This coming May 17, the “Bitcoin Salvy” event will be held in the capital of El Salvador, San Salvador, a meeting that seeks to expand knowledge about DeFi, through an interactive experience. This was announced to Cointelegraph, the organizers of the event in a statement.
Bitcoin Salvy, will be organized by RSK, Tropykus, Money on Chain and KriptonMarket, and will take place on May 17 at 6:00 p.m. in San Benito, San Salvador. The event will be open to the public and its objective is to promote and bring people closer to different decentralized financial tools such as Bitcoin, virtual wallets and stable currencies.
The first version of Bitcoin Salvy, will be in charge of experts the co-founders of Tropykus, Mauricio Tovar, Kripton Market, Juan Pablo Moreno, together with Money on Chain, who in a practical way, will carry out an educational experience that seeks to democratize knowledge about decentralized finance on Bitcoin.
Also during the day, according to what was reported, A workshop will be held where the participants will be able to see how to configure a wallet, how to obtain a stable currency, take loans and make purchases and payments through bitcoin.
In addition, a call will be open to the community interested in bitcoin for a “meet, chat and have a drink” offering a 50% discount on the first drinks and meals, to those who make the payment with Dollar on Chain (stable currency backed by bitcoin).
These activities will take place starting at 8:00 pm, after the workshop in Cadejo de San Benito (Calle La Reforma #222). Those interested in registering for the meetup can do so here.
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