Ghana hosts its first Hive meetup in 2023.



The @hive.ghana community has grown tremendously in terms of promoting hive throughout the nation. This has been affected by the numerous promotional activities that occurred in the preceding year. The majority of these events have assisted in bringing many new users into the hive ecosystem. Hive is working in Ghana and other areas of Africa to guarantee that the ecosystem receives the attention it requires. In doing so, we are assuring that hive encourages and empowers people all throughout the globe.

To that end, the hive Ghana community, coordinated by @mcsamm and @collinz, has agreed to launch a course to get things moving. This came following a meeting conducted by the community on Telegram at the end of the previous year. The session drew a large number of hive ghana members who were eager to share their thoughts for improving the community.

We are thrilled to inform the global hive ecosystem about our next hive event in Ghana. It is said to have been the first official gathering to assemble all hivers in Ghana under one roof. We feel that teamwork has given birth to this choice by the whole community. All participants' efforts have contributed to guarantee that this special event achieves the desired result.


HiveGhana meetup

The HiveGhana meetup is currently scheduled for Saturday, January 28th, 2023, at two separate locations. Because the meetup is expected to help it connect many students at universities and colleges, it is being held at two prominent institutions in Ghana. The agreed-upon venues for the hive Ghana meeting are the University of Development Studies (UDS) in Tamale and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(Kumasi).

That being said, we are dedicated to presenting the foundations of web3 to the students and staff at these institutions. We think that this will allow us to disseminate hive across the areas where these universities are located. Our advertising efforts are beneficial in inviting individuals who are eager to master new abilities and delve further into web3 technology. Universities seem to be an ideal target audience since most students are eager to learn such abilities.



The HiveGhana community has made enough arrangements to guarantee that these locations are ready to accommodate this promotional event for a successful meeting. Thank you to @depressedfuckup, @nattybongo, @med, and @awuahbenjamin for facilitating the preparations and planning at these locations to assure the success of our meeting. The whole HiveGhana community has also contributed significantly to this achievement. @anaman,@yawgh,@rubilu,@jimah1k,@yahuzah,@smariam,@nhaji01,@gunu1,@tiyumtaba,@abdul01,@shamsudeen13,@fredkese.

Furthermore, 50 hive shirts have been successfully printed and will be freely given to all members of the community who have shown an interest in attending the forthcoming event. 250 flyers and stickers have also been created to be distributed to students and anyone within our reach. Furthermore, hive-branded books are being prepared to assist share with students and the many individuals we want to reach with hive.

Each of these is promotional material being prepared for the planned meeting in Ghana this weekend. We are writing to inform you that the various halls and places for the gatherings have been reserved for our use. With the preparations completed so far, we are excited to share hive and web3 with the people of Ghana, particularly students at the selected Ghanaian universities, and reunite ourselves as a uniformed community for the great course.





 Printed materials for the HiveGhana meetup


We encourage all members of the HiveGhana community to continue their efforts to make this historic. Because there is so much more to be done with hive in Ghana, this event is encouraging everyone to attend in order to enhance lives by promoting the hive ecosystem.

Event: HiveGhana meetup
Date : 28th January 2023
Venue: KNUST(Kumasi) & UDS(Tamale), Ghana.
Purpose: Uniting Ghanaians to spread web3 and hive.


Composed and reported by @mcsamm

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