Oslo Bitcoin Meetup, an annual gathering of like-minded cryptocurrency enthusiasts, has announced a name change. The group shall henceforth be known as Oslo Bitcoin Cash Meetup to reflect its founders’ newfound appreciation for the revitalized bitcoin fork. The fourth meetup of the Norwegian group will take place on November 24th under the BCH banner. The name might have changed, but the plan – drink beer and talk crypto – remains unchanged.
Free Beer and Free Coins
When the blockchain forked on August 1, all bitcoin holders received an equal distribution of bitcoin cash. Attendees of the Oslo Bitcoin Cash Meetup can look forward to enjoying free beer paid for those same free coins. Organizer Stein Ludvigsen has created a dedicated BCH wallet for the event to serve as a “global fundraiser” for the meetup’s beer purchases. The cryptocurrency enthusiast has generously put in almost 0.3 of his own BCH, and the pool has since doubled in size. In a country where a beer costs around US $9, that’s a gesture that all bitcoiners can get behind…
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