ETHDenver 2019 Empowering Colorado Blockchain Community with Free Child Care, Open-Sourced #BUIDL Week, Complimentary Coworking & More

CONTACT: Hannah Oreskovich
January 28th, 2019

ETHDenver 2019 Empowering Colorado Blockchain Community with Free Child Care, Open-Sourced #BUIDL Week, Complimentary Coworking & More

Through community initiatives like free child care, open-sourced educational events across Colorado’s Front Range, and complimentary coworking, the ETHDenver blockchain #BUIDLATHON & Community Gathering is ensuring all attendees are given the opportunity to learn, connect, and build the future of web3 technology.

Denver, CO — Along with all of the experiential blockchain use cases ETHDenver attendees will be able to experiment with at this year’s BUIDLATHON February 15-17, another focus of ETHDenver 2019 is empowering the global blockchain community attending the event. With over 2000 individuals already confirmed from over 30 countries and 30 states, ETHDenver is set to be the biggest BUIDLATHON event of the year. For the first time ever at an ETHGlobal event, ETHDenver is proud to be offering free child care services with Nanno for all attendees this year so that parents from around the world have the chance to #buidl too! From 8AM-8PM daily February 15-17, Nanno’s experienced professionals will provide child care in an area directly attached to the ETHDenver Sports Castle. Children will even be provided catering during their stay, and ETHDenver will also have onsite nursing and pumping rooms available for mothers.

Along with being the largest BUIDLATHON for Ethereum, ETHDenver is also the largest free educational event ever produced for open source technology. In the days leading up to ETHDenver February 11-14, #BUIDL Week will feature community-driven demonstrations, speakers, panels, and educational workshops throughout Colorado designed to empower and educate the growing and thriving blockchain community. Event planning is open source and can be done by any person, group, or project on ETHDenver’s website. Whether organizers are local or coming from across the globe, everyone is invited to host events designed to prepare attendees for ETHDenver or to further the blockchain discussion worldwide.

ETHDenver had also partnered with local blockchain event organizers to create a series of keystone events along the Front Range as part of #BUIDL Week. These events will feature luminaries, special guests, networking opportunities, and team building icebreakers. One of these keystone events is a screening of Trust Machine and fireside chat with Joseph Lubin on February 13 with Block Party. This will allow all ticketing for the film to be done with the blockchain, which is yet another way ETHDenver 2019 is making blockchain use cases available to attendees. Please see our full keystone event schedule on our website.

Complimentary coworking will also be offered for the entire international blockchain community with space at Enterprise Coworking in RiNo from 9AM-5PM February 11-13 and at the Sports Castle 9AM-9PM February 14. This way, attendees can get a bit of work done between #BUIDL Week sessions in a space where they can meet with other blockchain industry professionals. Enterprise will also be hosting several presentations and workshops for #BUIDL Week, so those interested can pop in for these educational opportunities while taking advantage of Enterprise’s great coworking amenities. A full list of Sports Castle events for February 14, including a #BeMyBufficorn Valentine’s Day event, will be released soon.

ETHDenver is proud to be a part of so many community-driven efforts to empower all attendees and the global blockchain community to build the future of web3 technology. ETHDever is 100% community-funded and 100% free to attend. Applications are required and the final acceptance wave closes January 31. Apply and learn more information today at