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Networking is one seamless means to connect with like minds for collaborations, partnerships, or learning more about a particular subject, product or service.
Mary Imasuen put the Nigerian Bitcoin meetup together for bitcoiners and no-coiners to network, share ideas, and learn more about bitcoin, while orange pilling new plebs to talk about how to grow and how to spread the Bitcoin ethos. Every Bitcoiner was invited, from meetup organizers and regular attendees.
The Nigerian Bitcoin meetup is a fantastic way to get to know other local Bitcoiners. They provide an opportunity to learn and discuss Bitcoin, which can be hard to achieve through articles, podcasts, or social media.
Mary Imasuen, a creative and founder of The Nigerian Bitcoin Meetup, describes her reasons for expanding our world with bitcoin and incorporating bitcoin in what we do while exploring the opportunities in the Bitcoin space that can benefit anyone, even if you are not techy.
Paco de la India was a guest at the meetup; he travels the world with Bitcoin, meeting bitcoin communities on the ground in different parts of the world and sharing his stories and pictures of his journey so far with #RunWithBitcoin and orange pilling new plebs.
The meetup also featured top Bitcoin-only companies who supported the event such as Paxful, Bitnob, BotMeCash, Digioats, Satoshisjournal, Machankura, BitcoinForFairness, amongst others.
Bitcoiner and new plebs also got to see a lightning node demo by Botmecash.
The Nigerian Bitcoin Meetup community is thriving; the meetup is an incredible opportunity to expand your knowledge, talk to other Bitcoiners and learn about new developments. Participation is what helps push adoption and product development.
The Nigerian Bitcoin Meetup meets that demand in its unique way.
Opinions expressed here are entirely that of the writer and do not necessarily reflect those of Satoshi’s Journal or Satoshi’s Entertainment Company.