Matic Network hosted a Seoul Community Meetup on Wednesday, July 24th in South Korea where Co-Founder & COO Sandeep Nailwal got the chance to interact with the Korean community and discuss Matic’s current progress towards project developments as well as any upcoming plans for Matic.
It was a huge success as Sandeep was able to engage with the Korean blockchain enthusiasts. Like-minded individuals were given the opportunity to network with each other on top of sharing their common interest in Matic Network. Sandeep, as well as a few key speakers from the industry, took the stage to present their insights on blockchain.
The Seoul community meetup was a great opportunity for users and developers to learn about the conception of Matic Network and explain the different features that Matic offers to accelerate mass adoption of blockchain as well as bring more developers on board to BUIDL on Matic.
Sandeep emphasized the current focal areas that Matic Network intends on integrating in which is Decentralized Finance (DeFi), Gaming, Payments, and Marketplaces. For the developers that attended, we showcased some of our Ecosystem Dev Tools such as our Matic wallet, Dagger, and Hermione.
“If you are an Ethereum developer, then you are already a developer on Matic Network.”
Developer Support Program
Aside from educating the community with different use cases for Matic. We also wanted to extend out a helping hand to the developer community in Seoul with the Matic Developer Support Program (DSP).
For those unaware, the Matic team offers assistance to blockchain developers struggling to jumpstart bringing their product to life. You can read more about it here.
Matic Mitra Program
Matic Network is all about expanding into different parts of the globe. The Matic team is looking for passionate individuals who want to spread the word about Matic and organize community meetups. We’re offering rewards and benefits to Mitras that put in the time and effort. As well as assistance and resources to ensure success for Mitras.
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