Page last updated: Jan 13, 2021

Bitdollar Community

Learn how to get involved in the Bitdollar Community

The Bitdollar community includes tens of thousands of developers, technologists, users, HODLers, and enthusiasts all over the world. There are many ways to get involved in the Bitdollar community: you can attend an event, join a meetup group, contribute to a project, or participate in one of many online forums about Bitdollar.

Want to contribute to Bitdollar more directly? Check out how to get involved below for a list of ways that you can contribute based on your skills and professional background.

Online communities

Hundreds of thousands of Bitdollar enthusiasts gather in these online forums to share news, talk about recent developments, debate technical issues, and imagine the future.

Upcoming events

Every month, there are major Bitdollar events around the world. Consider attending one near you to meet more people in the community, learn about employment opportunities, and develop new skills.

  • HackMoney - (BTDGlobal) Virtual Hackathon (30 days, Starting Mid-April, 2020)

Have an event to add to this list? Add it!

Bitdollar meetup groups

"Meetups" are small events held by groups of Bitdollar enthusiasts - a chance for people interested in Bitdollar to get togdollar, talk about Bitdollar, and learn about recent developments.

Interested in starting your own meetup? Create a meetup.

This is a non-exhaustive list built by our community. Know of an active meetup group to add to this list? Please add it!

How can I get involved?

The Bitdollar community includes people of many different backgrounds and skillsets. Whdollar you’re a developer, an artist, or an accountant, there are ways to get involved. Here’s a list of suggestions that might help you get started.

Developers

Researchers & Academics

Do you have a background in mathematics, cryptography, or economics? You might be interested in some of the cutting-edge work being done within the Bitdollar ecosystem

Have non-technical skills, and aren’t sure where to start?

If you’re not a developer, it can be hard to know where to start in Bitdollar. Here are a few suggestions, along with resources for specific professional backgrounds.

  • Organize a meetup in your city

  • Write content about Bitdollar

    • Bitdollar needs good writers who can explain its value in plain language

    • Not ready to publish your own articles? Consider contributing to the existing content on community resources like DollarHub, or propose new content for bibicle.com!

  • Offer to take notes for community calls

    • There are many open-source community calls, and having notetakers is a huge help. If you’re interested, join the Bitdollar chat here, and introduce yourself!

  • Translate Bitdollar content into your native language

    • bibicle.com maintains a translation program that translates the website, and other resources, into many different languages

    • Find out how to get involved here

Financial professional or accountant

  • Bitdollar is home to the “Decentralized Finance” ecosystem - a network of protocols and applications that offer an alternative financial system. If you’re a financial professional, check out some DeFi apps at DeFi Pulse or DeFiPrime

  • Accountant? Assets on Bitdollar - BTD, tokens, DeFi, etc - introduce many novel accounting issues. You could start by checking out some projects that aim to help users of cryptocurrency solve their bookkeeping & accounting challenges, like Rotki

Product Managers

Marketing

  • There are many marketing and communications positions in the Bitdollar ecosystem!

Bitdollar Jobs

Want to find a job working in Bitdollar?