Several top bitcoin startups including 500Startups, BitGo, BitPay, ChangeTip, ShapeShift, BlockCypher, and Mirror will be onsite to chat with job seekers.
Mike Casey and Paul Vigna, WSJ reporters and authors of “The Age of Cryptocurrency,” will also be present to answer questions during a Q&A Panel on Saturday evening.
The College Crypto Network (CCN) will also be organizing a 2-day Bitcoin Hackathon (“BitHack”) as part of the Sunnyvale Bitcoin Job Fair.
The BitHack event will kick off on Thursday, April 16th and will conclude at the end of the Bitcoin Job Fair on Saturday, April 18th at the Plug And Play Tech Center. Participants in the BitHack will have their choice of 4 APIs to build on top of, including ChangeTip, ShapeShift and BitGo. The BitHack is meant to enable remote job seekers an opportunity to exhibit their skill sets for hiring startups in search of developer and engineering talent.