What is it?
Meet the 'gm' Web3 people in a good morning.
0xBreakfast where web3 doers & believers can meet each other in a totally informal setting.
The key is a regular place and a regular time - it's not important who comes along, some days it might be no one - just that people know if they want to meet, this is the time and this is the place.
We want to create some density for people -- a few places where web3 people know they can meet or bump into others.
Something that can be replicated anywhere else at little or no cost -- though we do want to build a list of all the places (Notion page to come) where web3 folks can meet and know people might be around for them to talk with.
Where and when is it?
The first one will be held every first Thursday of the month from 8 am to 10 am. The first one will be in Bengaluru on 2nd June 2022, you can RSVP here. 👈We curate the audience.
0xBreakfast may change its location from time to time or be fixed, it all depends on the city chapter.
Breakfast is DIY :) This is the only way we can standardize all 0xBreakfast across cities and let it attract quality folks for conversation. There may be exceptions such as one 0xBreakfgast local city chapter could get their own sponsorship.
Want to start 0xBreakfast in your city?
You are most welcome to connect.
If you're a web3 builder/founder, investor or believer, join me in co-hosting the 0xBreakfast Club location -- please let me know, so we can manage and work together.
Web3 Developers, Builders, Founders, Leaders and anyone who believes (s)he wants to start in Web3. This is not about meeting me (or anyone else in particular); hopefully it's about giving people focused times and places where they can hang out and connect with others -- not locked inside an office or at a private members club.
Well, one of the things I've heard repeatedly is:
1. making web3 mainstream to help builders, founders and investors
2. web3 folks need regular physical space to meet, not just with each other but also to network with believers.
I totally agree with point 1-- we all get an enormous amount from informal contact.
What I don't agree with is the idea that the space should be permanent, owned or closed (private office or members club) -- I should be able to go to cities all over the world and know which places (and at what times) I'm most likely to meet other web3 folks.
There are thousands of public places to meet for breakfast. That's 0xBreakast for Web3.
How many join 0xBreakfast in a city?
We will keep it curated to ensure high-quality folks interested in the technology & economics of Web3. Around 50 participants in every city.
Thanks to 100+ folks who said yes on social media, private chat and forums when I proposed the idea. Plus Foundership community and my partner Bimlesh for encouraging me to get it started!
Want to Sponsor the 0xBreakfast series?
We can discuss. Send me an email (we at foundershiphq dot com) or just a tweet/ DM. Thanks!
0xBreakfast initiative is inspired by Saul Klein's Open Coffee Club. And this announcement blog post is also copied from Saul's first blog post announcing Open Coffee Club.