In an effort to train and bring more developers into the blockchain development ecosystem, Belfrics Kenya, through its new initiative called Belfrics Academy, has organized an educational event to help students from the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) get up to speed with distributed ledger technologies.
Belfrics Kenya intends to reach over 300 developers during the event and get them get started onto blockchain.
According to the official event page:
You’ll get a chance to experience a live demo of world’s first KYC integrated enterprise-grade blockchain and get access to tools needed to build decentralized applications or launch private blockchains on the platform.
Belfrics Kenya will soon be introducing its Belrium public-private blockchain and building a developer ecosystem will be crucial in ensuring adoption and enabling tools and Dapps to be developed on the Belrium blockchain.
some of the speakers at the event will include:
- Hon. Michael Onyango – Former Minister for ICT, Kisumu County and Member of National Taskforce on Blockchain and AI – KE
- Santhosh Palavesh – Chief Innovations Officer at Belfrics and Founder/CEO at UMM Digital valued at 1B KES
- Raghu Vamsi Gonnabathula – Lead Software Engineer, BelfricsBT
- Djibril Wachiye – Head of Business Development, Belfrics Kenya
- Uday Senan – Global Strategist, Belfrics Academy
- Trilochana Chary Soppadandi – Senior Blockchain Developer, BelfricsBT
BitcoinKE will be on the ground for the event coverage.