WebZero, a full-service global event agency based in Denver, Colorado, is once again gearing up to create an unforgettable experience for hackers and developers in the blockchain and crypto space. After the success of Polkadot’s Hacker House in New York City two years ago, WebZero is now set to host a seven-day co-working experience called ETHDenver from February 26 to March 3. This event will provide a platform for crypto-native developers, coders, engineers, computer scientists, and builders to showcase their skills and network with like-minded individuals.
The ETHDenver Hacker House is set to feature a range of attractions, including a hackathon, technical workshops, a hardware soldering station with in-person support, and even a private chef. This unique event is designed to cater to individuals with Rust experience or an interest in Rust-based blockchains, making it an ideal opportunity for both seasoned Polkadot builders and newcomers to the ecosystem to come together and collaborate. In addition, venture capitalists and incubators will also be in attendance, seeking to recruit talented individuals and teams.
While no accommodation will be provided, the demand for coworking spots at the Hacker House is expected to be high, and interested parties are encouraged to submit their applications as soon as possible to secure a spot. The event will foster a hive-like atmosphere, with workshops, team events, and hackathon activities happening concurrently, creating an exciting and dynamic environment for all participants.
One of the highlights of the event is the hackathon, which will offer a prize pool of $10,000 USD worth of bounties. Additionally, there will be daily networking events featuring different teams, providing attendees with the opportunity to enhance their developer skills by interacting with some of the brightest minds in the blockchain ecosystem.
Furthermore, ETHDenver is known as the largest annual event on the Ethereum calendar, with last year’s attendance figure exceeding 15,000 paying customers. With a 50% increase in attendance from the previous year, organizers are hopeful for an even bigger turnout when this year’s event kicks off on February 23.
WebZero has positioned itself as a key player in creating tailor-made event experiences for leading stakeholders in the Substrate ecosystems and a growing number of L1s and L2s in the wider web3 industry. As a full-service global event agency, they specialize in bringing ideas to life by creating immersive and memorable experiences for their clients and their guests.
Those interested in participating in the ETHDenver Hacker House can reach out to Roman M. Kemper at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is recommended to secure a spot as soon as possible due to the limited availability of coworking spaces. With the promise of a bustling and dynamic environment, this year’s ETHDenver event is poised to be a hotbed of innovation and collaboration for the blockchain and crypto community.