This year’s Bitcoin SV DevCon is just around the corner, bringing together the vast ecosystem of Bitcoin developers to learn from the industry leaders. The two-day virtual event will focus on developing applications for the Bitcoin SV blockchain and the data network. The starting shot will be given on the weekend of May 15th to 16th.

The event is hosted by the Bitcoin Association in collaboration with nChain and WeAreDevelopers and builds on the success of last year’s DevCons, which Dr. Craig Wright among other leading innovators and thought leaders. The first DevCon took place in July. Speakers included James Belding, CEO of Tokenized, Xiaohui Liu of sCrypt, Ryan X. Charles, Founder of Money Button, and Brendan Lee of Elas Digital. It attracted more than 10,000 unique attendees from over 80 countries.

Jimmy Nguyen, Founding President of the Bitcoin Association, commented, “Last year’s events showed great interest from all over the world in learning how to develop blockchain applications for businesses – an interest that we are likely to see in this year’s editions Help more developers understand the power of the only blockchain that is infinitely scalable and provide a truly open platform for innovation and development, Bitcoin SV. “

This year’s event promises to be even better. It will cover a wide variety of topics covering basic knowledge of the Bitcoin network and the Bitcoin Script programming language. Developers are also given guidance on building powerful applications on the Bitcoin blockchain. This includes sessions to leverage the latest SDKs and third party tools to streamline the development process.

We are excited to announce today that Bitcoin SV DevCon 2021 will take place next month on the weekend of May 15-16!

The FREE weekend virtual event will be attended by executives from across the Bitcoin SV ecosystem.

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Bitcoin SV is the only blockchain network that scales indefinitely, processes very large amounts of data and has nanopayment functions. Developers learn how to use all of this to build powerful applications.

Steve Shadders, CTO of nChain, commented, “As career opportunities continue to open up for developers in the blockchain space – including the rapidly growing demand for Bitcoin engineers – I expect an even bigger and better event this time around.”

The event is not limited to Bitcoin SV developers. Developers whose applications run on Ethereum and other blockchain protocols are also welcome to learn more about Bitcoin SV and how to resolve any related limitations of other blockchain protocols. The Bitcoin SV DevCon is also open to non-blockchain developers learning how their development skills can be applied to the blockchain ecosystem. In the previous DevCon, 60% of the participants were newbies to the blockchain space.

You can register here to attend this year’s event, which all Bitcoin developers, both established and emerging, are required to attend.

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