BCH Geek Event Sees Over 100 Developers Working on Bitcoin Cash Apps
More Than One Hundred Coders Gather In China To Help Build New Apps On Bitcoin Cash Network
Recently on June 1st – 3rd, more than 100 developers and coders met to start the BCH Geek in Hangzhou, China. The event surrounded BCH Apps to make Bitcoin Cash available for all people, around the world. Regional reports stated the event was more successful than anyone could hope for with a lot of cool new apps being created to enhance the BCH network.
There’s already been a large number of apps created for the Bitcoin Cash Network. At this particular hackathon, which took place in Hangzhou, China, they built more BCH-centric software apps than anything else. The BCH Geek event as it’s been named, took place early June with massive firms such as Bitmain Technologies, BTC.top, and Viabtc there in attendance, to name a few.
Local reports stated the BCH focused groups at the hackathon contained more than a hundred programmers who had solid research into the network, with new app prototypes already in development. The Geek event was started by the blockchain video portal ChongqingTed.cc, as well as a few other members of the BCH community.
There was a total of more than eleven teams at the event, made of developers, programmers, coders and firms like Viabtc. Others included students from the Chongqing University. On Reddit this week, one BCH Attendees said the hackathon was more than satisfactory, he also gave some details on the top teams who took place in the development of apps.
Three of the main teams mentioned were the groups from Viabtc, Gon and Mempool, of which Mempool created a URL-paying browser plug-in based on BCH that integrates fully with HTTP and status 402 protocol. As for the programmers from Viabtc, they brought to the house a BCH-authenticator that is used to store and synchronize across multiple devices.
The application doesn’t take a server and authentication data is restored very easily when needed. One of the other teams from Gon created a design application called Token Dice, built on a decentralized network of on-chain 1v1 quiz application based on BCH technologies. The Token Dice developers also used the OP_Code, ‘OP_DATASIGNVERIFY,’ to create the platform. One other application used was called ‘IF Password’ a new password management software (ifpass.cash) that is linked to the BCH blockchain.
More apps are said to be coming soon according to attendees who heard speakers like Edward Liu, co-founder of Bitkan, and Jiang Zhuoer, founder of BTC.top. The two talked about new innovations being built on top of the BCH network as of this writing.
The industry leaders spoke about current platforms such as Memo, Blockpress, and Cointext which are giving users on-chain ‘killer apps’ once heralded a few years ago. The Bitcoin Cash Geek event also ended with high levels of success, with at least a few BCH infused platforms being demonstrated at the event that will soon be released for all the users on the network.
It’s safe to say, this event will likely spark several more of these genius BCH Geek coding events in the future, while also helping the world better receive networks like BCH.