BitShares in The Balkans: University Workshop in Zagreb, Croatia - Detailed terms and foundation of BitShares

in bitshares •  9 months ago

BitShares Workshop was held at the university finance class, made possible by the community, @apasia.tech, and BitShares Slovenia


Effectus University College for Law and Finance, at the Finance Department Class


Thursday 1st Febuary 2018 - Zagreb, Croatia


Workshop was organized through our ongoing project of expanding BitShares towards Eastern Europe and The Balkans, initially through @apasia.tech presence to establish BitShares Slovenia.


Workshop was run by:

Bojan Tomić - Head Of The Finance Department & Lecturer at University College for Finance and Law Effectus

Domagoj Poljak - Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, VP of the Student Government & MBA - Taxes and Corporate Law student


Participants are all related to studies & professional activity of finance, economics and business analytics in the Balkans. Namely, Croatia, Bosnia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Serbia, Slovenia - and will further be active with BitShares Slovenia DEX when launched. Beyond opening the possibility of BitShares to these territories, they are embracing concept of the DAC, and keen to give back to the community by understanding this is a symbiosis which brings potential. Their expertise is already being extended to terminology, both financial and legal areas, of BitShares for applying it to business models in Europe and beyond.

Translation of BitShares DEX UI to Balkan languages


BitShares Slovenia already provided full translation of DEX UI terms. From here they are extending to review all terminology from a perspective of academic finance, economy and legal aspects they will feedback suggested improvements. This is something that can bring great benefit to BitShares community, especially towards giving credibility to BitShares platform around any traditional finance, legal and banking world players that come to assess BitShares potential in the future.

We look forward to bring you more updates soon about the ongoing progress of BitShares Slovenia. The seminar enabled all to get a shared grounding in the foundation of BitShares, they will take further towards profitable business growth and development for all of BitShares community and shareholders. The Balkans after all, are Europe's proving ground and most influential region overall in the cryptocurrency market.

The seminar was run using materials which @apasia.tech curated from across the entire BitShares community and extend our thanks to all who contributed.

We had been supporting the organizers over a while to put together the content along with supporting remotely 'train the trainer' of BitShares, to ensuring translation work and final delivery of the seminar we can see in the pictures.


They have shared the following photographs with us (which we edited a little) from the workshop

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That is fantastic that a university is teaching about Bitshares. Frankly I think every college student should learn about decentralized exchanges.

i love what you guys have done for the community , and on behalf of the community , thank you.

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many thanks for your support and being part of the community also

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