Holochain doesn’t ring a bell if you’re a crypto enthusiast, especially if you’re fixated on the top coins. However, investors who are full-time traders are aware that the coin market is like a mine. The dipper you dig, the likelihood that you’d come across a pearl of great value.
Holochain is a decentralized platform that prides itself for incorporating the so-called biomimicry and commons in the core of its blockchain. The project site states:
“As an open source project, Holochain is built by the collaborative work of many people in ways both large and small. However, in its current nascent phase, most of the support comes from Holo, a company building out the first large-scale use of Holochain: a network for distributed hosting of Holochain applications.
The team in a recent release announced a Holochain meet-up which is an avenue in which blockchain enthusiast would be availed opportunity of leaning about the holochain blockchain and its potentials.
The February 20, 2020 meet-up is has been scheduled to hold at Toronto, Canada, where Eric Bear, the Community and Events director of the network would connect with other local distributed system enthusiasts. This is aimed at exploring ways to create the necessary impact in the task of building the “Next Net”.
#Event 🔳— Holochain (@holochain) February 19, 2020
💙Happening Tomorrow in Toronto!
➡️Come and learn about Holochain and network with others who are interested in scalable distributed systems and #P2P tech!
✅When: February 20th, 7:00 to 9:00 PM
✅All details can be found here: https://t.co/l2ze5PMyw2#P2P #Holo pic.twitter.com/RkippSEn75
According to the update,
“This event is for anyone interested in learning more about Holochain, distributed applications, and the world made possible when people connect directly without the stronghold of powerful centralized institutions.”
The conference is open to entrepreneur, businesses, academics, community organizers and any stakeholders in the blockchain industry interested in knowing about the Holochain network and what it hopes to accomplish.
Interested participants should contact Eric Bear, the meet-up organizer for details.