Today marks the end of the Maker Foundation’s Meetup Grants program, which launched two years ago to help educate and grow the Maker community worldwide.
Maker FriDAI Brunch Series offers tech and blockchain newbies and old-schoolers a welcoming space to learn about and blockchain, Web3, and more.
Over three days, around 20 teams totaling 80 people participated in the popular hackathon, building applications and services that utilize Dai in the Cosmos SDK.
To help people fully grasp the advantages of a transparent and stable digital currency, as well as the decentralized applications (Dapps) that help improve user experiences, we’ve taken a three-pronged approach that aligns our vision of Dai with mainstream needs and desires.
If you missed seeing us in New York, here’s a recap of just a few of the week’s presentations, panels, and events we hosted or participated in:
Blockchain Week ZA in Cape Town, South Africa, is just a few days away, and representatives from the MakerDAO team will be there to present and lead workshops. Here are some of the most exciting events scheduled:
To further engage the community, the CommDev Group has created a valuable, easy-to-digest resource to help anyone plan, organize, and host their own MakerDAO-related meetup
A good crypto conference is a magical thing and John Paller did it again at ETHDenver 2019. Attendees were energised, focused, sharing, and generally busy as hell as we all gathered together to ‘do crypto’ for 36 hours.
The Oslo Freedom Forum (OFF) is a thriving global community of people united by the common vision of making the world a more peaceful, prosperous, and free place.
Get a rundown of all the Maker activities taking place at ETHDenver