GCR Workshop #3 Recap: Essential & Practical Guide to Chinese Community w/ Toya from Nervos Network

For the third session of our workshop, we are delighted to have Toya, head of Ecosystem Development for Nervos Network, arguably the largest, native blockchain projects from China in to give us a workshop on Ecosystem Development in China and International.

Toya will discuss:

-The nuances of the crypto community in China vs other countries

-The essentials to understand blockchain communities in China

-How can companies from the West build their own communities in China?

-and more…

About Our Guest:

Toya is a former member of Ethereum Foundation and a founding partner of EthFans, a Chinese community active since late 2015. EthFans as a publication curated over 2000 translated and original articles and initiated meetups for many well-known projects. Toya later joined her former EF colleague Jan Xie at Nervos Network.

About Nervos: Nervos Network is building a global trustware suite that aims to unlock the true potential of the decentralized economy. Project founding team include prominent Chinese crypto community members such as a former Ethereum core dev, a former Blockstream research, the Ex-CTO of the largest Ethereum mobile wallet, ImToken. Checkout Nervos’s token-economic paper. https://www.nervos.org/

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