In the framework of sixth edition of Devcon in Colombia, the Tropykus team held a parallel event on October 9, where they invited the participants to live experiences of Colombian traditions. This was reported by the organizers to Cointelegraph en Español.
On October 9, the people of Tropykus held a side event among the more than 200 that revolved around Devcon VI. The Tropykal experience began with a bike-tour, taking advantage of a tradition that dates back to the seventies in Bogotá, known as “the bike path”, where the streets are enabled for the use of cyclists and pedestrians.
Participants of the Bike-Tour through the city of Bogotá
The experience continued at La Escuela Taller, an educational center that trains young people between 18 and 25 years of age from socially vulnerable populations in traditional trades at no cost.. The cooking students taught the attendees how to prepare the traditional colombian empanadas. Then the participants had the opportunity to taste Ajiaco, the traditional dish of Bogotá, a chicken soup with three different types of native potatoes.
To end the experience, could not miss the national sport known as Tejo, which consists of throwing a metal disk at some clay courts where the goal is to blow up a fuse. Fun and laughter were what characterized this event.
The activities were attended by different web 3.0 communities and companies such as API3, Web3auth, Solow, Platzi and Xcaret, among others.
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