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OmiseGO Partners with UNICEF Innovation for Surge Bangkok Event

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OmiseGO Partners with UNICEF Innovation for Surge Bangkok Event

OmiseGO today reveals that it is now a partner of the Surge Bangkok event. This event is going to be organised by UNICEF Innovation. This is basically a 3-day event to learn and build blockchain applications that can help address global challenges.

The registration for this event is now open and if you want to be a part of this event then you can register it at bit.ly/SURGEBKK 

OmiseGO today tweets about the partnership on the official Twitter handle. The tweet reads, “We’ve partnered with UNICEFinnovate for #SURGE Bangkok! Join us for a 3-day event and build towards financial inclusion with #Blockchain.”

OmiseGO Partners with UNICEF Innovation
OmiseGO Partners with UNICEF Innovation

The event is scheduled for 24 – 26 May 2019 at The Knowledge Exchange: KX. This event is inviting coders, designers and strategists to come to learn and build with them. The UNICEF Innovation also tweets about the event, “Touchdown. #SURGE Bangkok. Come join us in a 3-day event to learn and build blockchain applications that can help address global challenges. Register today: http://bit.ly/SURGEBKK 

This event basically focuses on Hackathon and Learning about Blockchain. Basically Surge Bangkok Learning Event and Hackathon is a community-based event intended for collaboration and learning in the blockchain developer community.

About OmiseGO (OMG)

OmiseGO enables financial inclusion and interoperability through the public, decentralized OMG network. Currently, OMG is trading at $1.96 USD (-0.72%) and is the at the number 28th in terms of market capitalisation. The current market capitalisation of OMG at the time of writing this post is $275,178,893 USD. Here all the price and market capitalisation is taken from CoinMarketCap.

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Ashish is a cryptocurrency journalist who has been passionately involved in the bitcoin space since 2016. His interests lie in bitcoin security, open-source systems, network effects and the intersection between economics and cryptography.