This has been a great year for XDK2MAM. We developed some open source code, enabling to decentralize Bosch XDK110 sensors data through the Tangle and traveled as much as we could to conduct workshops in Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela.
Last Saturday, December 1th, the second IOTA Latino Meetup was held in Valencia (Venezuela) hosted by Saul Ameliach and the precenses of Daniel De Michele and Alejandro Elustondo, founders of XDK2MAM. The event took place in the Hesperia WTC Hotel and had an amazing production, being the first one that had a live stream in spanish and english with a live translator.
00 Leer versión en español This year has been wonderful for IOTA in Latin America, specially in Argentina and Venezuela. Since the begining of 2018 many IOTA Meetups and workshops has been taken place at Buenos Aires and in Bariloche. Latin America is a fertil
This Thursday 22th of November, IOTA had its last 2018 Buenos Aires Meetup at Espacio Bitcoin with the presences of Serguei Popov (IOTA Co-Founder), a remote link with Eric Hop (Qubic Product Owner), Claudio Martin (H2h), Daniel De Michele and Alejandro Elustondo (XDK2MAM) and Nicolas Schteinschraber (R/GA). Because 2018 was a pretty intense year for IOTA in Argentina, before we summarize this Meetup talks, we want to quickly review the year community main events.
Some months ago I found about XDK2MAM and did some review of the project. As Founder of IOTA Latino, I was interested on what this project could enable in Venezuela and the Caribbean, where we are working hard to adopt Tangle and designing some proofs of work as we study the IOTA protocol in depth.
The NGO Bitcoin Argentina will be hosting a Bitcoin/Cardano/IOTA/Monero Meetup on August 24th and some of the IOTA Argentina community members developing over this protocol were invited to explain what IOTA is to an audience mainly focused on Blockchain based DLTs.