GoldCoin (GLC) Regional Conference Comes to Tamale Technical University | West Africa

GoldCoin (GLC) Regional Conference Comes to Tamale Technical University | West Africa

Growing Cryptocurrency Community Hopes to Get Ghanaians Better Acquainted With the Future of Money

Tamale, West Africa – May 15, 2018 – Ghana’s first GoldCoin Regional Conference is on track to introduce more people to cryptocurrency. The free gathering, which will take place on May 26, 2018, at the Tamale Technical University (TaTu) Assembly Hall, features a unique program designed to promote the technology behind GoldCoin.

As the hub of North Ghanian education, Tamale is the perfect setting for the conference. TaTu’s history as a centre of postgraduate education and workforce-oriented degree advancement makes it highly conducive to promoting novel concepts. Thanks to its far-ranging technology curricula, a conference designed to empower attendees with basic cryptocurrency knowledge is a natural match.

What can those who come to the conference expect? The day’s schedule includes fundamentals like the technology behind the blockchain and the philosophical basis of cryptocurrency. Attendees will also get a chance to delve into the open-source protocol behind the GoldCoin system and learn about nascent digital opportunities that could strengthen the West African region. Considering the fact that the local student body has already expressed a clear interest in all things tech by enrolling at TaTu, audiences are certain to prove receptive.


Participants who excel in the day’s introductory modules also stand to win prizes including Goldcoins and apparel. This is in line with the conference’s overarching theme of promoting new ways to pursue financial freedom. The organizers note that unlike many financial betterment opportunities, cryptocurrencies like GoldCoin come with extremely low barriers to entry. What better way to let people take charge of how they get involved by getting them started?

Why should someone attend the Goldcoin Regional Conference? According to GoldCoin community member Ibn Adams of Africalab, there’s plenty of good reason to show up at 9:00 A.M. for the Saturday event. “Our primary focus is helping attendees uncover the true philosophy of cryptocurrencies and explore the blockchain,” Adams said. “Although we’re confident that the GoldCoin protocol is definitely going to become more widespread, we want people’s initial introduction to these concepts to be as positive and informative as possible.”

Are you curious about the GoldCoin Regional Conference in Tamale? Connect with Ibn Adams on Twitter @ibnadams2 to find out more about the free event, or learn more about GoldCoin at

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