Meetups, developer meetings, working weekends on Blockchain topics
Contribute something, pay almost nothing
Blockchain applications are an enormous field, and those who pull the chestnuts out of the fire, write the first applications, organize meetups, provide support,… invest a lot, whereas the big successes likely come only much later. We also want to make a contribution in the BlockchainHotel. This is why we offer groups, companies, organizations and private individuals who actively work on Blockchain topics the opportunity for actual meetings in an ideal environment and at prices that approach zero:
Blockchain, Bitcoin,… criminal??
Not everyone is convinced that central banks, governments, officials,… really ensure that our currencies are stable and our contracts, Webshops, POS systems, accounting departments, land registers,… are secure. There are enough unreliable governments and corrupt administrations in the world. We see often enough that the centralized systems to which we have grown accustomed in functioning countries don’t work somewhere else. And so it makes sense to think about a system that makes currencies and contracts tamper-proof without requiring a centralized entity.
I’m a big fan of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin is a technical tour de force
Blockchain is the technology for non-centralized financial processes of any kind without using banks (e.g. Bitcoin), for contracts which are secure even without reliable agencies, for tamper-proof accounting and POS systems in commerce and countless other applications. This is all coming from the nerd arena, we are seeing the first successes, and people are beginning to understand what enormous fields of application are opening up. This is the time to get personally involved. Companies in nearly every sector will be glad in the next few years to have employees who have understood this at first glance mysterious, incomprehensible topic.
“Gold is a great way to preserve wealth, but it is hard to move around. You do need some kind of alternative and Bitcoin fits the bill. I’m not surprised to see that happening.”
Your children won’t know what [cash] money is.