The BCHDEVCON judges
Shout-out to our judges that supported the teams during the hackathon. We would like to invite you to check their work, their technical deep dives and insights about our industry.
Lead developer from @Bitcoin_ABC, Amaury Séchet was the first to answer our call and shared his insights about the future of Bitcoin Cash. Watch his technical deep dive talk about the “Next Steps for Bitcoin Cash”.
Executive Director of the Bitcoin Cash Association, Paul Wasensteiner joined us from Germany, to share his knowledge about community building in the BCH ecosystem. We look forward to organising more meetups across the world to teach and inspire everyone about peer to peer electronic cash!
Senior Developer at Bitcoin.com and BITBOX, Gabriel Cardona was there to share his knowledge with all the teams. During the technical deep dive, he discussed the tokambrian explosion we will witness on BCH thanks to the Wormhole protocol that enables the creation of smart contracts and token on BCH.
As part of our elite panel of judges, we also welcomed Nikita Zhavoronkov an information security and AML/CFT specialist as well as lead developer of the very popular blockchain search and analytics engine: Blockchair. In addition, Yedige Davletgaliyev, Blockchair’s Chief Research Officer was part of the team of mentors that supported the teams relentlessly for 32 hours.
Ryan X Charles
We welcomed Ryan X Charles, co-founder and CEO of Yours.org and Money Button, two companies built on BCH. As an entrepreneur, he’s interested in reaching the mainstream global audience and cares about instant transactions and low fees, two critical properties of Bitcoin Cash.
Alejandro de la Torre
Last but not least, Alejandro de la Torre, early bitcoiner and VP of Business Operations at BTC.com was chaperoning the whole hackathon. Click on the video to hear his insights about Proof of Work, the 10 year celebration of the Bitcoin whitepaper and the BCH hard fork.
Tank you to all our judges and mentors, who shared their valuable knowledge with the hackers, as the 32 hours ticked down.