WaykiChain Meet-up was successfully held in Edirne

On December 5th, WaykiChain Global Partner, Vincent, held a meet-up in Edirne which is the northern industrial and cultural center of Turkey. This event attracted nearly 100 cryptocurrency enthusiasts participated in the meet-up.

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The meet-up started with an WaykiChain introduction by the WaykiChain Global Partner, Vincent. The presentation by Vincent grabbed the attention of everyone throughout the meet-up. People listened and participated actively, as most of them are majored in computer science and WaykiChain’s technical advantages were clear shown in the blockchain business.

The Q&A session was mostly about security issues. Banks versus blockchain was an interesting topic of discussion. The philosophy of handling private keys versus paycheck of bank staff was the focus. WaykiChain with its bottom layer stablecoins WUSD is the most secure payment method in the blockchain area with its real decentralized, transparent, and fast mechanism. The advantages and disadvantages of the other stablecoins compared to WUSD were discussed during the meet-up.

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After the presentation, people who are most interested in the project joined the consultation session where they had a chance to study smart contracts, how they can apply to the program and what they can do. They were given information on Lua and WASM with one-to-one consultations. The attendees were all impressed by the marvelous achievemrnts that how WASM mechanism allows various programming languages on WaykiChain main chain. Those who participated in the consultation were mostly interested in writing smart contracts for WaykiChain.

If you want to know more details about Waykichain, please visit:

WaykiChain Twitter: @wayki_chain

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