Established July 1st in Signagi, Georgia by NEO enthusiasts.
This weekend in Signagi, Georgia, the official NEO Black Sea community was established. The community’s goal is to contribute to the smart economy as envisioned by NEO, in the Black Sea region. Spotcoin is one of the founding members, together with independent developers and entrepreneurs based in countries around the Black Sea. On its own NEO Black Sea Facebook page, the community published a brief statement:
“We are inspired by NEO. We believe in its transparency and pragmatism, in its power to create for the future and in its promise of continuous improvement. We believe NEO’s smart economy will bring a positive change to the world and we will contribute to that in the Black Sea Region.”
Spotcoin was joined by other NEO-based companies Thor, Effect.ai, and Travala for the occasion, together with Georgian blockchain entrepreneur Tamar , independent blockchain developer Conor Scott, Bulgaria-based Brian Hankey from Cranial Ink, Spotcoin’s Armenia country manager Anait Ambartsumyan, and most of the Spotcoin team.
Teaming up with independent NEO developers and entrepreneurs from the Black Sea Region makes perfect sense to Spotcoin CEO Tim Gick:
“We have always been about spreading the NEO gospel and this is an evolution of that attitude. We think NEO deserves a community in the Black Sea Region and the Black Sea Region deserves a NEO community. It will bring the smart economy closer to a region that is already a frontrunner. We’re very happy to be part of this.”
Spotcoin has a strong involvement in both the NEO community and the Black Sea Region, bringing simple liquidity from fiat to digital currencies including all NEO NEP-5 tokens. Its first geographical focus is on the Black Sea Region, where it is actively involved with education and government projects in an advisory role. Its mission is to make digital currencies work for everyone, especially the NEO community.
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