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Hyperledger Events/Meetups: Things to Consider

The Hyperledger community is growing quickly, including our meetups across the globe. This page serves as a guide for those who are interested in starting a meetup. We’ll work to build this out with the community over time. We strongly encourage and support the community in starting their own Hyperledger branded meetups, but there are a few things that should be considered:

Meetup Organizer(s):

  • Make sure to diversify the vendors/speakers/organizers available
  • Designate 2-3 “admins” or “champions”
  • Be sure to have local/regional owners on the ground and involved in the Community


  • Specify the level: Beginner, intermediate, advanced?
  • Have a focus: Is this for developers, end users, those looking to get started with Hyperledger or some combination?
  • Pick interesting topics: Depending on the answers to the questions above, it could make sense to kick off your first user group meetup around a specific topic of interest, or some challenge that you are currently working on. This will help focus the group – and also generate interest for those in the area to join your group.


  • Choose a platform: we recommend using as a good central hub for user groups and naming it Hyperledger [City].
  • The Hyperledger team can set up an account for you, free of charge, and get it added to our master platform
  • Select a venue: While meetups occasionally take place virtually, we strongly encourage in-person meetups. Often, people are able to host these on premise at their own companies. If not, you can look to local universities, small technical colleges, or college extensions as viable options for meeting space.


  • Please use the approved Hyperledger logo and description:

Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration, hosted by The Linux Foundation, including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and Technology. To learn more, visit:


  • Create a new group listing: Please let the Hyperledger team ( know once you have more details, we can get you listed on the official Hyperledger meetup section of the site. Also, as we talk with the community, and promote socially, we will be able to direct them to your regional user group.
  • Promote on social media: You can promote scheduled meetups through social media and using #Hyperledger hashtag or @Hyperledger.

Please DO NOT:

  • Create meetups without the intention of leading the group. While we love to see interest in spreading Hyperledger around the world, the most successful meetup groups have consistent, local leadership and representation.
  • Use the meetup platform to promote unrelated webinars or events to the meetup community.


  • $12.50 per person, up to $250 max for your 1st meetup. You can make requests for future funding, but it is not guaranteed. Please email

Finally, send us pictures or recaps on how your event went - we love hearing from our community! Is there something missing from this document that we should consider adding to help with creating meetups? Do you have best practices to share? Let us know by getting in touch:

community/meetups.txt · Last modified: 2017/05/02 17:48 by Tracy Kuhrt