IOTA Argentina Meetup: a brief review to what’s going on around here

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Tomorrow, Wednesday 25th of July, we will be having our official first IOTA Argentina Meetup, sponsored by IOTA Ecosystem. To be strict this is not the first time we are having an IOTA Meetup in Argentina. This is, actually, the third month in a row in which we will be conducting Meetups in Argentina. Despite the fact that our previous Meetups were not as important/big/organized as the one coming tomorrow, I would like to quicky review this activity.

May Meetup at Taringa! HQ

Our first Meetup took place at Taringa! headquarters by May. Matias Botbol (Taringa! CEO and DLT enthusiast) was kind enough to invite a bunch of us to discuss about the DLT ecosystem and IOTA in particular. That was the first time we met tête à tête, after many months of spending long hours talking about IOTA on different social networks.

June Meetup at Carpincho’s House

Two months, two Meetups, right? Our second one was a big bigger and it took place at my livingroom at some point of June. I guess I was hosting that one, indeed. A couple of new faces: still getting to know people you talk to on a regular basis through the computer in person. This second edition had a big bonus: Serguei Popov gave us an awesome talk on IOTA origins and fundamentals. By the end of his presentation he told us he was going to be at Buenos Aires in July. We knew that this Meetups thing was just starting.

July Meetup with Popov, sponsored by IOTA Ecosystem

So, I don’t know what’s gonna happend in August, but our third -in-a-row Meetup is taking place on the 25th July in Instituto Baikal. This time Serguei Popov will be among us as a speaker. Lots of things in the middle, since the last June Meetup. We got ourselves a amazing venue with people at Instituto Baikal (awesome people, doing awesome things). Also, the IOTA Ecosystem reached out to us to support and sponsor the event, which basically allowed us to bring some speakers from distant cities, put some food and drinks for the attendes and have a good live stream.

Youtube Live:

In the middle

It wouldn’t be fair to not mention the Hangouts we had though this months with different community members. This are amazing instances to exchanges points of view, learn from other’s background and keep

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