On April 24, 2019, volunteers from around the world held BAT & Brave meetups in their region for 24 Hours of BAT 3.0, the third installment of a global initiative to draw attention, interest, and adoption to Basic Attention Token and Brave.
The goal of 24 Hours of BAT is to promote virality—to take social media by storm, flooding it with photos and videos of BAT fans from around the world who’ve come together to learn, teach and celebrate the ways in which BAT & Brave are revolutionizing the web.
24 Hours of BAT 3.0 saw participation from 16 regional groups across the globe, including San Francisco, California; Media, Pennsylvania; Vancouver, Canada; Toronto, Canada; Bogotá, Colombia; Juiz de Fora, Brazil; Vigo, Spain; French-speaking community (virtual meetup); Perth, Australia; Tondano, Indonesia; Manado, Indonesia; Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia; Bali, Indonesia, and Bekasi, Indonesia.
Here are a few snapshots from the event:
Hosted by our BAT Community Regional Leaders, each meetup can have its own focus (e.g., online privacy, content creation, developers, etc.). Meetups can range from casual gatherings to more formal presentations, and are held at cafes, bars, or booked venues like conference halls or university auditoriums. But one thing remains constant across all meetups: anyone with a keen interest is welcome to attend!
We would like to thank each of our incredible Regional Leaders for helping us pull off this event! Together, we are building a better web.
If you would like to become a BAT Regional Leader or volunteer, please see this thread about how to sign up.
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