Successful Blockchain and Web3 event in Cordoba- Argentina

On September 24, an event took place focused on various topics related to blockchain technology, such as the development of smart contracts, presentation of web3 projects, NFT, and much more.

As the days go by, adoption in blockchain technology-related issues continues to advance more and more, through various events around the world.

In some cases they are visible thanks to official announcements from large international companies, or certain governments, or even soccer teams, that decide to cover part of the ground involving the use of cryptocurrencies, NFT, web3, or just the approach to blockchain technology as a good means and method of safeguarding unbreakable, transparent and secure information.

On the other hand, there are also several events related to this topic, which bring together thousands of enthusiasts and fans of the new trend, and are spread around the world. One of the most relevant cases is the “ETH LATAM” event: one of the largest events in Latin America, whose first edition was held in Buenos Aires on August 11, 12 and 13. Argentina was chosen as the first venue due to its high level of adoption in the use of cryptocurrencies. The next edition will be held in Bogota on October 10 of this year.

But as these types of international events develop, an event held in Cordoba Capital, in“Bithouse“, the official headquarters of the company Bitlogic, has generated repercussions last Saturday, September 24. The event was called Findecripto Cbaorganized by the DAO Cordoverseand was structured in two stages.

For my part (Luciano Garriga), I attended the event completely, from the beginning with the development of smart contracts, until the last presentation of the event. In the first part of the day, approximately between 9:30hs (Buenos Aires, Argentina time) until 13:30hs, gave place to a Workshop on the development of Smart Contracts with Solidity, in which a brief introduction was made on theoretical issues regarding blockchain, cryptocurrencies, ethereum, wallets, tokens, among others.

After a few brief clarifications, we moved on to the code. Basic commands for initializing a contract and some good practices were discussed, before moving on to the compilation of the contract on a local network, and finally deploying the contract to check that it is error-free and that the code in the contract runs correctly.

After the workshop, the second part of the event began. Through numerous rooms offered by Bithouse, the presentations of various projects and equipment with their particular characteristics were exhibited. The following is a specific description of the authors and topics that were discussed at the meeting:

* Arturo Grande – Design and development of web products3,

* Fernando Boiero – Security and the future of wallets,

* José Romero Victorica – Tokenization of assets,

* Sebastral – How altruism works in web3,

* Paula Arenzo and Máximo Gándara – Agribusiness on the web3/agricultural tokenization,

* Lucas Valeggiani – Building from a minimum viable community,

* Alan Valdivia – Metaverse as a tool to generate business with NFT,

* Mariana Aguilar – Web3 social,

* El Chango – New forms of payments with blockchain,

* Hernán Virgolini – Innovation Workshop,

* Nacho – Social impact through public goods,

* Gastón Abigador and Seba Chuffer – Metaverse and the future of human interactivity.

It also had a variety of sponsors, such as Bitlogic, PinApp, Paydece, Welook, Virtuality, BluLatam, Vibraaa. In addition, some of them held raffles during the event.

The event brought together a variety of issues, such as agriculture, altruism, social relations on the web3 and the metaverse, generating business through the metaverse and NFT, new P2P (peer to peer) payment methods with Paydece, etc.

There is no doubt about the progress in the adoption of these technologies, seeing the wide range of possibilities, tools, products and businesses that they offer today and in the future.

Written by Luciano Garriga (TW:@luchogarriga) for NFT Express