Global Blockchain Business, RightMesh, Hosts International Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Experts in Maple Ridge
December 07, 2017 --
VANCOUVER, B.C. (PRWEB) December 07, 2017
In anticipation of its own upcoming cryptocurrency token launch, RightMesh, a mesh networking platform and protocol secured by blockchain technology, is hosting experts from as far away as Switzerland for a panel discussion about blockchain and token generation. RightMesh's multi-award winning parent company, Left, is opening the doors of its corporate headquarters in Maple Ridge and inviting enthusiasts from Vancouver and the Fraser Valley to join them in learning about multiple aspects of TGEs (sometimes referred to as ICOs or Initial Coin Offerings) from legal implications to marketing and international perspectives.
The event is supported by numerous local industry organizations: BC Blockchain Forum, Fraser Valley Bitcoin and Blockchain Meetup, Vancouver Tech Meetup, Hackernest Vancouver, and Vancouver Tech Podcast.
Special guests include:
Nicolai Oster - Head of ICOs at Bitcoin Suisse
Les Borsai - Cofounder at Songlily and ICO advisor to several successful projects
Boris Mann - Founder at Frontier Foundry and local blockchain advocate
Elsa Wilk - Head of Marketing at Axiom Zen, Marketing Manager at CryptoKitties, previous Marketing Director for the wildly successful Civic ICO.
A complimentary shuttle bus is offered for those traveling to and from Vancouver, and all attendees will enjoy food, drinks, foosball, table tennis, industry networking and more.
For more details, visit the meetup page: https://www.meetup.com/Fraser-Valley-Bitcoin/events/245454775/?_cookie-check=U0Rif_LlnQ9cfK6W
For media invitations or to schedule an interview, please contact Dana Harvey; dana(at)rightmesh(dot)io or call 778-929-3262.
RightMesh, incubated by multi-award winning parent company Left, is on a mission to bring connectivity to the next billion users using the combined power of blockchain, mesh networking and its own MESH tokens. RightMesh wireless networks are self-forming, self-healing, and self-regulating, using various technologies in existing smartphones and IoT devices rather than relying on traditional infrastructure and Internet Service Providers. RightMesh's networking technology is already used in a content-sharing and local messaging app called YO! which has received over 1 million installs and is actively used in emerging markets. At home in Canada, RightMesh is supporting a community-led initiative to bring connectivity to the remote community of Rigolet by mesh enabling the enuk app.
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