As we head into the dog days of summer, we here at the Boston Blockchain Association hope you’ve been having a safe and happy summer thus far. This week is pretty quiet on the blockchain meetups front, so we suggest you take some time to get outdoors and boost your physical and mental health.
If you aren’t already, please help support technology and blockchain development in Boston by becoming a member of the Boston Blockchain Association today. All you have to do is apply to become a member (takes just a minute of your time) to be sure you’ll stay informed on all Boston area blockchain events. Digital blockchain technology is the future of many global industries. Get involved in the future.
Here are the planned virtual and in-person events in Boston’s blockchain community for the coming week:
Wednesday, July 29, 2020, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM EDT
Are you an Internet of Things startup looking to pitch your company in front of an audience and panel of expert VC and Angel judges? This is your chance. Meet, field questions, and get immediate feedback from investors. Our judges will come from the Internet of Things industry. Network with other investors and founders in the crowd.
Thursday, July 30, 2020, 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM EDT
Are you a Blockchain startup looking to pitch your company in front of an audience and panel of expert VC and Angel judges? This is your chance. Meet, field questions, and get immediate feedback from investors. Our judges will come from the Blockchain industry. Network with other investors and founders in the crowd.
Careers in Blockchain
Looking for a career in blockchain? Looking to hire great blockchain talent? We’re starting a new Blockchain Jobs section of our newsletter and website.
If you are a blockchain professional interested in finding your next job opportunity, check out the Boston Blockchain Association Network.
New blockchain jobs are continually being added, including positions for a Remote Blockchain Developer for nFolks Ltd., Senior DevOps Engineer with Algorand, a Research Staff Member, Human-Computer Interaction at IBM, or Research Software Developer at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
Job seekers can submit CVs, and employers can list their blockchain job openings. For employers, we welcome links to your blockchain job postings; for employees, we welcome links to your online resume or CV. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “JOBS.”
You should also consider joining the Boston Blockchain Association today. Just fill out an application and you will stay up to date on all Boston-area blockchain happenings.