Berlin’s Full Node wants to be Europe’s largest blockchain coworking space

Blockchain technology's increasing capabilities and potential are spurring a new wave of innovation and as it continues to attract greater interest, various regions are jostling to position themselves as "the key hub for the growing ecosystem of blockchain startups," writes Chris O'Brien. Berlin is already home to a number of high-profile blockchain startups. Now, a new joint project aims to strengthen the blockchain community by bringing together crypto-enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, blockchain startups, and freelancers to share information, exchange ideas, and work together in a new blockchain coworking space. In this article, O'Brien shares Full Node's story and how the founders want to help Berlin become the crypto capital of Europe.

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