Spotcoin Weekly Roundup #4 - Launching the NEO Black Sea community, with NEO family present

This week, we welcomed visitors to our beautiful home country of Georgia. Visitors are often surprised by Georgia’s charm. And that’s not just because of the nice climate, the beautiful old city of Tbilisi, the wine, the food, the friendly people, the Black Sea beaches and the majestic Caucasus — even though you’d think that would be enough. It’s also a great business climate and brimming with opportunities for blockchain companies, something our guests from Effect.ai, Thor and Travala got wind of within days.

Our friends came over for the launch of the NEO Black Sea community

Tentative plans/dreams of setting up offices in Tbilisi surfaced, and at Spotcoin we would be happy to facilitate our NEO family cousins. Their visit coincided with the launch of the NEO Black Sea community, something that NEO News Today reported on, among others.

Supporting and growing the NEO community is something we feel strongly about, so the event in Signagi was a great moment for us. So far, Spotcoin has been a driving force behind this, but we’re hoping for local NEO and blockchain enthusiasts to become involved. The NEO Black Sea community is not established for profit, but out of the genuine belief that NEO deserves a community in the Black Sea region, and the Black Sea region deserves a NEO community.

To raise interest and show what the opportunities are, we will organize a NEO hackathon later this quarter, together with the Georgian Innovation and Technology Agency and the Georgian-American University.

We are also happy to announce a partnership with Thor, where Spotcoin will bring direct liquidity to the smart gig economy their team has designed.

Effect.ai networking with Dutch economic policy advisors in Tbilisi.

Our friends from Effect.ai wasted no time and took several meetings with high level officials of the Georgian government and the Dutch economic policy advisers in Tbilisi. Since it’s literally not our business, we’ll leave it to them to communicate what they’re up to, but we saw a lot of happy faces.

Things are happening in the Black Sea region, and we’re proud to be a part of it. Providing easy access to digital currencies for the people in our region is our priority. We will make digital currencies work for everyone.

Have a great weekend!

The Spotcoin Team

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