There’s not really an excellent way to sum up whatever I saw and experienced. However I will certainly do my ideal to do that on a day to day basis, highlighting the important points.
I land in Belgrade and get picked up by an operations supervisor at the joint endeavour. He is an extreme type individual and takes me straight to my apartment, offering me some information concerning Serbia and very good conversation. I met him a number of times over my trip and am grateful that such sort of individuals exists in the world. After getting freshened up at the apartment, I head to the GNation office, which remains in walking range from the apartment or condo, to meet numerous people. GNation President Sergey Sholom I satisfied the whole cryptocurrency group. People are servicing the network, the block explorer, wallets (like GC Lite), graphics designers, and even some admin folks. I also met with the acting COO and new CTO of the company. I will not offer names due to the fact that I have actually not requested their approval to do so, however if they desire their names released I will happily modify this article to publish them.
The crypto team consists of 2 or 3 long time Game credits staff members, and a number of brand-new hires (less than 4 months on duty).
I likewise satisfied Maxim Sholom. throughout the entire course of my trip, so I did not meet him.
Sergey was in San Francisco
I rest with the crypto designers the remainder of the day, and they take me to lunch and we review various points. Primarily detailing what was going to occur during the course of the remainder of the journey. GNation President Sergey Sholom The crypto designers sit in their own room contrasted to the GNation folks, which provides me with a tip that something rotten is up.
July 10th: A large meeting is introduced in the company for the block chain/crypto currency team. The conference is announced by Adage Sholom and posted in front of the crypto group’s door. I’m forced to sign an NDA prior to I can go to the conference, which I do so unwillingly. I miss out on the very first half of the conference because of the hold-ups in paperwork.