The City of Buenos Aires is preparing to host Ethereum Argentina, the most anticipated technology event in the region, which promises to bring together more than 4,000 enthusiasts and experts from all over the world. In this unique meeting point, users, educators, students, entrepreneurs and developers will meet to exchange knowledge, share use cases and create projects aimed at solving real challenges in the region, taking advantage of the transformative potential of Ethereum and blockchain technology. Ethereum Argentina will have two sections:
  • Buildathon: On August 16 and 17, the Buildathon will invite developers from the region to create and design Web3 products that address real issues. With a focus on using technology to improve quality of life, the Buildathon will provide teams with mentorship in product development, business models, design, and user experience. More than 500 people are expected to participate in this event.
  • Main conference: It will take place on August 17, 18 and 19 and includes conferences by international speakers, workshops, and networking opportunities. More than 4,000 attendees are expected, providing them with ample opportunities to participate and learn.
The conference will offer content for beginners and advanced levels. The talks will be given in Spanish and English, with translation services available to ensure inclusion and accessibility for all attendees. With a diverse agenda, the event will have the participation of top-level exponents such as Vitalik (co-creator of the Ethereum network), Aya Miyaguchi (Ethereum Foundation), Sebastián Serrano (Ripio), Marcelo Cavazzoli (Lemon), Skylar ( Devcon & Devconnect), among the confirmed exhibitors for this meeting. Tickets are free and can be purchased through the  event’s official website. Also, within the framework of the conference, during the second week of August, different parallel events will be held in the City, organized by different actors and sponsors of the event.


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