On Saturday the 6th of March, blockchain solutions company, Jelurida Africa, successfully concluded the first edition of its blockchain meetup in Tanzania. The meetup, which was centred on Blockchain in Real Estate, was the first of several meetups which the company plans to roll out this year, in preparation for its signature blockchain program, the Europe-Africa Blockchain Developers’ Call.
The meetup was both virtual and physical. The physical meeting was held at the Practical School of Journalism (PSJ) in Dar es Salaam, and several students, blockchain enthusiasts and Dar es Salaam residents were in attendance. The meeting was moderated by the company’s Tanzanian representative, Charles Chale, and aired live for persons from other countries to join in.
The Managing Director of Jelurida Africa, Adedayo Adebajo, gave a virtual presentation on blockchain use cases in the real estate sector, and equally tackled questions which were asked after the session. Alongside the Managing Director of the company, a number of lecturers from neighbouring universities were also in attendance. These include lecturers from Mzumbe University (Mogoro), St. John’s University (Dodoma), and St. Augustine University (Mwanza). To gain access to recorded videos of the meetup, visit https://youtu.be/ZYUN3klrRAg
The company has tagged the success of its first blockchain meetup as an indication that its goal of widespread blockchain education on the continent is feasible enough to be achieved. Next on the line of Jelurida Africa’s meetups is the Rwandan meetup. The meetup will be held on the 13th of March, and will be focused on Blockchain in Health. Further information on the Rwandan meetup will be released subsequently by the company.
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