Decentral Vancouver is a community incubator for disruptive and decentralized technology that is ground zero for the local cryptocurrency scene.
In Vancouver, Ladies Learning Code holds its volunteer-run workshops at least once a month.
Stand-alone units facing competition from smartphone apps.
The Non-Partisan Association is vowing to establish a Mayor’s Innovation Council aimed at drawing technology investment to the city.
The book also provides insights into how to avoid being ripped off by scamsters who rely on Twitter and Facebook.
Web app is being used on a trial basis by SFU, Vancity, and the Vancouver Airport Authority.
The fourth edition of the decentralized currency convention will take place February 20 to 22, 2015, in at least 13 cities.
Highline, Launch Academy, and Radius boost early-stage companies.
More than a dozen Vancouver eateries accept the cryptocurrency.
As Ryan Sidhoo sees it, he’s the “poster child” for the millennial generation.