Cryptocurrency community meetups are a great way to learn about merchant adoption in your local area, talk to like-minded people and just have some fun. Here’s how you can easily find a Bitcoin Cash (BCH) meetup near you.
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Local Bitcoin Cash Meetups Available All Over the World
On Bitcoin.com’s Events section you’ll find many local bitcoin cash (BCH) meetups available all over the world. You can use the map tool to zoom in on your area to see what meetups are available nearby or just search the directory listing them by continents, countries, cities and so on. Groups are listed in Australia, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas, from Tokyo to Kenya and Silicon Valley.
If you can’t find an event or a group already established in your specific area, you can create a new bitcoin cash meetup yourself. If required, on the Events page you have the option to contact the Bitcoin.com team for support in setting up your new group and getting more people to join meetings based on their experience.
An additional way to find bitcoin cash meetups or to see how successful ones are organized is to follow @BCHMeetups on Twitter. This profile routinely publishes posts on BCH gatherings happening in many different countries, information on where people can find meetups in their area, as well as pictures and stories from events that have already taken place.
Alternatively, if all you want is to do is find someone nearby to exchange cryptocurrency for fiat with, try using Local.Bitcoin.com. The recently launched global marketplace for peer to peer bitcoin cash trading is focused on privacy and anonymity.
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