong, Chinese lead developer at Qtum, gave an overview of Qtum’s present and upcoming technology at C.E.C World Blockchain Meetup in Korea. If you want, you can watch the recording below:
One of the most exciting events from this past month was SpaceChain’s launch of the first fully functioning Qtum node into space. ...
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