The most complete list of every blockchain and cryptocurrency meetup in Seattle, with ratings! Our custom Bitcoin Market Journal Score is calculated by the number of members, user rating, and activity level. Use it as a guide for which meetups to attend in 2020.
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|City||Meetup Group Name||Description||Number of Members||User Rating||Activity Level||Overall BMJ Score|
|Seattle||RChain Seattle||This meetup is hosted by leaders of The RChain Cooperative(rchain.coop) and includes topics such as - intro to blockchain/cryptocurrency market|
- blockchain 3.0 (RChain)
- next generation smart contracts (Rholang)
- consensus protocols (Casper PoS)
- decentralized applications (DApps)
- market trends
- how to get involved
|Seattle||Blockchain Seattle||This is a Meetup group for anyone interested in blockchain as a technology. All skill levels are welcome. The group was started to foster discussion of blockchain use cases, implementations, and education.||2,880||4||4||3.7|
|Seattle||Seattle AI Developers Group||"Learn by Practice". AI Tech Talks Group is a global tech community to learn and practice AI tech together with thousands like-minded tech engineers by tech talks, networking, workshop, code labs, hackathon, conference, training, etc. AI Tech Talks brings tech leads from companies like Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, Pinterest, Twitter, Nvidia, etc., and successful startups to talk and share their practices, practical experiences and solutions to solve engineering problems.|
AI Tech Talks has the same tech groups in Seattle, SF/Silicon Valley, LA, NYC, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Austin, Toronto, China, Europe, Australia. and many of the tech talks livestream globally.
|Seattle||Hyperledger Seattle||Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration, hosted by The Linux Foundation, including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing, and technology.|
Hyperledger Meetup groups have an informal relationship with Hyperledger, and make up a key part of the Hyperledger ecosystem. Participation in a Hyperledger Meetup group is open to anyone--employees of a Hyperledger member company, Hyperledger contributors and developers, and people just passionate about blockchain technology.
|Seattle||Seattle Scalability Meetup||This meetup focuses on engineering large systems for scalability. Their current focus is on technologies to do data science at scale: distributed systems, machine learning, AI, blockchain, databases, and more!|
The Meetup group is *heavily* focused on deep, technical talks. There are no marketing pitches, no light use case discussions, no pitches. They want to see architecture diagrams, code, and hear real stories from the trenches.
|Seattle||Seattle Ethereum 2.0||The Seattle Ethereum Meetup is a community that gets together to discuss Ethereum, smart contracts, decentralization, blockchain, and possible applications for such technologies.||900||5||4||3.3|
|Seattle||Smart Contracts Seattle||The Smart Contracts Seattle Meetup is about all things smart contracts.|
Understanding Ethereum and Solidity should provide the context within which to better understand other platforms and languages, and specifically, Rholang. Rholang is the Turing complete language based on Greg Meredith's Reflexive Higher Order Calculus (RHO calculus), an extension of Robin Milner's Pi calculus, which Greg Meredith conceived of for building scalable blockchains/DAGs.
|Seattle||Women in Blockchain Seattle||Women in Blockchain Seattle Meetup group is for women interested in blockchain technology, fintech, and cryptocurrency. They welcome all skill levels, knowledge levels, and industries. The purpose of this group is to empower and illuminate the voices and ideas of women.||452||5||4||3.3|
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